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BILL NEAL

:10—I’m not at the game. The game is in Buffalo. I’m not going to Buffalo. It’s cold and snowing in Buffalo. That Buffalo cold and snow is way different than this Pittsburgh cold and snow. Anyway, I’m at my spot and you’re on a need to know basis where that is. When I need ya to know, I’ll tell ya! But I am warm. Hoorah!

:09—Bitter with the sweet. Good and evil. Rough and tough. Joy and pain (That one’s Frankie Beverly…just makin’ sure you’re paying attention.) Call it what you want, but that’s what your Pittsburgh Steelers have to continue to get back to. They’re on the way and thanks in part to the return of James “Silverback” Harrison to the starting line-up. Enough of the platooning, let’s deliver that shock and awe!!!

:08—Speaking of delivering the pain, and I’m sure what I’m about to say has been said a thousand times over, or maybe not, but if I’m the Steeler offensive coach, I’d incorporate a weekly dose of Mike Webster, John Kolb, Larry Brown, Sam Davis, Moon Mullen and Randy Grossman into the daily Steelers diet. Hey, however they got four rings…let’s do that.

:07—Hats off to “Braddock Roy,” he who doubles as an “administrative aid” to the President of the “Know It All Club” Eddie Jefferies. He picked up my fumble and saved a possible turnover. Yes, I forgot to put Sweetness in last week’s top running backs of all time. So plant Walter Payton firmly in at #3 behind the great Jim Brown and Gayle Sayers and take out whoever you want. What can I say. I’ve had concussions!

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