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Old 09-28-2008, 09:37 PM   #4
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Default Re: Steelers should win in a defensive battle

Two things I'll be looking for tomorrow night:

1. Is our run defense as stout as usual without Hampton and Keisel? If it's a close game, I could see that D-line being worn down by a strong and physical ravens O-line in the 4th quarter

2. What tactical changes from last week will we make in the pass game? I'd be SHOCKED if we don't see MAJOR adjustments. I think we'll see a lot of screens, dump offs, designed roll-outs, quick outs, with a couple of home-run swings mixed in. Every yard will be contested, so a big play could make all the difference. I like to think that with Ben, Santo and Hines we are far more capable of making a big play, and they may be vulnerable without Rolle and Landry
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