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It’s Your Time To Shine, Chris Boswell

With the unfortunate news of Shaun Suisham’s departure, the torch was officially passed on to Chris Boswell.  It almost goes without saying that, during his tenure in Pittsburgh, Suisham provided fans, players, and coaches with a comfort that often goes unnoticed.  There are a number of teams in this league…

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Mike Tomlin Named Most Underrated Coach In NFL

NFL.com’s Brian Baldinger ranked his top three underrated coaches in the NFL and Mike Tomlin was ranked at the top. In this video on NFL.com, here’s his rationale. “All the injuries he suffered last year. Maurkice Pouncey to Le’Veon Bell to all three quarterbacks at some time that got hurt….


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Antonio Brown, Julio Jones Part Of Monumental Year For Receivers

It’s become a truism to say that the passing game has become increasingly important in today’s game. It seems that annually we see more and more passes being thrown, and more and yards being gained. Perhaps the most obvious sign of this fact has been the steadily increasing use of…


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Nate Burleson Names Antonio Brown Top Receiver In NFL

You know about Shark Week. Well this week seems to be Antonio Brown week, a new story or study popping up every day about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ star receiver. But hey, how can you get tired of that million dollar smile? NFL Network’s Nate Burleson, himself a former receiver, ranked…



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Antonio Brown Chosen As Part Of The “Perfect WR”

Though he’s arguably the best receiver in the game, Antonio Brown isn’t perfect. But NFL.com’s Gil Brandt selected part of AB’s game to build the perfect wide receiver.  He chose Brown’s route running ability over everyone else’s. In his explanation, Brandt writes. “It is very difficult for the opposing defensive…


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Film Room: Keith Butler’s Box Calls

Boxes. They’re great things. They hold Christmas gifts, pizza, engagement rings. Defensive coordinators have boxes too. And they’re a great way to beat bunch concepts. The rules are simple. I learned them from the great Matt Bowen when he still wrote for National Football Post. Four defenders versus three receivers….