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- Sep 30, 2004
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Turnovers devastate Pittsburgh, while Brees propels New Orleans' offense
PITTSBURGH - The New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers are exactly where they were a year ago. One is 2-6 during a gloomy, turmoil-filled season that couldn’t have gone much worse, the other is 6-2 going into a promising second half that awaits.
Only there aren’t many in the NFL who would have predicted it would be the Saints, one year after spending an unsettling full season on the road because of Hurricane Katrina, who are 6-2. Or that the Super Bowl champion Steelers, one of the NFL’s model franchises for consistent winning, would be 2-6.
After the Broncos sneaked out of Pittsburgh with a 31-20 victory created mostly by six Pittsburgh turnovers, Denver linebacker Al Wilson imagined how Steelers fans are reacting to a losing season.
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