Pittsburgh Steelers: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Week One

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Pittsburgh Steelers: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Week One
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The Pittsburgh Steelers kicked off their season this afternoon against the Atlanta Falcons, and showed the resiliency of a team that might just survive the adversity facing them starting the 2010 season.

While the Steelers certainly didn’t turn any heads with their 15-9 performance in Week 1, there was no doubt they came to Heinz Field with a new sense of team unity that was simply not there in 2009.

With all of the chaos surrounding the Steelers during the offseason, Week 1 is a welcome sight for Steelers fans. Some things were good, some bad, and there were certainly some ugly things, but overall, the Steelers came out without Ben Roethlisberger 1-0.

Here are the top things, good, bad, and ugly, after a game that should be considered a battle won. 

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