As I sit here on my couch at 1 a.m. re-watching the game - I'm sick like that – I'm a little surprised at how well the Steelers offensive line played.
The line is really gashing holes in the Philadelphia defensive front and the running lanes are very big for Willie Parker and Rashard Mendenhall.
© With Charlie Batch out four to six weeks, I'd look for the Steelers to sign Kelly Holcomb. He's worked with Bruce Arians before - in Cleveland - and would be a good short-term fit. If he's so inclined to come in and be a rent-a-QB.
© Daunte Culpepper and Byron Leftwich may be out of reach. They both still want to be starters.
And if they sign with the Steelers for a month and a starting job comes open, they'll be kicking themselves.
© I had to do a double take a couple of times when the Steelers lined up a couple of times in a one-back offense with Carey Davis at running back.
He ran the ball once out of that set and split wide to catch a pass on another occasion.
All that offensive talent on this team and you've got Carey Davis running and catching the ball?
I like Carey Davis, but come on.
© The battle for the fifth corner spot is going to be a very good one to watch.
Anthony Madison, who held the spot last season, played pretty well, but Roy Lewis and Travis Williams did as well.
Williams did have a pass interference penalty late in the game, but made up for it with a sweet step around later in the drive.
He also had two special teams tackles, including one as a gunner where he beat two guys down the field.
© Yes, that was Justin Hartwig getting out on the edge and sealing the corner for Mendenhall's 15-yard run in the second quarter
He'll start at center next week and won't give the spot back to Sean Mahan, not that Mahan played poorly Friday night.