New England's high-powered offense meets its toughest challenge of the year.
Before the season Pittsburgh took a gamble by cutting linebacker Joey Porter
and giving his job to James Harrison (above), who was his backup for five
years. It's worked out O.K.: Harrison leads the team in sacks and tackles. His
coming-out party was last month's dismantling of the Ravens, in which he had 3
1/2 sacks, two forced fumbles and a pick. "I haven't seen anyone play a
game like that since high school," linebacker Larry Foote marveled.
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