Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday September 17th
The ESPN NFL Blog Network team evaluated all team stadiums, rating each from five wows to zero wows. Heinz Field was one of four stadiums to get the highest rating.
Bears tight end Desmond Clark is out this week against the Steelers with a cracked rib as too are linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa (right knee) and cornerback Trumaine McBride (right knee). The Bears will be relying heavily on second year tight end Greg Olsen.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison dismissed Titans tight end Bo Scaife complaint about a dirty low tackle. Harrison makes a great point saying, “If I hit high, I get fined. If I hit him low, I keep money in my pocket.” Harrison was not fined for the hit that I broke down here.
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I am not a big fan of Titans quarterback Vince Young, but hopefully this is a start in growing up. Young surprised Steve McNair\’s sons on Wednesday by showing up at their house and taking them to their school\’s “Dear Dads Breakfast” at a local restaurant.
A lawyer for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has formally asked a Nevada court to sanction the attorney representing the woman who has accused Roethlisberger of raping her. It is great to see his lawyers earning their keep as this should be coming to an end soon.
NFL Network anaylist Mike Mayock breaks down why Ben Roethlisberger is so effective in the pocket. Mayock shows how Ben manipulates safeties and linebackers.