6 thoughts on playing in a dome


The Steelers go from the friendly confines of Heinz Field last week to the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis this week where noise will be a factor. Or will it?

Center Cody Wallace:
"Any time you are on the road communication is always an issue. Being there in the dome makes it even harder. We will be on silent cadence. We will have to pay attention to each other and relay the calls up and down the line. They base everything off their get off and obviously have the advantage there."

Running back Le'Veon Bell:
"It's all the same to me. I don't look at it any different."

Guard David DeCastro:
"It's just part of it. Everyone faces it. We are veteran guys who have been through it before."

Tackle Kelvin Beachum:
"Last one I played in was Atlanta last year. Dome, no dome, outside, inside, we have to find a way to get the job done."

Running back DeAngelo Williams:
"I think it's better in the dome because you don't have to worry about weather conditions. You know it's going to be 65 degrees and loud."

Receiver Antonio Brown:
"We can't let dome noise, any of those things be a factor. We have to focus on going there and being out best."

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