It's a sad, very subdued morning in Pittsburgh. This town, these fans aren't used to losing Super Bowls. It's been 15 years since a Pittsburgh squad failed in the biggest of games.
But this morning, everyone is suffering from a different kind of Super Bowl hangover. Green Bay outplayed the Steelers last night in Dallas, beating the Steelers 31-25 in what was one of the best Super Bowls I've witnessed.
But I'm not here this morning to talk about the game. There's plenty of time and plenty of others to play Monday morning quarterback. I'm here to talk about where Pittsburgh goes from here. They are, in a way, in uncharted territory.
Here are five things the Steelers must do to avoid the Super Bowl letdown and make a