Wow. In previous years, it was the Tennessee Titans who delivered the butt kickings to the Steelers in Nashville.
But it was the Steelers, both offensively and defensively, who were the aggressors in this one.
The video board at LP Field continually showed pro wrestler Ric Flair imploring the crowd to get loud, finished with his trademark, "Woo."
That was ironic since the Titans looked like they were in a studio wrestling match against and MMA fighter. The Steelers kept punching them in the mouth and hitting them over the head with chairs throughout this game, while the Titans landed the fake blows.
That may be a little harsh. Actually, Tennessee's defense was as physical as ever.
But the Titans' offense got manhandled.
© I've never seen anything like the offensive line rotation the Steelers used in the second half.
Guys were coming and going - other than Maurkice Pouncey - and playing different positions.
© The Steelers won a game in which they threw for 21 yards. Think about that for a moment.
© I know there are those of you out there who are angry with me for picking against the Steelers in each of the first two weeks.
Mike Tomlin is obviously paying attention to those who doubt this team.
But let's be honest. Quarterback is a pretty important position and the Steelers are playing with, essentially, their third choice at the position.
But Tomlin knows the Steelers will be favored to win next week in Tampa Bay. He could be heard in the locker room as the team entered telling them that they'll have to get it up again next week to face an unbeaten team.
Tomlin's looking for any edge he can get.
© Lawrence Timmons should be the early favorite for Defensive Player of the Year. That's two games and 26 tackles. He's also played a huge part in shutting down both Michael Turner and Milli Vanilli wannabe Chris Johnson.
By the same token, if James Harrison doesn't win AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after making 11 tackles, two sacks, forcing two fumbles and recovering another, they should stop giving the award.
Harrison totally took the game over in the third quarter. Tennessee had one yard in the third quarter, with Harrison making five tackles, two sacks and forcing two fumbles - in 12 plays.