Kimo von Oelhoffen
Caveman Bill

When Pittsburgh Coach Bill Cowher thinks he can win a football game without throwing the ball, he authorizes only a few passes, sometimes hardly any at all. That's the way coaches tended to play the game in 1916 and 1926, and it's the way Cowher loves to play it in 2006. So that's how and why the Steelers, en route to a 21-10 win, dulled up Super Bowl XL Sunday.Caveman Bill has the resources to pass magnificently --- with some of the best passing personnel in the AFC, a passing conference. But instead, he kept running a lot, punting a lot, and waiting for the breaks, which the Seattle Seahawks handed over repeatedly.He couldn't have known he'd get all those breaks --- holding...