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Steelers’ Defensive Players Recap The Win

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Pittsburgh (93-7 The FAN) – Steelers’ defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau tells Joe Starkey about the game plan heading into the AFC Championship Game. He wanted to make sure that what Mark Sanchez saw in Week 15, would not be the same thing he saw on Sunday.

Jim Colony caught up with Steelers’ cornerback Bryant McFadden after the game. McFadden played for the Steelers the last time they went to the Super Bowl. This time, he is taking full advantage of collecting championship gear because he missed it last time.

McFadden told Colony how he made it through the game after dealing with all the injuries.

McFadden credited the veteran leadership on the team and their ability to stay calm when the Jets started to rally in the second half.

Steelers’ linebacker James Harrison spoke with Jon Burton about how the defense was able to hold on and advance to Super Bowl XLV.

Harrison didn’t have an answer about the Jets’ rally in the second half, but they plan to fix that after watching film this week.

Safety Ryan Clark tells Colony the difference in the game was Ben Roethlisberger. He gives a lot of credit to his defensive backs, who stepped up and shut down Sanchez and the wide receivers.

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