ARLINGTON, Texas — The Steelers went on a 12-play drive and only got three points. To me, that isn’t good. You have to come up with more than three points.
Two things happened in that drive. For starters, Ben Roethlisberger demonstrated an eagerness to run to move the chains.
The second, there were five really good open-field tackles by the Packers. If they don’t make those plays, there was a big gain coming for the Steelers. The best player in that drive was CB Tramon Williams. Two open field tackles and two passes defensed. Those were big.
In that last series, when the Steelers were in their three-wide package, they were showing trips. TE Heath Miller was on the same side as Charles Woodson so he could pick him up if he blitzed.
And right now, have we heard from James Harrison yet?