Steelers Six From Around The Web – December 22nd – Harrison Aims For Knees Now

Sunday marks the 40th anniversary of the Immaculate Reception and Frenchy Fuqua was on 93.7 The Fan this past Thursday to talk about the play, the Oakland Raiders and more.

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Immaculate Reception Animated Gif 40th Aniversary

Immaculate Reception Animated Gif 40th Aniversary

I always enjoy the weekly segments of NFL Playbook on the NFL Network with Sterling Sharpe, Donovan McNabb and Brian Baldinger. Here is the latest one that they did on the Pittsburgh Steelers as they get ready to host the Cincinnati Bengals.

Dave Dameshek, a well known Steelers fan, has an entertaining segment that explores what would\’ve happened had Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers all landed with different teams in the 2004 NFL Draft.

Steelers linebacker James Harrison was on Mike and Mike on Friday and he talked about how the NFL rules are hampering defensive play and how the punishments for violating those rules are not consistent. Harrison explains how he has lowered his target now to the knees as a result.

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David Todd and I preview the upcoming Steelers – Bengals game on the latest episode of The Terrible Podcast.

The yearly Steelers Christmas caroling video is up on steelers.com and that means we can expect the yearly reading of \’Twas the Night Before Christmas by defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau on Monday.

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  • Maurice_hill_district

    Its too blurry, but thanks for not overworking interviews which Pgh Post Gaz did nonstop the past several months.