Maybe Pittsburgh’s defense isn’t done, at least not on Sunday as they suffocated Seattle’s offense.
Pittsburgh shut out the Seahawks on Sunday, holding them to only 164 total yards with much of them coming in the fourth quarter when the defense was sitting back.
Pittsburgh ran the ball effectively in the first half and Ben Roethlisberger was efficient, but most importantly, they did not turn the ball over.
Part of the reason was Bruce Arians allowed for outlets to the backs, which Roethlisberger used effectively.
The win was exactly what the Steelers needed after last week’s debacle and gives them some momentum as they head into Indianapolis next week.