Found November 07, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
By SBRForum.com With three wins in a row under their belt, including a hard fought victory against the New York Giants this past Sunday, the Steelers are looking like the team of old.  They have a relatively easy match up this week against the Kansas City Chiefs, but with the point spread at -12.5, the Steelers NFL odds for the week are a little risky. One of the reasons the team has been doing so great as of late is the fact that their defense has finally gotten back into sync.  After two games with over 30 points allowed to the other team at the beginning of the season, the team has gotten back into gear and kept three of their last five opponents under 20 points.  They haven’t been able to get as many turnovers as in previous years, but when injured players like Troy Polomalu come back that should change very quickly. Another thing the team has been doing really well as of late is their offense.  With players like Rashard Mendenhall injured, they have found ways to get the ball ...
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