The rats are going to attack early and often, I wouldnt be surprised to see a lot of no huddle as someone else had mentioned. The Steelers should stick to controlling the ball, something they've been good at this year and if the Ravens sell out to stop the run, Lefty must be able to make them pay, and I think he will. The weakness of the rat's defense encourages me but the strength of the rat's offense has me a little uneasy. Fucco, as much as I can't stand him, has been playing the Steelers well recently. Man, I wish Woodley and Harrison would wake up, but I've seen no indication that they willl suddenly come alive and pressure consistently. I do think the Steelers will be ready though, sometimes when a major player goes down, the team will rally around that and bring their play up to a higher level. They will play disciplined, inspired football and the weather will be decent, so the fans should really be bringing the emotional intensity to the forefront. I'm cautiously optimistic.
The title of this thread is a key here. The Steelers defense needs to dictate this game by finally getting some pressure on the qb and making him adjust. Not us adjust to them. Definitely pay a whole lot of attention to Rice but LeBeau should have a pep talk with the OLBers and remind them what a factor they can be, hit this jackwad at every opportunity.
Have Terrible Towel, Will Travel.
This might help:
Rated 6th in the NFL at pass rushing productivity.
I hope Woodley has a good game too...Not sure about harrison, looks like he is not @ 100% at this point. I'll be happy if Woodley and Timmons play well though.
"HAIL TO PITT"
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