Found September 21, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
By Alex Kozora Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. CLICK ON ANY PICTURE TO ENLARGE First Half - Opening KR coverage. Front five: Kion Wilson, Terence Garvin, Chris Carter, Shamarko Thomas, and Jarvis Jones. David Paulson and Michael Palmer the next two with Al Woods and Cam Heyward forming the wedge. Isaac Redman the upback with Felix Jones the kick returner. - Picture of Redman taking a shot to the head on the opening kickoff that forced him to miss time. - Opened game in 11 personnel with Paulson starting over David Johnson. Jerricho Cotchery in the slot. - The Steelers’ screwed up on their very first run of the game. Power O with the backside guard (Ramon Foster) ad TE Paulson pulling. Both double DE Carlos Dunlap, slanting in with Vontaze Burfict scraping over the top. Burfict unblocked and makes the tackle. Would only be fair to point out Dunlap slanting does disrupt Paulson’s path but still, not what you want to see. - Thomas, Antwo...
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