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Steelers Defense Limits Explosive Plays In Win Over Ravens

When Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco connected with wide receiver Torrey Smith for a 35 yard touchdown pass with 9:47 left in the first quarter Sunday night, it appeared as though the Pittsburgh Steelers defense was well on their way to allowing several explosive more plays in the game. That…


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Steelers Red Zone Offense Perfect Against Ravens

The red zone scoring problems that plagued the Pittsburgh Steelers offense nearly a month ago seem to be fixed. In the Steelers last three games the offense has managed to score touchdowns on 10 of 12 trips inside their opponents’ red zone and that was capped Sunday night by a…


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Numbers Crunch: Steelers vs Ravens

By Alex Kozora A statistical analysis from the Pittsburgh Steelers 43-23 victory Sunday night over the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field. – Ben Roethlisberger’s stat line the last two weeks need no context: 65/86 (75.6%) 862 yards 12 TDs 0 INTs. His 12 TD passes are an NFL record. –…



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Steelers vs. Ravens: Player Snap Counts Week 9

Below are the initial player snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night over the Baltimore Ravens, according to the NFL official gamebook. We will see if any of these differ in our weekly game charting as the week progresses. Martavis Bryant played just five snaps less than Markus Wheaton…


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Young Steelers Receivers Helping To Build Explosive Offense

Over the course of the past three games, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has thrown an exceptional 14 touchdown passes. Six apiece came in the last two games for the best two-game scoring stretch by a quarterback in league history. But perhaps the most significant fact about that stretch is…


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Another Week, Another Historic Performance For Ben Roethlisberger

It was another week, another record-breaking performance for Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who is currently at the top of his game during a historic homestand that saw him lead his team the three straight victories and score 124 points. Last week, against the Indianapolis Colts, the 11th-year veteran became…


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Rejuvenated James Harrison Rediscovering Pass Rushing Flare

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison was retired in September. He now leads the team in sacks. The veteran pass rusher has notched a pair of sacks in back-to-back games now after failing to record one in his first four games back. The pass rushing production has come as he…


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Win Streak Opens Door For Exciting Division Race Down The Stretch

The Pittsburgh Steelers spent the first six weeks of the 2014 juggling wins and losses, epitomizing inconsistency, but over this three-game homestand, they’ve managed to string together three victories in a row. In doing so, they’ve brought their record on the season up to 6-3, trailing only the Cincinnati Bengals,…


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Steelers Vs. Ravens: Winners And Losers From Week 9

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens 43-23 Sunday night at Heinz Field to move to 6-3 on the season. Here is just a little sampling of some winners and losers for you to discuss. Feel free to add your own in the comments below that you think I missed….


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What’s The Big Deal About Mean Joe Greene?

By Michael K. Reynolds What’s the big deal about Mean Joe Greene? I think for younger Pittsburgh Steelers fans this is a perfectly understandable question. I can recall in the 1970’s when I first started watching football having no interest in hearing about old worn out football players that wore…


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Steelers Film Room: Baltimore Ravens Scouting Report

By Alex Kozora Brief scouting report on the Baltimore Ravens based off their loss last week against the Cincinnati Bengals. As always, the disclaimer is a little bit of knowledge can be a dangerous thing. This scouting report isn’t the say-all, end-all for the Pittsburgh Steelers tonight. OFFENSE – Joe…




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Steelers vs Colts Film Review: Mike Adams

The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted offensive tackle Mike Adams in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft, envisioning him as the future of the left tackle spot for years to come. They found out early in his second year that that dream might have been a bit premature. In the…