"Actually they tell punters to move up for new long snappers because they usually undersnap it. Harrison was never told this, so he snapped where a snapper should, but that was too far back. Add to the fact Mitch Berger was hurt so he couldn't jump for the ball, and it's a safety. I'm not excusing Harrison, but long snapping is a hard job and it's not entirely his fault."
I read this on another forum and though I'd throw it out there and see what all you guys thought, as we're a pretty well-educated group. And also, since in the last few hours I've heard every conspiracy theory under the sun (although this is about football, not politics), I thought I'd throw this one out there for us to contemplate:
So many Steelers are getting 'injured' so that we can sign more people because Dan Rooney is feeling generous and wants to give out a lot of Super Bowl rings.