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13 Games: Le’Veon Bell From Year One To Year Two

During his rookie season, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell played in 13 games. We’ve now reached the 13-game mark of the 2014 season, so it would be a good time to look back and compare the second-year starter’s numbers from year one to year two. Conveniently, due to his…


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Stephon Tuitt Shows Motor In First Career Start

The Pittsburgh Steelers afforded rookie Stephon Tuitt the opportunity to make his first career start on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, and he made the most of that chance by hardly leaving the field. He logged 57 of the team’s 65 defensive snaps, which was the most by a defensive…


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Matt Spaeth Helps Power Run Game For Steelers

When the Pittsburgh Steelers first re-signed tight end Matt Spaeth in the offseason in 2013, they may have been imagining a game something like Sunday night’s performance. He played about half of the team’s offensive snaps as he helped power the running game for 193 yards, averaging 6.2 yards per…


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Steelers Currently Have No Role For Dri Archer

It’s quite rare for the Pittsburgh Steelers to carry just two active running backs on game day, but that is what they did when they elected to set Dri Archer as one of their seven inactive players for Sunday’s game against the Bengals. It was the first time in the…



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All-22 Primer: Steelers vs Bengals

All-22 primer of the Pittsburgh Steelers victory against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon. – I’m sure some of the differences in Ben Roethlisberger will be obvious. Mechanically, it’s almost certain he was much cleaner. But it’ll be a nice opportunity to point that out in a couple pictures/GIFs. – Le’Veon…



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Steelers Powered Left Over The Bengals In Sunday Win

If you listened to my Sunday morning interview on Trib Live Radio, you heard me say that the Pittsburgh Steelers should have success running left in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals. I couldn’t have been more right. According to our early game charting, Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell had…


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Steelers vs. Bengals: Player Snap Counts Week 14

Below are the initial player snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday win over the Cincinnati Bengals, 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 snaps do not include plays wiped out by…



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Steelers Leap Largest Hurdle With Road Victory Over The Bengals

As detailed last night, the Pittsburgh Steelers exited Week 14 in position for the playoffs in control of their own destiny in terms of winning the AFC North. As a matter of fact, short of a Baltimore Ravens loss, the week could have hardly broke better for Pittsburgh. The Indianapolis…


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Improved Ben Roethlisberger May Need To Be Better Still

About a month or so ago, it certainly seemed as though Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was playing his way into the MVP conversation. During a three-game span, during which the Steelers strung together their sole streak (winning or otherwise) of the season, he threw for 14 touchdowns, 1127 yards,…


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Steelers vs Bengals: Numbers Crunch

A statistical analysis of the Pittsburgh Steelers 42-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. – The Bengals were defeated at home for only the second time in the last two seasons. Coming into today’s matchup, they were 12-1-1. – The big stat of the day. This was Le’Veon Bell’s third straight…


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Arthur Moats Makes An Impact Despite Splitting Snaps

Arthur Moats signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers during the offseason with the mentality that he would not concede to a backup role. That would have been his likely destination had Jarvis Jones not gotten injured, but the Steelers did believe in his belief and versatility enough to carry him as…


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Le’Veon Bell Packing On Points Now In Addition To Yards

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for 185 yards and caught another six passes for 50 yards to give him 235 yards from scrimmage yesterday against the Cincinnati Bengals. That gives him three consecutive games of at least 200 yards from scrimmage, making him only the second player in…