I'll be watching the Steelers closely these final three weeks to see how they finish.
Understandably, there's a lot of disappointment in the locker room thanks to the team's collapse following its 6-2 start.
But it will be interesting to see if this group allows the losing to continue, as the 1998 and 1999 Steelers did, or whether they go down fighting, as the team did in 2000, 2003 and 2006.
That has been what has separated the Steelers from the Clevelands and Cincinnatis of the NFL over the past couple of decades – how they've dealt with adversity.
The bad teams have gone out expecting something to go wrong and not being surprised when it does.
The Steelers have usually looked at it the other way and gone down fighting.
© Free safety Ryan Clark went off on the media today, blaming it and negative comments made about the team for the Steelers' struggles.
That's an age-old cop out and Clark is better than that.
But it kind of gives you some insight into how this team – at least some of them – is looking at its five-game losing streak.
They don't want to point fingers in the locker room and they can't say bad things about the fans – who will surely boo this team Sunday if it struggles against Green Bay – so they point them at the easiest villan around, the media.
I've always had a good relationship with Clark and have found him to be one of the better and more insightful thinkers I've been around in 17 seasons of covering this team.
But in this case, he's barking up the wrong tree.