After the injury to Troy Polamalu against the Tennessee Titans in Week One of the regular season, the Steelers suffered an identity crisis. Sure, for the first three quarters of the game, they played like the Steelers. We did not see the elaborate blitz packages, but they still shut down the run. Then in the fourth quarters of game, something happened. The Steelers stopped playing like the Steelers. In Chicago, the Steelers took the lead into the fourth quarter, only to have Jay Cutler throw a touchdown pass with less than :30 seconds left in the game for the Bears victory. The following week in Cincinnati, Carson Palmer did the same thing. When the Steelers played the Chargers in Week Four, the Steelers led by 20 points, before almost blowing the large lead at the end. And even the Detroi ...
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