Found December 07, 2013 on SteelerAddicts:
Can the Pittsburgh Steelers stop Mike Wallace Sunday when he returns to Heinz Field as a Miami Dolphin? If Ike Taylor continues to struggle, the speed that burned Steelers opponents from 2009 to 2012 could burn the Steelers in a game they must win to have any realistic chance of making the playoffs. Taylor might get a little help covering Wallace, however. And we’re not just talking about safety help. We’re talking about help from Mother Nature. According to NFLweather.com, snow is expected for Sunday’s game. A slippery field might slow down Wallace a little. If it does snow, it wouldn’t be the first time the Dolphins and Steelers have played each other against a backdrop of extreme weather. Ben Roethlisberger’s first career start came in the wake of Hurricane Jeanne at Miami in 2004. According to a story in The New York Times, the storm knocked out the power in the Steelers’ hotel the night before the game. Unable to watch TV in their rooms, Steelers players gathered in the hallwa...
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