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Past Season More Of The Same From Reliable Shaun Suisham

Over the last couple of seasons, it seems that, by and large, the Pittsburgh Steelers fan base has finally come to accept that Shaun Suisham is a pretty good kicker to have, generally reliable from within 50 yards, though the draw of the kickers with booming legs that can kick…


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Ben Roethlisberger Bears Brunt Of Blame, As A Leader Should

Even though Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger finished the year putting together what is arguably the best season of his career, statistically, there was nevertheless a pervading sensation that the veteran had quite obvious ebbs and flows in his performance throughout the course of the regular season. If you look…


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An Early Steelers Free Agent Wishlist

Wipe away those tears? Fix that hole in the television? Good. Because though we’ll spend this week reviewing the Pittsburgh Steelers loss to the Baltimore Ravens, it’s time to start turning our attention to the offseason. I’ll throw out a list of possible free agents the Steelers could conceivably look…



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David Todd: Quick Thoughts: Steelers Versus Ravens

The Pittsburgh Steelers 2014 season ended Saturday night in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs as they lost 30-17 to the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field. Inefficiency in the red zone, giving up big plays—both problems much of the season, penalties, turnovers and the loss of Le’Veon Bell all…


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Steelers vs. Ravens: Player Snap Counts AFC Wild Card Game

Below are the initial player snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Saturday night loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Wild Card Game, according to the NFL official gamebook. As usual, we will see if any of these differ in our weekly game charting as the week progresses. These…




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Would You Be Willing To Woodley One More Time?

When you look at the Pittsburgh Steelers early salary cap situation for 2015 as the team heads off into the offseason, you cant help but notice the nearly $9.5 million in dead money that the team is scheduled to be charged next season. $8.58 million of that dead money is…


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Two Years Have Shown Steelers Without Backup Plan At Running Back

When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Le’Veon Bell in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft, they resolved to surround him with veteran, experienced running backs, first retaining Isaac Redman for the purposes of continuity—later Jonathan Dwyer—while bringing in Felix Jones and LaRod Stephens-Howling. Surrounding the young rookie with experienced…


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Negative Takeaways From The Steelers 2014 Season

Immediately after the Pittsburgh Steelers 2014 season abruptly ended Saturday night thanks to a 30-17 home playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens, we attempted to lift your spirits by giving you several positive takeaways from the year. Now that you’ve had time to collect yourself it’s our duty to pass…


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League Failed Steelers On Issue Of Player Safety Late In Loss

A lot of things went wrong for the Pittsburgh Steelers on their home turf on Saturday night en route to dropping their first playoff appearance in three years to the Baltimore Ravens by the score of 30-17. There was, for example, the Terrell Suggs interception of a Ben Roethlisberger pass…


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Steelers Still Searching For Answers As A Rushing Offense

Are the Pittsburgh Steelers a good run blocking team, or aren’t they? If the 2014 season is anything to go by, it very much depends on the game. Despite the fact that the Steelers finished with the second-leading rusher in the league with Le’Veon Bell’s 1361 yards, Pittsburgh as a…


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Martavis Bryant A Rare Bright Spot On Poor Offensive Night

During the regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelers produced their highest-scoring season in the history of the franchise, coming away with a total of 436 points and averaging 27.2 points per game through 16 regular season games. That score was supplemented, of course, by four defensive touchdowns, two special teams touchdowns,…