Here's what else we learned in Sunday's game:
- Like Michael Vick a decade ago, Terrelle Pryor is getting by on sheer athleticism as a sandlot player. Pryor is especially tough to defend on third downs, when man coverage leaves a defense susceptible to scrambling. Another similarity to Vick is that Pryor's freelancing opens up running lanes for McFadden, who ran with more explosiveness in the first half than he did at any point in the past two years.
- Is any unit in the league as injury-prone as the Steelers' offensive line? Starting guards David DeCastro and Ramon Foster were forced out with ankle and concussion injuries respectively. Top backup Guy Whimper then exited with a knee injury, leaving Cody Wallace and Kelvin Beachum as the guard while the embattled Mike Adams was pushed back into the lineup at left tackle. The MAS*H unit played a role in Roethlisberger's five sacks and Bell's inability to find room to run.