All raise a Terrible Towel for Brother Aaron, and join The Church in honoring his legacy. Words cannot accurately describe the contributions of the man who is aptly described as "underrated" most of his career.
Today, we begin to see the future direction of the Pittsburgh Steelers. No Aaron Smith, no James Harrison, no Chris Hoke. We've seen these three players in some combination on the field for every glorious Sunday for 10 years.
- We do not fear change; we embrace it as an opportunity to create a new legacy
- The Arizona Cardinals believe the "Steelers Of Old" are gone, and they're going to run the ball frequently.
- Brother Mike Wallace is likely already drooling over what could be, statistically, a monster game
- That loss in 2007 still rings in the heads of many of Church-goers. Some memories do not die.
May the Ghosts of Steelers players - both a part of our team and on the other side - help ease the transition from old to new.
May Brother Ike stable the Thoroughbred in Red, otherwise known as "Larry Fitzgerald."
May all the Steelers fans invading Steelers West Stadium bring the heat from outside and eliminate any alleged home field advantage for our gracious hosts.
May The Experimental OLB Version of Brother Lawrence end peacefully today, and he be allowed to return to his rightful place on the inside.
May Brother Ben control his powerful arm, and get passes down the field with laser-precision. Brother Mike is hungry, and he eats 20+ yards down the field.