LISTEN-Steelers Players Talk About Ravens Win, LeVeon Bell

Steelers D says they were motivated by Flacco comments

Jeff Hathhorn
November 05, 2018 - 12:09 am

Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

BALTIMORE (93.7 the Fan) – Steelers won their sixth straight game in November, beating the Ravens 23-16 to improve to 5-2-1.  Players interviews following the victory.

“I just think no one cares any more.  Why would I?  I Don’t want to waste the energy. I love LeVeon.  There are some great memories with him, but it would do an injustice to this game worrying about someone else when I’m on the field.”—David DeCastro on Bell

“If he comes in, he comes in.  We love LeVeon, he’s got to do what he has to do.  He’s handling business, it’s an inside thing he has going on.  When he comes back, we welcome him with open arms.  We have to continue to play with who we got and James is playing amazing.”  Joe Haden on Bell

“We knew we had a rough start.  We knew we had goals.  Just continue to put winning performances on tape.  Defense just continue to do what we are doing, holding them to under 17 points, looking forward to Thursday.”—Sean Davis

“We are happy with the performance and the team win, but by any means we are not going to get complacent and think we’ve accomplished anything this season.”—Alejandro Villanueva.

“Our group, we bring the same energy.  National Football League, every opponent, every defense is great.  They bring the energy every game, we don’t have certain games circled and stuff like that.  Every game is the biggest game because it’s the next one.”  James Conner

“That’s misleading.  I thought we got pressure on him.  You can sit here and cry about the sacks but we put pressure on him.  It’s not like he had a long time.  He was trying to get the ball out quick and when he didn’t, we hit him.” Cam  Heyward on two sacks in game

“Once we saw it and read it, it was all over the media.  Everybody kept running around the room ‘alright we aren’t physical apparently, so let’s go out there and do what we have to do to show him.”  Mike Hilton on Joe Flacco saying after last game it wasn’t a physical Steelers defense.