…and can we talk Steelers football? Is that alright? I guess you could say the game shouldn’t have been a nail biter the way the Steelers dominated the Broncos from the opening kickoff but Denver was 3-1 before kickoff.. Yeah you could say the Broncos got to 3 and 1 by beating bad teams but weren’t the Steelers being lumped into that bad team category too? Despite the Steelers being 1 and 3, I couldn’t believe the Yinzer’s last week saying the season was over. It was time to start looking to next springs draft. Rooting for them to lose out and to start thinking of the team’s long term future. Didn’t this Steelers team kick off last season winning 11 straight before hitting the skids? Could it be the Steelers are just turning that scenario around with their slow start? Wouldn’t you rather have a strong finish? All I’m saying it’s too early to throw in the towel. Next Sunday night the Steelers play host to the Seahawks who aren’t exactly lighting the NFL world on fire. Pittsburgh is in real good position to enter the bye week at 3 and 3 and take the time to heal because man they got banged up again. Big Ben can add fingers to his, pectoral, knee, hip and elbow injuries. Rookie running back Najee Harris was again unstoppable in getting his 1st 100 yard plus game but developed a limp and was a spectator at the end of the game while linebacker Devon Bush left the game with a leg injury. This is after being sidelined with a groin injury and after missing last season with an ACL The offensive line actually looked like were figuring this blocking thing out and just might actually start to improve as the season progresses, you know finish strong unlike last year. It can only benefit the Steelers’ defense that except for the 4th quarter weren’t on the field for an extended period of time and came up big in the end when James Pierre sealed the deal with an interception in the end zone giving the Steelers offense a chance to use the victory formation. So yeah, it shouldn’t have been a nail biter but I guess that’s what you would call growing pains.