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Steelers Vs. Chiefs Game Rewind – First Half

Week 16 game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. First Half – Kick return. Front five: Arthur Moats, Vince Williams, Robert Golden, Terence Garvin, Shamarko Thomas. Michael Palmer/Stephon Tuitt (replacing the injured Matt Spaeth), Cody Wallace/Will Johnson, with Josh Harris serving as the upback…


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Steelers Only Team In League With 5 Players With 500 Receiving Yards

Thanks to the nifty stat checking of Pittsburgh Steelers public relations media manager Dom Rinelli, we learned yesterday that, in their 20-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, the Steelers became the first, and only, team in the league to have five different offensive players record at least…


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Steelers Must Run Streak Up To Four To Win Division Title

In order for the Pittsburgh Steelers to finish the 2014 season as division winners for the first time since 2010, they will have to do something that they haven’t done in a while—win four consecutive games. Sure, they’ve lost four consecutive games in recent history. They lost the first four…


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Steelers vs Chiefs Second Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations of the second half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 20-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. On the Chiefs’ third play, they just missed a home run hitter to Albert Wilson, who got behind Antwon Blake in the middle of the field. Alex Smith was…


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Steelers vs Chiefs First Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations of the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 20-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers opened with the power counter run on their opening play, with David DeCastro pulling to his left, even without Matt Spaeth, Michael Palmer took his place. On this…




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Steelers To Find Out If Secondary Is Worthy Of Postseason

If there is one thing that we can be certain about when looking back at the start of the season and speculating about this team, it’s that the Pittsburgh Steelers clearly don’t have the secondary that they thought they might have. But that tends to go without saying when you…



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Le’Veon Bell Deserving Of Team MVP Award

Yesterday, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that his teammates have voted running back Le’Veon Bell as the team MVP for the 2014 season, and there was certainly nobody more deserving than the second-year player. There were certainly other worthy candidates, such as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who has won the award once…


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Young, High-Motor DEs The Future Of Steelers Defensive Line

The Pittsburgh Steelers seem to have found their two defensive ends of the future in the young veteran Cameron Heyward and rookie Stephon Tuitt, who in his first season will have made four starts. Since entering the starting lineup last year, Heyward has rarely come off the field, rarely logging…


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Steelers Fans Should Probably Root For The Chargers Sunday

With the final week of the season offering more clarity in the playoff race – and the comfort of knowing the Pittsburgh Steelers will be advancing – we can take a look at how the playoff seedings may look after Sunday. And who the Steelers should be “rooting” for. If…


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First Round Home Game Just One Perk Of Winning In Season Finale

The Pittsburgh Steelers may be greatly relieved to have finally clinched a playoff berth for the first time in the past three seasons, but there’s still plenty left to play for in the season finale when they host the Cincinnati Bengals, whom they blew out late to the tune of…



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Martavis Bryant, The Missing Piece To Todd Haley’s Offensive Puzzle

Before the last few weeks, when Pittsburgh Steelers fans would mention the name Todd Haley, it would usually follow with expletives and calls for his job. As of late though, you are more likely to hear praise about the third-year offensive coordinator than ever before. This is because the Steelers…