We were doing a better job. But guys have to understand that you have to be where you’re supposed to be at on every play, otherwise, you’re going to give up those long runs.—Keisel, from his post game press conference.
It was a rought night on all sides of the ball last night as the Steelers lost to the Ravens.
There were some positives though, as Gerry Dulac points out:
Defensive line: After allowing 183 yards rushing and a 6.1-yard average to Cleveland, the defense did a better job in the first half. The Ravens averaged just 2.7 yards per rush and that was with a 13-yard run by Justin Forsett.
Read more on the game HERE.
From Ray Fittipaldo, PPG:
A Steelers contingent visited Walter Reed Army Hospital Wednesday after arriving in Baltimore.
Among those who made the visit were chairman Dan Rooney, team president Art Rooney II, defensive end Brett Keisel, cornerback Ike Taylor, safety Troy Polamalu and tight end Heath Miller.