Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Tuesday with Tomlin
It appears that LaMarr Woodley, Brett Keisel and Ramon Foster could be back for the Steelers this week against the Browns.
All three missed last week's win over Detroit.
Woodley is the most likely to return this week from his calf strain.
Keisel is fighting through a foot injury that was a little worse than the team thought. He didn't practice at all last week and might not do so this week until Friday.
Same goes for Ramon Foster, who is dealing with a mild high-ankle sprain.
The Steelers are also optimistic about wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders' foot. He checked out OK after leaving Sunday's game.
Sanders and the Steelers are always concerned when he has any kind of foot pain.He's had surgery on both feet since joining the team in 2010.
Shamarko Thomas and Stevenson Sylvester were the only players Tomlin said were doubtful to play.
@ While much of the focus the past two days has been on the effectiveness of the no-huddle, which the Steelers ran 50 percent of the time Sunday, Ben Roethlisberger's numbers weren't really any different in the no-huddle as opposed to when the Steelers huddled.
Here's what I wrote about it today.
I was as surprised as anyone when I broke everything down. It seemed the no-huddle was much more effective. But the reality was different.
Ben Roethlisberger had a good game no matter what the Steelers did offensively.