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There's the Pittsburgh secondary that couldn't stop people from running out of an old folks home and then there is Ryan Clark. In a lost season for the defense, Clark has been consistently good. He's playing within the rules, too, and helping this team win.
He nearly came away with an interception, which might have helped Pittsburgh get into the win column, and he made play after play while the rest of the secondary seemed to take the night off.
I'll excuse Cortez Allen from that for a couple of good plays, but Ike Taylor, Keenan Lewis and the strong safeties were awful.
Clark is covering more ground than ever and looks much younger than a guy who's actually in his early 30s. It's very impressive and hopefully this is the season where Clark gets some consideration for a Pro Bowl bid.