Before everyone tells me to "shut the hell up", let me say this. I know the Steelers got worked last night but lets keep a few things in mind. First, with Ryan Clark being out, the Steelers had to rely on Ryan "Never show on Sunday" Mundy. This caused Troy to play a lot of "Straight-up" defense and stay deep in coverage (no smoke and no mirrors). The few times Troy moved around, which was late in the game, this caused Peyton to spend time adjusting to where Troy was. Peyton had the benefit of having a lot of time at the line of scrimmage because he knew where Troy was most of the time. I think I even remember Peyton calling time out because when we finally started moving Troy around. Next, without James Harrison, the Broncos didn't have to worry much about double team issues (they just had to worry about Woodley). Now I was a little concerned about the complete absense of D-Line and the bad tackling of Allen and Lewis. I assume these problems will fix themselves. Overall, the O-line did a fairly decent job protecting Ben, until that final drive. That final drive got out of control. OK but here is my gripe...When will this Bronco-Tim Tebow sh*t end. They showed the Demaryious Thomas touchdown all last week and this week--who do we have? The Jets, so guess what--our last three games have been Tebow, Tebow, Tebow. I swear, if I ever meet Roger Goddell in person, I'm gonna punch him in the face! Moving along...two more things. This Peyton experiment is definitely gonna prep the steelers for Baltimore, because it looks like they are running the no-huddle as well, so we should be better prepared. Also, the last two times the Steelers lost to a Peyton Manning team, we went to the Superbowl. So stay the course Steeler Nation, the Steelers will have some say in who gets to the big dance. I think we're still Super Bowl bound. Besides, nobody really thought we were gonna go 16-0 aways.