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Steelers Cool Down The Jets Engine -

The Pittsburgh Steelers handled the New York Jets in dominating fashion this afternoon, winning by the score of 27-10.

An interesting sidenote is the quiet success of wide receiver Mike Wallace, who missed nearly every single day of training camp and preseason. While history shows decline for players who miss such time, it hasn’t slowed Wallace down one bit. He’s had a touchdown in both games so far this season. His stock is quickly rising.

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