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Watch: Steelers Vs Patriots Initial Analysis

Like we always do, my initial post-game thoughts on Sunday afternoon’s 27-16 loss to the New England Patriots. Some basic points of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ woes on third down, in the red zone, and after turnovers. I also give my initial thoughts on Landry Jones’ performance. Let me know your…


Penalties A Crippler For Offense In Big Moments

When it comes to performing the autopsy on a loss such as this, the coroner already knows going in that he is going to find that there were multiple causes of death, and that was certainly the case for the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday. While it may not have been the…


Steelers Vs. Patriots: Player Snap Counts – Week 7

The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered another loss on Sunday and this time it was to the New England Patriots at home. The initial snap counts from the Week 7 loss are now in and as usual, here is a recap of the notable numbers from the Sunday game at Heinz Field….



Landry Jones: “We Got To Figure Out This Red Zone Issue”

Let’s just point out the obvious. Water is wet, the sky is blue, and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ red zone offense sucked yesterday. Not ok. Not bad. Sucked. Worse than what Negan did on The Walking Dead last night. By game’s end, the Steelers were just 1-4 in the red zone. They scored…


Lawrence Timmons Leads Team With 11 Tackles In Loss

Many people within the community of Pittsburgh Steelers faithful seem more than ready to see inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons play his last down after showing signs of wear and tear and slowing down over the course of the past couple of seasons. He is an ‘old’ 30 years of age,…


Pain Management May Not Be Enough For Sammie Coates

Over the course of the first five games of the season, second-year Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Sammie Coates reeled in 19 receptions for 421 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 22.2 yards per reception in what was beginning to look like a breakout year of sorts, filling a void that the…




Stats Of The Weird: Steelers Vs Patriots

This one wasn’t too weird. A “meh” kind of loss. So let’s find something strange to talk about. – Le’Veon Bell caught ten passes today, a career high and the second time he’s caught at least nine this year. It’s the first time in Steelers’ history a running back caught…




Missed Opportunities for POOTOS Loom Large In Loss

The Pittsburgh Steelers made a valiant go of it there for a while, especially after falling into an early 14-0 hole, but at the end of the day, they walked off of the Heinz Field grass in defeat at the hands of the visiting New England Patriots. It’s easy to…


Unable To Capitalize On Turnovers, Steelers Fall To Patriots 27-16

It may have wound up being a closer game than what many envisioned, that won’t bring any comfort to Pittsburgh Steelers’ fans. Numerous failed opportunities dropped the Steelers to the New England Patriots 27-16. Jarvis Jones forced a fumble on the Patriots’ first offensive play of the game, ripping the…


Steelers Vs Patriots Winners/Losers

Well…here you go. WINNERS Le’Veon Bell: I’m sure he is tops on everyone’s list. Bell needed to be involved in this offense and he was to the tune of 31 touches. He has the uncanny ability to set up blocks, show patience, and then dart upfield. He ran tough, crushing corners…