Casey Hampton can hear the chant. It never fails.
Regardless of the venue. Regardless of the weather. Regardless of the circumstances. Preseason or the Super Bowl. Heinz Field or Houston.
If the Pittsburgh Steelers are leading late in the fourth quarter, the sound of ''Here We Go Steelers, Here We Go!'' while thousands of Terrible Towels twirl will reverberate inside the veteran nose tackle's helmet.
''Our fans are going to stay until the end,'' said Hampton, who has watched the phenomenon since his rookie year in 2001. ''They're going to ride with us. A lot of times, especially when you're winning at the end, when the home fans clear out they'll still be there doing their thing.''
It happened Sunday in New York during Pittsburgh's 24-20 victory over the defending Super Bowl-champion Giants. At a stadium typically swathed in blue, the roar for the Steelers grew so loud at one point quarterback Ben Roethlisberger actually had to put his hands up to ask for quiet.
Coach Mike Toml...