Friday, September 24, 2010
Morning take: Troy Polamalu stays humble
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
Morning take: Polamalu has always deflected attention. But his play on the field warrants the accolades he's getting.
- Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is getting plenty of national praise, but he remains humble.
Morning take: It sounds like Benson thinks the team is going too far away from the run. But he got 23 carries last week against the Baltimore Ravens. So it's hard to say if his concerns are valid.
Morning take: Although I often point out the Browns' shortcomings because they're the worst team in the AFC North, I do not believe they're the worst team in the league. The Browns can be more competitive if they play smarter.
Morning take: Lewis spent three years with the Browns, but he's first and foremost a Raven. So this makes sense.