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Written by Cotter   
December 04, 2011 16:22

If this is what happens when I don't write a preview, I'm never writing another one again.

Last week, there was apparently much crying about how the Steelers only beat the Kansas City Chiefs by 4 points.


Challenge accepted.

A blocked field goal, a punt return touchdown, a (forced and) recovered kickoff fumble, an Ike Taylor pick, Hines Ward over 12,000 career yards receiving, 2 Rashard Mendenhall TDs, 3 James Harrissassin sacks, a 9-3 record, and a partridge in a pear tree.

Sounds like a Pee Wee Herman tequila dance-worthy day to me...

(excellent gif via xmas ape)

So, yeah, there were so many highlights in this game (mostly from the first half), I'd have to actually write a full recap in order to give credit to everyone.

But since we have a date this Thursday night, and I have grand plans to actually write a preview this week, I'm not going to do that.

I will, however, give mad props to Antonio Brown yet again.

2 catches for 67 yards, including some Dancing-with-the-Stars-esque footwork on that 45-yard catch and run...

And, of course, a punt return TD - the Steelers' first (in the regular season) in almost exactly five years.

I don't know about you all, but I'm down with Brown.

Now, we can only hope all of the Browns have a day like Antonio (I'm looking at you, Cleveland, ahem ahem).

And speaking of Cleveland, regardless of what they are doing with Baltimore as I write this, we've got them next on our dance card this Thursday.

Another week, another AFC North match up.

Take a minute and enjoy this win, ladies and gentlemen.

But have a short memory.

9-3, with four games left.

No time to let up on the gas now.

Full speed ahead...

Your thoughts, celebratory woooooos, and love/bromance for these men welcomed in the comments.


Here we go.

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