<blockquote>Source: North County Times
By: MICHAEL KLITZING
SAN DIEGO ---- On the day Jerome Bettis is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, memories of this one probably won't make it into the running back's induction speech.
As the Pittsburgh Steelers won 24-22 on Monday night at Qualcomm Stadium, Bettis wasn't even his team's featured back for most of the game.
But the veteran Steelers running back's performance on a national stage proved a different, more immediate function. Ever so subtly, one of the top rushers in NFL history served notice that he still has some explosiveness left in those 33-year old legs.</blockquote>
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