David DeCastro had the toughest test of his young career this past week when he faced Ndamukong Suh. DeCastro was looking forward to facing the angry but talented defender.
On Sunday, DeCastro basically shut down the monstrous pass rusher in the Steelers’ 37-27 victory at Heinz Field.
DeCastro seldom allowed Suh near quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Suh didn’t lay a hand on running back Le’Veon Bell, either. DeCastro’s dominance was so complete that Suh didn’t record a tackle, sack or pressure.
That is a huge boost of confidence for the Steelers offensive line. David DeCastro deserves my helmet sticker because he beat down one of the best pass rushers in the game.
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