Some notes from Gerry Dulac:
Whatever you say, James ...
Most of Dick LeBeau's defensive players agree that his schemes are intricate and difficult to learn.
But can they be any more difficult to decipher than what Pro Bowl OLB James Harrison said when asked why he trusts LeBeau so much?
"Because things that he has done that he may not know I know he's done," Harrison said. "Its not things I know that you know I know; its the things that I know that you dont know I know that makes me trust him.
Carnac could've predicted ...
A radio reporter asked Harrison what he would have said in August if someone told him he would be the leagues defensive player of the year competing in the Super Bowl.
"That they're a mind-reader or a fortune teller," Harrison said.
When he was asked if he could envision such a situation, Harrison replied, "Nah, probably not."
Kudos from Keisel ...
DE Brett Keisel just laughed when he was asked about the Steelers defensive line playing against the Cardinals offensive line, coached by former Steelers assistant Russ Grumm.
"Russ is going to have those guys ready to play," Keisel said. "Any weakness he sees in us, I'm sure he told those guys (about it) a long time ago."
"In my opinion, I cant say enough good things about Russ Grimm. He was a great coach and a great player and he does a wonderful job teaching those guys good technique and winning football."