Well, we wanted a decision on who the Steelers' QB would be against Atlanta and it's apparent that player will be Dennis Dixon.
I asked Mike Tomlin after the game if he pulled Dixon out because he didn't want to get him hurt. He said yes.
That tells me that Tomlin is planning on starting Dixon.
He could change his mind and go with Charlie Batch, though the coaching staff knows Charlie is injury prone at this point in his career - hence their decision to have him throw just four passes in more than two quarters.
But it's easier to go with Dixon and hope the defense can keep things close and overcome any mistakes he may make.
With the way this offensive line is run blocking, they should be able to take some pressure off Dixon and control the clock.
That's right, I'm raving about the run blocking of this offensive line - OK, I'm not raving. But I like the way they're getting off the ball.
We're seeing some nasty out of this offensive line, particularly when they line up and go straight ahead.
This is a big offensive line - probably the biggest in team history with the addition of Flozell Adams at right tackle. And they can use that to their advantage.
Perhaps it serves Tomlin right that his choice to replace Ben Roethlisberger during his suspension was injured when a second-team offensive lineman got rag-dolled and leg whipped the quarterback.
Jonathan Scott had played reasonably well to this point, but he's still a backup. You shouldn't have your QB in the game with backup linemen unless you absolutely have to.
It's a lesson you would have thought Tomlin would have learned last week in Denver when he nearly got Leftwich killed playing behind second and third stringers before yanking him after just two series.
He probably won't make the same mistake ever again.