Found October 11, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
The Pittsburgh Steelers will try and win consecutive games for the first time this season when they travel to Tennessee to take on the Titans Thursday night. According to the Week Six NFL odds, the Steelers are favored by 5.5 points with the over/under listed at 42.5.Pittsburgh was boosted in their 16-14 win over the Eagles last week with the return of key contributors on both sides of the ball. Linebacker James Harrison harassed Michael Vick, while running back. Rashard Mendenhall showed himself to be recovered from a torn ACL suffered at the end of last season.The injury news wasn’t all good, as the Steelers will be without safety Troy Polamalu after he re-injured his calf against the Eagles. Linebacker Lamarr Woodley is also out because of a hamstring injury.With Mendenhall and Harrison back, the Steelers could be poised to go on a run and the Titans could prove the perfect foil. Mendenhall was used judiciously against the Eagles, but the production was there. He averaged 5.8 yar...
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