In Pittsburgh, the big hits always keep on comingPosted: Updated:
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Ryan Clark levels Willis McGahee and Wes Welker.
Hines Ward breaks Keith Rivers' jaw.
James Farrior stacks up Derrick Ward.
The Pittsburgh Steelers don't deliberately try to injure opposing players. It's just that it happens sometimes when a team is taught to hit only two ways: hard and harder.
The Steelers are as physical as it gets in the NFL, and the Arizona Cardinals understand they must be prepared to match that hit-or-be-hit mentality if they want to win the Super Bowl.
Cardinals wide receiver-returner Steve Breaston grew up in Pittsburgh.
He says Steelers football is smashmouth and really physical.
He says the Cardinals have to match it or they'll be worn down.