Steelers LB James Harrison Says Defense Is Not Dominant Yet

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  1. 86WARD

    86WARD NFL's Dirtiest Player Staff Member

    The rankings show the Steelers defense in a familiar spot today -- No. 2 with a bullet in the NFL overall, No. 2 against the pass and No. 8 against the run.

    More important, it has improved in the area of preventing points, where earlier in the season it ranked in the middle of the league, the Steelers now come in at No. 8, allowing 20.6 points per game.

    After becoming the first to contain Washington rookies Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris together, has the Steelers defense become dominant again? No, says one prominent member.

    "Not right now," linebacker James Harrison said. "We're getting back to where we can play better than we have been. I don't think we're dominant yet. We still have a lot of room to go to improve.

    "I think it's just time, getting out there and putting together 60 minutes and putting together a better 60 minutes than you did previously."


    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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