NFL: Keys To the Pittsburgh Steelers Getting To the Super Bowl

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

At this point in the regular season, even the healthiest guys are banged up. A quick glance around the NFL will show injury reports that feature half of each team. It's just the reality of a very physically-demanding National Football League.
The 11-4 Pittsburgh Steelers are no different, if not worse off than other teams.
This season, the Steelers have had to play the majority of its season without its second most important defensive player, defensive end Aaron Smith.
The Steelers' most important defensive player, Troy Polamalu, has also been sidelined recently with an Achilles injury that has forced the team to play differently—and less effectively—than it normally would.
To top it all off, Ben Roethlisberger was forced to sit out the team's first four games of the season, due to Emperor Goodell's suspension for what may or may not have happened during the offseason.
Despite all that, all the Pittsburgh Steelers need to do to secure a first round ...

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