I read the steelers posts someone referenced. Some predictable stuff, etc. (easier to do when you were just in the SB I guess, but a bit whiny..I mean back off on PG county for instance).
But I have to agree a bit with the Steelers dudes (painful to admit but true). We had first team out longer than they had, etc. But more fundamentally, I feel like this was a gameplan that had no vertical threat. I hate to invoke the #8 car, but I feel like this was an approach designed to showcase Grossman vs. a vanilla D that was covering deep on most plays. My fear is that as soon as Redskins start the real season, this is basically a recipe for disaster...no deep threat = 8 in the box, etc. vs. the Steelers hanging back and being quite lackadaisical (as Tomlin pointed out). Talk me down from the ledge peeps-I just would have preferred a more aggressive passing attack vs. the Brunell dink-and-dunk show underneath that I saw.