PITTSBURGH (AP) - A season that was supposed to begin in disarray for the Pittsburgh Steelers is instead creating a bit of disbelief around the NFL.
They’re this good, and Ben Roethlisberger isn’t even playing yet?
Rather than creating a major disadvantage for them, the Steelers (3-0) seem to have embraced their quarterback’s four-game suspension as a means of proving they’re about more than a single player, even one as accomplished and as attention-getting as Roethlisberger. Clearly motivated by the chatter that their season might be ruined by the suspension, they’ve handled the adversity and seem to be thriving in it.
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