For the first time since 2002, the Pittsburgh Steelers are 0-2.

And they are taking drastic measures to avoid slipping even further out of contention.

According to Jory Rand of Pittsburgh's KDKA-TV, the Steelers veterans posted signs in the locker room this week prohibiting players with less than four years of experience from playing ping pong, pool or shuffleboard during business hours.

The signs were quickly taken down, but the stern message remains.

"Young guys can't play pool, ping pong or shuffleboard. Sucks to be a young guy, I guess," fourth-year running back Isaac Redman told Rand. "We need to win a football game here before guys are coming in worrying about whos first on the pool table. So that eliminates that."