• Secondary a primary issue for Steelers in loss to Patriots

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 3, 2013
    The Steelers' usually stingy secondary was fourth best in the NFL in allowing completions longer than 20 yards. The Patriots' 55 points were the most against the Steelers in franchise history. So were their 610 yards. Yet, despite spotting the Patriots a two-touchdown lead, Polamalu ignited a Steelers' flurry when he stripped the ball from running back Stevan Ridley on New England's first possession in the second half. But they surrendered seven passes of more than 20 yards to Brady's supposedly gimpy receiving corps including tight end Rob Gronkowski and receiver Danny Amendola, who had catches for 34 and 57 yards. “We gave them everything. It's official.
    • Ron Cook: No more to see here, this Steelers season is over

      FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- It's official. It's hockey season in Pittsburgh. The Steelers are no longer relevant, at least not as a playoff contender or even a potentially decent team. The good news is the Penguins are off to an 11-4 start and are running away…

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