This was supposed to be a bounce-back season for the Pittsburgh Steelers, a chance to get the bad taste of 2012 out of their mouths. But the bounce is going to be delayed for at least one more week.
The Steelers came out completely flat on offense and lost to the Tennessee Titans in their first loss in a home opener in a decade. The final score was 16-9, but as the sports cliche goes, "the game wasn't as close as the score."
Let's take a look at a few of the takeaways from this opening week loss.
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