Dulac, Gerry
December 2005
Sporting News;12/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 49, p45
The article focuses on the football team Pittsburgh Steelers. FB Dan Kreider doesn't have many rushing attempts, but the club is a better running team with him in the game because he's like a pulling guard. Kreider uses his thick upper body to hammer into linebackers. Footballer Ike Taylor wasn't a starter entering training camp, but he has developed into the team's best cornerback. WR Cedrick Wilson, who was expected to be a big-play threat as the third wideout, had only 13 catches and no touchdowns through Week 11.


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