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Overall Position Grade: A
Like the quarterbacks, the Steelers' receivers looked in midseason form on Thursday night. There were even some surprising performances from this area.
Jerricho Cotchery, in his first game action with Pittsburgh, looked like he'd been around forever and seems to be trying to lock up the fourth receiver spot. His work could push Friday's other surprising veteran performer, Arnaz Battle, off the roster. Both guys looked great and played throughout the game with success.
Tyler Grisham continues to look tough and, although he's a long shot to make the team, is turning some heads with his work. The same goes for tall Wes Lyons, who looks like a developing weapon that the team might be wise to hang on to.
The starters and tight ends didn't do much, but they also didn't spend a ton of time on the field. Hines Ward, Anthony Brown and Cotchery caught touchdowns for the Steelers.