Week 2 NFL Power Rankings: Arizona Cardinals not at bottom
Big Ben has a big problem in Pittsburgh. Sure, they had to play the defending NFL champion New England Patriots, but still going down 33-3 without much fight should raise a lot of concern in the Steel City.
No more Antonio Brown. No more Leveon Bell. It should be no problem for this team with guys like James Conner, who carried the ball just 10 times for 21-yards on Sunday night or Roethlisberger who threw 27-47-276 yards and an interception.
However here we are. The defense needs to shore up and get things fixed now. They are in a tough division. Baltimore seems very strong and Cleveland, despite their poor opener, should rebound.
The Steelers head home to face the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday in week 2. Again, no one ever claimed life would be easy. Getting the Patriots and Seahawks back to back is a tough proposition for anyone but if the Steelers can’t come out with the win this week, it might be time to sound some alarms.