The Broncos Get Crushed by the Patriots, 45-10, and the Steelers Probably Still Can't Believe What Happened Last Week
Just a little review of yesterday's playoff games, including the, 45-10, pasting of the Denver Broncos at the hands of the New England Patriots. The lopsided game probably makes the Steelers feel a little worse after losing to Denver last Sunday.
Even though the Steelers are out of the playoffs, I will be watching the remainder of the postseason with interest, because I'm still a huge football fan. Also, there will be teams that I'll be rooting for, and some that I'll be rooting against.
Losses like the one the Steelers experienced Sunday night are very hard to take if you're a die-hard fan of the team. Fortunately, there are many sports fans out there who understand what it feels like to be heartbroken after your team loses a game.
A relentless tide of injuries helps to bring down the Steelers.
Broncos top Steelers in dramatic fashion to advance in the AFC Playoffs.
It's way past big speech time, but Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger needs to raise his game today. It's been a disappointing season, not so much in what he's done, but what he hasn't done.
The 2011 Steelers are back in the playoffs, and for some of the vets this is well-known territory. Have a look at the playoff experience of the squad.
The playoff picture is set. Pittsburgh will take on Denver at 4:30 p.m. ET Sunday, Jan. 8.
Lots of injuries in Pittsburgh's 13-9 win over Cleveland in Week 17, but a big milestone and back-to-back 12-win seasons.
How Important is it for the Steelers to Win Division and First Round Bye?