OK, I've watched and re-watched the final play of Sunday's 11-10 win and read and re-read the official explanation of the play and no, the play still doesn't make any sense the way it was called.
That was a touchdown scored by Troy Polamalu at the end of that game.
The final score should have been 18-10.
That won't help anybody who bet on the Steelers. The final score is the final score and that's why gambling is, well, gambling.
© Willie Parker explained he wasn't in the game on fourth-and-goal in the first quarter because the coaching staff didn't want him running any short-yardage plays with a sore shoulder.
That makes sense. But why didn't the coaching staff go to Gary Russell in that situation instead of Mewelde Moore.
Moore has proven that for all the good things he can do, short-yardage running is not one of them.
Parker said after the game that he'll be lobbying for short-yardage runs. But you can bet Russell will be in that mix as well.
© I didn't see any weakness in Ben Roethlisberger's arm, particularly on that ball he zipped in to Hines Ward on third down on the final drive.
He put that ball in the only spot Ward could catch the ball and also threaded it between two defenders. That was a big-time throw.
© If there's a defensive player in the league playing better than James Harrison, I don't know who he is.
© Now you can see why the Steelers went with Mitch Berger instead of Paul Ernster at punter.
Don't be surprised if the team makes another change there soon.
© Why do opponents continue to try to cut block LaMarr Woodley?
Haven't they seen enough of him leaping over players and getting to the quarterback anyway to see that it doesn't work?
© There may not have ever been a game in the NFL in which a team has had 410 yards of offense, no turnovers and failed to score - before Sunday, that is.