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Sunday’s Whiteout Winner Comes Down To Who Sees More Red

One might look at the offensive numbers for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills and see two offenses that are complete opposites in terms of style. The Steelers, after all, are ranked in the NFL’s top ten in pass completions, attempts, yards, touchdowns and passer rating. The Bills, on the…

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Steelers Third-Quarter Pole Offensive Charting Notes

We are at the third-quarter poll when it comes to the 2016 regular season. That means we are painting a broader and more detailed picture of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ year as it pertains to how they have conducted themselves on offense and defense. I, of course, have been handling the…


RGIII Back Under Center For Browns In Long-Term Audition

The Cleveland Browns in the offseason moved forward with their plans at quarterback, passing up the opportunity to take the second quarterback in the draft—or to move up to grab the top quarterback—instead signing former second-overall pick Robert Griffin III on a relatively low-dollar two-year deal and giving him the…


Giants’ LB Kelvin Sheppard Not Fined For Le’Veon Bell Facemask

Pull away the player who tried to corkscrew the neck of your running back? Fine. Be the guy who tried to corkscrew a guy’s neck? No fine. That’s what the NFL has said after officially announcing the fines from this past weekend’s slate of games. As was reported yesterday, Ramon Foster…


2016 NFL Week 14: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you and welcome to Week 14 of the 2016 NFL season. Well, we finally have a new puppy in the house and the first 24 hours have been quite interesting. I have forgotten how much attention they need in addition to how often they like…


Steelers And Many Others Face Grim Reality At 7-5

The Pittsburgh Steelers have run into an old friend this winter yet again. They are no stranger to 7-5, as they’ve crossed paths almost annually it seems like and yet here they are again, chatting it up. Topics of discussion include catching up on what has happened since they last…


Danny Smith Says Special Teams Needs To Stop Being Charitable

It was what you remember about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ special teams the most in last week’s win over the New York Giants. Penalties. And oh boy, there were a lot of them. In total, four were accepted with two or three more being declined, canceled out by another. They hurt…