and yet another example-
» Hines Ward may no longer be a No. 1 receiver, but two plays Sunday showed his value to the Steelers.
On the team's first touchdown drive, he locked up Seattle safety Earl Thomas and drove him to the side. That opened a gaping hole and resulted in a 9-yard run by Rashard Mendenhall.
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hines ward makes these types of plays in every game. i think hes so taken for granted by fans more interested with fantasy stats that it often goes over looked.