First, as well as Steeler Nation travels -- every game is a home game for the AFC North juggernaut.
It is also tempting to suggest that Week 2 against the New York Jets will be the biggest home game of the season.
It will be a chance for the Steelers to exact revenge on Tim Tebow for last year's playoff anomaly.
But then you are reminded that regardless of all the hype, Tebow is the second-string quarterback and special teams player.
Tebowmania will not have reached its apex by the second week and he therefore will not have replaced Mark Sanchez.
So let the circus that is the New York Jets come into Heinz Field, we got that.
Realistically the biggest home game will be Week 5 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Although early in the season and fresh off a bye week, this game matters. It matters most because it will be the first real test for the Steelers. The Steelers will enter the game against the Eagles unbeaten at 3-0. They will leave the game 3-1.
Week 1: Sunday night game ...