Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Ryan Clark says the sky isn’t falling; it’s just the fans on the bandwagon that are. After Pittsburgh dropped its 2nd straight game, Clark feels fans should believe in a team that has won 6 Super Bowls and that’s enough to say wait until the end of the year before pronouncing the Steelers dead. Injuries have played a major factor, including Ben Roethlisberger who is the leader of the offense and has been sidelined with an injured shoulder/ribs for two weeks. It has been a quarterback carousel, Rashard Mendenhall hasn’t been able to stay healthy, and Todd Haley’s omni potent offense hasn’t had all his weapons on the field at once.

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  • The Steelers will be there in the end. I will always support my team. Key players will be getting back for the playoff stretch. The defense is playing great, the offense has eight turnovers and the defense only gives up twenty points. Plus the the defense will be getting Troy Polamalu back for the stretch run as well. I do not care if it was Cleveland. Cleveland is better than what their record indicates. Once this team gets healthy for the stretch run the bandwagons can hop back on the wagon.
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