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Statement made! You could not even tell Big Ben was hurt in this ball game.  In an impressive turn of events, along with a plethora of injuries, the Steelers dominated the Titans on Sunday.
Ben Roethlisberger returned to form throwing for 223 yards and five touchdown passes.  Hines Ward caught two touchdown passes, and deep threat Mike Wallace scored on a forty yard pass and catch.
Rookie Jonathan Dwyer, filling in for a beat up Rashard Mendenhall, helped the cause rushing for 107 yards.
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