NFL Power Rankings Wrap-up: Pittsburgh Steelers Week 11
Nov 9, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller (83) runs with the ball after catching a pass during the second half at MetLife Stadium. The Jets defeated the Steelers 20-13. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports
"Ben Roethlisberger was 17-of-26 for 206 yards and two interceptions Sunday targeting wide receivers before his 80-yard touchdown pass to Martavis Bryant on his last attempt of the game. – ESPN.com (Ranked #14)"
Dropping them seven spots seems pretty harsh, but it tells me that 7 was probably a little high to begin with. So here we are, basically right where they started at the beginning of the season. No one has any clue what team you are going to see each week.
"A dud delivered by the hottest team of the prior two weeks. What else can you say? Nothing clicked at the right time for the Steelers in New Jersey. Pittsburgh fans should not panic, however, as sometimes these kinds of games just happen — guys run the wrong routes, the QB is slightly off and 10 guys on defense play well — but the one who doesn’t gets targeted by the opposing quarterback. How else do you explain Michael Vick posting a passer rating well north of 100? Still think the Steelers will win the AFC North. – Elliott Harrison (NFL.com, Ranked #12)"
This was the perfect storm of dumb stuff. When’s the last time Antonio Brown fumbled twice in one game? Never. That’s when.