Steelers Vs. Bengals Game Rewind – First Half

Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. First Half – Kick return unit: Arthur Moats, Vince Williams, Robert Golden, Terence Garvin, Shamarko Thomas. Stephon Tuitt/Matt Spaeth, Cody Wallace/Will Johnson the wedge, and Josh Harris the upback for Markus Wheaton. – Steelers start the game off…

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Will A Knee Brace Slow Down Le’Veon Bell?

As the “BellWatch” continues, football analysts and Pittsburgh Steelers fans alike continue to monitor the Steelers all-purpose running back on an almost minute-to-minute basis.  On Monday, when Bell was reported to be limping badly, it seemed almost impossible that he would be on the field when the Steelers take on…

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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Le’Veon Bell

While Antonio Brown may have just completed the more remarkable season as a wide receiver in franchise history, we would be remiss to ignore the equally remarkable season that running back Le’Veon Bell had as a receiver in relation to the Pittsburgh Steelers record books. While his three touchdowns have…

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Kelvin Beachum Is A Bargain For The Steelers

Six years ago, Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers somehow went all the way to Super Bowl XLIII and won it with a patchwork offensive line that consisted of Max Starks, Chris Kemoeatu, Justin Hartwig, Darnell Stapleton, and Willie Colon. From 2006-2009, Big Ben was sacked an average of 47.25…

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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Maurkice Pouncey

For the fourth time in five seasons, Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey has earned himself Pro Bowl accolades, an honor that he certainly earned this year, especially considering the fact that he was coming off an ACL tear. Other than a few penalty concerns throughout the year, Pouncey put together…

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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Terence Garvin

While Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Terence Garvin may have only played a couple of snaps on defense this season—with very little success, I might add—he has been an integral part of the team’s special teams efforts this year. That was, after all, the reason he made the 53-man roster as a…

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2014 Steelers Final Sack Breakdown

With Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger not sacked for the third time in 2014, there isn’t a sack breakdown to walk through against the Cincinnati Bengals. But since this is the end of the regular season, we’ll take one last look at it and attack it in a couple different…


Steelers Now Have The Arsenal To Rotate Edge Rushers

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison missed two games at the start of December while working through a knee injury. At the same time, second-year linebacker Jarvis Jones returned from the short-term injured reserve list, and spelled starter Arthur Moats in the nickel defense. When Harrison returned in the penultimate…

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Antonio Brown’s Streak Intact Through Two Full Seasons

Although it seems that many are intent not to care, now that the regular season is completed and everything has remained status quo, I thought now would be a good time to reflect on the remarkable run that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has managed to achieve over the…


Steelers vs Bengals II Second Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations of the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 27-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in the season finale on Sunday. The Bengals opened up the second half from the 30 after a good return. The Steelers were able to clamp down on the run,…


Steelers vs Bengals II First Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations of the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 27-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in the season finale on Sunday. The Steelers had been coming out lately in run-heavy looks, but in this game, they split three wide receivers wide to start the game….


Replacing Le’Veon Bell In Pass Protection

If Le’Veon Bell can’t go Sunday, his loss will be felt in several ways. What he offers the Pittsburgh Steelers outside of being a runner can’t be overstated. Without Bell, serious concerns – legitimate ones – have been raised about making up for his ability to pass protect. As Mike…