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Polamalu makes his presence felt

After missing four games with a knee sprain suffered during a stellar Week One performance against the Titans, Steelers All-Pro safety Troy Polamalu has picked up where he left off, picking off a pass in the first half of his first game back.

The interception came not against Browns starting quarterback Derek Anderson nor backup Brady Quinn but receiver and former college quarterback Josh Cribbs, who has been used extensively in the Wildcat formation in the early going.

Cribbs has three carries for 30 yards and he has completed the same number of passes as Anderson:  one.  Cribbs however has thrown only three — Anderson has taken to the air eight times.

The Steelers lead Cleveland at home, 7-0.

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5 Responses to “Polamalu makes his presence felt”
  1. slipkid says: Oct 18, 2009 2:09 PM

    14-0

  2. ProfessorEmmitt says: Oct 18, 2009 2:09 PM

    “Ben Roethlisbergers were gettin pressured!”

  3. slipkid says: Oct 18, 2009 2:09 PM

    14-7

  4. JckVncenz says: Oct 18, 2009 2:37 PM

    Anderson has successfully completed 4 passes in the last game and a half…say what you will about Quinn’s inability to stretch the field, but if you don’t have receivers to stretch the field…don’t you at least want an accurate quarterback in the game?

  5. LeatherBalls says: Oct 19, 2009 11:27 AM

    Once again, some fool (who probably didn’t watch the game) is taking shots at D.A. Check the stats, guy – the Browns receivers dropped at least 6 balls yesterday.

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