Back to talk to the tape and coaches film from Sunday’s loss against the Baltimore Ravens. Lot of things went poorly but we’re focusing on something good here. A Pittsburgh Steelers’ run defense that held a Ravens rushing attack – a team that held the lead throughout – to just 50 yards and 1.7 yards per carry. Much improved from where things were the last two games.
We look at several different plays that show alignments, personnel groupings, and some crucial in-game adjustments made by Keith Butler to shut them down.
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