PITTSBURGH (AP) Ask any of the people involved in the current - and at the moment only - drama surrounding the surging Pittsburgh Steelers about who should be the starting running back and you'll get a variety of answers. None of them definitive.
Jonathan Dwyer, whose 299 rushing yards lead the team, thinks the job belongs to injured Rashard Mendenhall, whenever Mendenhall's strained right Achilles heals.
Isaac Redman thinks it should be the "hot hand," which at the moment would be his after running for a career-high 147 yards in last week's season-defining triumph against the New York Giants.
Mendenhall, who has carried the ball just 19 times in the past 10 months after tearing the ACL in his right knee on New Year's Day, thinks the decision is out of his hands and would prefer to focus on his health.
Even the guy actually in charge of the depth chart is noncommittal.
"Whoever's being productive when healthy is going to get the totes," coach Mike Tomlin said. "I really think i...