Unsung Heroes of Pittsburgh Steelers'...

Unsung Heroes of Pittsburgh Steelers' 2012 Season

There are 1 comment on the BleacherReport story from Dec 10, 2012, titled Unsung Heroes of Pittsburgh Steelers' 2012 Season. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Through a trying campaign that currently has the Pittsburgh Steelers at 7-6, there have been a handful of players who don't get headlines but consistently get the job done.

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John Polvere

Melbourne, Australia

#1 Dec 11, 2012
Yes it is dissapointing when these guys put up a good show week in week out .Overall the results dont come your way.To me this is a frustrating season as a steeler fan.In reality maybe the offensive line is still to improve under Todd Haleys playboo.It takes time to impliment the new schemes and for all the players to learn them.The steelers are going through a transitional pfase one might say aswell.With stars like ward farrior and co moving on. You dont replace talent like that overnight.Those guys help win alot of games for the steelers.Like any other business you will always get your ups and downs.Agreat festive season to all steeler fans ans players and coaches.

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