Antonio Brown vs. Keenan Lewis, Obey the Defense, Thankful
The Pittsburgh Steelers return to action this week following their bye to head down the home stretch of the season in hopefully winning fashion. While they’re preparing to face the New Orleans Saints at home we’re busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Thursday, Nov. 27th.
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Brown vs. Lewis
Antonio Brown draws the coverage from the opposing teams’ best corner routinely. And, routinely, Antonio Brown has been able to make dynamic play after dynamic play. As ESPN’s Scott Brown reminds us, this weekend Antonio Brown will be going up against a familiar foe in former teammate Keenan Lewis. Antonio Brown is looking forward to the matchup.
"“I’m looking forward to seeing him again and getting the opportunity to compete against him. He’s playing on the line and has been really good down the field, combative with his hands.” – Antonio Brown"
Big play Gay
William Gay has been making some big plays for the Steelers defense so far this season. Mike Prisuta asked him what he attributes his ability to make those plays to and he answered by saying he simply obeys the defense he’s instructed on.
"“Obey our defense. Obey Coach LeBeau. Obey what Coach Lake teaches on the practice field and just play within that.” – William Gay"
The Steelers defense should be looking to make more big plays down the stretch, whether it is creating turnovers or sacks, if they want to rise to the top of the AFC North.
What are you thankful for?
On this very lovely holiday of Thanksgiving, many people share what they’re most thankful for. Dejan Kovacevic of DK on Pittsburgh Sports explains in part that he’s thankful for Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, and Le’Veon Bell of the Steelers. He states that each of them can currently legitimately claim at least a case for being the very best at their positions in the NFL. Good thing to be thankful for. I’m thankful for family, football and good food.
What are you thankful for, Steeler Nation?