Steelers Back on Top of Power Rankings

The Pittsburgh Steelers are back on top of the latest Power Rankings for ESPN (See rankings at http://tinyurl.com/25ya4q9) after the shaky victorious return of Ben Roethlisberger showed the team’s potential .The two-time superbowl champ was at quarterback for the first time this season after serving his 4-game suspension. Three touchdown passes and a win later and the Steelers look to be the team to beat in the NFL.

The Steelers lone loss of the season was a nail-biter that came in Week 4 against the tough defense of the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens narrowly edged the Steelers after a game-winning drive with minutes left on the clock and No real quarterback for the Steelers to turn to. Had Big Ben been at the helm, it is very easy to believe that the Steelers would have come out victorious.

Now that Roethlisberger is back on the field, all the eyes have to be on the renewed offensive airshow and powerful rushing game. Let’s not forget that the Steelers don’t look bad on the other side of the ball either.

Roethlisberger had a great performance in his return from suspension.

Much Props: Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens latest fine, according to sources,  may have been a hit to his wallet but it also should have hit a soft spot in reader’s hearts.

The star Bengal receiver was dealt

Owens tried to help, and got punished by the NFL

a $5,000 fine for posting something on his Twitter account too close to the kick-off of their match-up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week 5.

According to Owens, the “tweet” was to help a charity that benefits children in Kenya.

If this is true, Owens did the right thing by breaking the league’s policy in order to help others.

Much props.