A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.
– Mike Wallace was targeted on just 100 passes this season (39th in the NFL) and still managed to finish with the fifth most receiving yards in the NFL. Impressive. This is from last week, but here’s an article I wrote about him over at FanHouse talking about how he has become the best big-play wide receiver in the NFL. [Me At FanHouse]
– Once again on top of the AFC North. [One For The Other Thumb]
– 10 thoughts on Steelers vs. Browns. [Mondesi's House]
– And for your random YouTube of the day: This play sums up everything about the 2010 Browns. Antwaan Randle El falls down, gets back up, Ben Roethlisberger points to Hines Ward standing in the back of the end zone, Randle El throws it to him. It’s almost as if the Steelers were making it up as they went along. For his career, Randle El now has a regular season passing line of 22 for 27, 323 yards, 6 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. That’s a passer rating of 156.1. I know a lot of people questioned his spot on the team and what purpose he serves, but I remain a huge Randle El fan, even though his game has slipped from his first stint with the Steelers. He’s had such a unique career and has been such a versatile weapon in so many different areas. The ultimate slash.