The Steelers defense had a good old time last Sunday. Seven sacks, an interception, booming hits that rattled Browns.
The test is different this Sunday, when the NFL’s big boys come to town. Sam Bradford is no rookie quarterback and, unlike the Browns offense, the Minnesota Vikings have all kinds of talent around him to catch, run and block. They trounced the New Orleans Saints Monday night and are on the oddsmakers’ radar to compete for a Super Bowl berth, which will be played in their home stadium in February.
“No disrespect to Cleveland,” said Steelers cornerback Mike Hilton, “but they’re more explosive.