It's been a minute since I've created a thread so bear with me. I understand the doom and gloom over the last 2 games. However, may I remind you that the Steelers have started a season far worse with a much more limited (in talent) QB. Save the we had a running game, Merril Hoge although a personal favorite, wouldn't have started for more than half of the teams at the time. We did have a good O-line back then but we invested two draft picks this offseason and have hardly given this O-line time to get their feet wet. We also selected what's thought to be the premier RB in this draft. We have a formidable, if not, dominant Defense this year as we did back then. The year is 1989 and the Steelers have just been beaten 51-0 at home by the Browns, followed by a 41-10 throttling by the Bengals. They came together as a football team and finished 3rd in the division and attained a wildcard spot, eventually beating the Oilers and losing to the Broncos in the divisional round. My point is that regardless how everyone is feeling at the moment, take a deep breath. The season is long, the O-line and RB are new, the QB is old and the Defense is injured. However, weirder things have happened than an O-line coming together, a RB getting his wheels, a Defense getting healthy and a QB getting a second wind in his last season. Hammer away!