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Steelers Have Scored In Franchise-Best 21 Consecutive Quarters

With their 34 points scored on the Broncos, the Pittsburgh Steelers extended their franchise-best streak of scoring at least 30 points in a game to six. It should be no surprise, then, that they broke another franchise record in the process. According to Steelers PR/Media Manager Dom Rinelli, the team…


Markus Wheaton Settling Into Role Since Bye Week

On Sunday night for the Pittsburgh Steelers, wide receiver Antonio Brown merely made history in about a half-dozen ways with his 16-reception, 189-yard, two-touchdown performance. Martavis Bryant set a new career-high with the first double-digit reception game of his career. And Markus Wheaton just had a ho-hum six-reception, 62-yard, one-touchdown…



Chris Boswell Sets Steelers Kicking Records, With Chance For More

Normally, there is not a great deal to be written about a kicker, but considering the circumstances surrounding the position that the Pittsburgh Steelers have had to endure this season, the year that first-year kicker Chris Boswell has had is certainly commendable, and worth paying attention to. After all, he…


Antonio Brown Reaches 500-Reception Mark In Second-Fewest Games

There has already been a ton written, and a ton to digest, about Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s big day on Sunday against the Broncos, during which he recorded 16 receptions for 189 yards and two touchdowns. Among those 16 receptions was the game-winning touchdown and a game-sealing third-down…


Steelers Vs Broncos Positional Grades

Another week, another Pittsburgh Steelers win in which they scored 30-plus points. But this isn’t just any win for the Steelers. Sunday’s 34-27 win over the Denver Broncos was a statement win — a statement louder than the one made one week ago against the Cincinnati Bengals. Sunday’s performance against…



Steelers Film Room: Antonio Brown’s Game-Winning TD

There are going to be so many plays to look at from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 34-27 win over the Denver Broncos yesterday. And I promise we will look at as many as we can. But none wound up being more notable than Antonio Brown’s 23 yard TD to give Pittsburgh…



Situational Football Only Bright Spot For Steelers Run Game

The Pittsburgh Steelers went up against the best passing defense in the league, but it was the rushing attack that was largely held in check against the Denver Broncos, and not Ben Roethlisberger. The 12-year veteran quarterback threw for 380 yards and three touchdowns passes against a defense that averaged…


Steelers Vs. Broncos: Player Snap Counts – Week 15

The Pittsburgh Steelers raised their 2015 record to a 9-5 Sunday with their 34-27 come-from-behind win over the Denver Broncos at Heinz Field. The snap counts from that game have now been compiled and while there aren’t many surprises included in them, there are a few totals worth pointing out….



Antonio Brown Makes More League, Team History With Big Receiving Night

Last night, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown made history by becoming the first receiver in NFL history to record at least 355 receptions over the course of a three-season span. He broke Marvin Harrison’s record set between 2000 and 2002 by one reception, which was a game-sealing eight-yard pass…


Exploring The Strength Of Victory Tie-Breaker

If you were playing around with ESPN’s playoff machine last night after the Pittsburgh Steelers’s win, you may have gotten scared to see that the Cincinnati Bengals have already wrapped up the division, even when you plugged in losses for the Bengals’ final two games and wins for the Steelers’…


Martavis Bryant Posts First 10-Reception Game Of Career

Lost amidst both the emotional outcome of the game, which included a 17-point comeback from the offense and the Pittsburgh Steelers defense blanking in the second half a Denver Broncos offense that put up 27 in the first—and in Antonio Brown’s record-setting performance—was the fact that second-year wide receiver posted…