• Steelers keep focus on Giants, not storm

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 31, 2012
    The massive storm brought record flooding and knocked out power to millions throughout the Northeast on Monday night, though even with the cleanup just getting underway the Steelers anticipate there being no changes to Sunday's scheduled 4:25 p.m. kickoff. The NFL told ESPN.com's Dan Graziano that, as of Tuesday, Sunday's game between the Steelers and Giants will be played as scheduled. Mike Tomlin is too preoccupied with finding ways to stop Eli Manning to worry whether the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy will affect Sunday's game in New York against the defending Super Bowl champion Giants. Clark left last week's 27-12 win over Washington after sustaining a concussion in the third quarter while Woodley's right hamstring tightened up late in the game.
    Source: ESPN.com
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