Roethlisberger Says Using No-Huddle Against Bengals Won't Be Easy

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After head coach, Mike Tomlin, told the media that the Steelers have been thinking about the New England Patriots, quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger let be known he isn't that ready, yet.

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers are on a collision course for a crucial Week 15 matchup, and the two teams potentially could meet a second time in the AFC Championship Game.

"There is zero Patriots, Ravens film", he said.

Tomlin said in the interview that he would address the "elephant in the room" and that the game vs. the Patriots is "going to be fireworks". But it's probably going to be part one. His status ahead of this game will be talked about quite a bit, but if he's good to go, it's a nice boost for the defense, obviously.

Tomlin offered a further explanation as to what he meant by "Part I", noting that it sets up a potential rematch of last season's AFC Championship Game.

"But probably, if we're both doing what we're supposed to, the second one is really going to be a big game". It's going to determine the location of the second one.

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The Patriots (9-2) and Steelers (9-2) are now leading the race to secure home field advantage in the playoffs.

"We can win it all". "I sense that about the group".

"What I'm seeing and what we talk about is this week. But checking the boxes doesn't run the race".

The Bengals flex their muscles on November 15, 2009 to out-Steeler the Steelers to win the brutal War of 18-12 that gives them all the tiebreakers and puts them on the verge of a division sweep as well as in the hunt for a top AFC seed at 7-2.

Following the Steelers' 31-28 win over the struggling Green Bay Packers, ESPN's Max Kellerman said Monday on "First Take" that there is no reason to believe Pittsburgh will be able to beat New England after another lackluster performance against an inferior opponent.