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Wendell Smallwood and Kenjon Barner came into the game with nine rushing attempts between them. Against the Steelers, they combined for 121 yards on 25 carries and two touchdowns. Smallwood had four runs of 10 yards or more. Barner had two.
The Steelers' zone coverages were supposed to confuse Carson Wentz. They didn't. He completed 74 percent of his passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns. He's thrown 102 passes in the first three games. Still doesn't have an interception.
The Steelers came into the game ranked sixth in the league in rushing (135.5 yards per game). The Eagles held them to 29 yards on 10 carries. They made 33-year-old DeAngelo Williams look every bit his age.
Ben Roethlisberger was supposed to expose the Eagles' defense. He didn't. Even early on when he was able to slide around the pocket and buy time, the Eagles' back seven tenaciously stayed with his receivers. He completed just 54.5 percent of his passes, was sacked four times and failed to throw a TD pass for only the sixth time in the last five years.
The Eagles' coverage units locked down the Steelers' returners. Donnie Jones had just one of his four punts returned (for 3 yards), which makes just two of 15 this season. Caleb Sturgis was 2-for-2 on field goals.
The Steelers put up 62 points in their first two games. The Eagles held them to three. A defense that gave up a franchise-record 36 touchdown passes last season has yet to give up one. They made Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown looked like just a couple of guys. And, oh yeah, Carson Wentz is off to one of the best starts of any rookie quarterback in NFL history.