PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) – Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Bruce Gradkowski kicked his latest show at Latitude 40 in Robinson.

Gradkowski said it was a thrill to play against his brother in the rivalry against the Ravens.

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Though the win was huge for the Steelers, Gino Gradkowski played more than Bruce did, so he says he couldn’t give him too much of a hard time about the final score.

“It’s a constant battle in the NFL,” Bruce said. He notes the offensive line played great Sunday.

Game planning for the Steelers next opponent, the Oakland Raiders begins Tuesday.

Bruce says he enjoyed his experience with the Raiders, mostly because of the crazy and intense fans.

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Even with the turnover on the Raiders, Bruce says he still has some friends on the team.

He downplayed the poor condition of the Coliseum saying, “the people make the stadium.”

Looking ahead to Raiders Bruce says kicker Sebastian Janikowski is very talented, and unique.

Bruce also remembered the 2009 game when he led the Raiders over the Steelers.

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You can hear the rest of Bruce’s interview below: