Steelers keeping cool as Cowboys ride into town

USA TODAY Sports’ Lorenzo Reyes looks at the three biggest story lines heading into this week.

PITTSBURGH – Le’Veon Bell is quick to say he’s not underestimating anybody, especially a Dallas Cowboys team that’s on a seven-game winning streak entering Sunday’s visit here to face the Pittsburgh Steelers.

But after a couple weeks of poor practices, the Steelers have been better this week, says Bell, their star halfback. They’re getting healthier. And a three-game losing skid doesn’t seem to have shaken the confidence of a locker room well aware it’s not living up to its enormous potential.

“We’re not going to throw a parade if we beat (the Cowboys). That’s what we expect to do,” Bell told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday. “I just think a lot of people on the outside don’t really understand how much work and time we put in. We understand what we can do, we understand the mistakes we make and we understand that we’re going to get better.

“If we go and…

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