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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Will too many off field distractions result in post Super Bowl let down for Pittsburgh? Not likely.

Pitt was the hottest team at the end of last season, winning it's last 8 games. They won with a great QB and momentum. It is easy to subscribe to the notion that any positive momentum in

Pitt has been eroded by Big Ben's consecutive off field injuries which vault Charlie Batch into the spotlight at the offensive helm. Charlie Batch, folks. Charlie Batch.

However, Heinz Stadium is one of the toughest stadiums for a road team. If the Steelers defense doesn't put points on the board, I don't like their chances. But I think the Steelers D will score as well as give Batch a short field. And Ward is good enough to make any QB look good in a short field scenario. I haven't forgotten that Miami finished it's season with 6 straight wins. There is no uncertainty in the backfield and Chris Chambers finally has a first rate QB throwing to him. The diversified offensive threat that Miami poses makes this a tough pick. But you have to go with coaching, big game experience, defense and home field advantage in this pick-em.

Pittsburgh in the pick-em. (Bonus Pick)


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