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Steelers 2017 Week 13 Offensive Charting Notes

The Pittsburgh Steelers keep winning games, and I keep charting them, and you keep getting to read my notes. Which are always more enjoyable to write, and I’m sure to read, after wins rather than losses. So here we go, the offensive charting notes from the Steelers’ victory over the…



Scouting Report: Ravens’ Offense Built On Stable Ground Game

As we have been for several years now, we’ll break down the Pittsburgh Steelers’ opponent each week, telling you what to expect from a scheme and individual standpoint. Like last year, Josh Carney and I will cover the opposing team’s offense. I will focus on scheme, Josh on the players. Today, revisiting the Baltimore…



Scouting Report: Ravens Creating Pressure, Turnovers At League-Leading Clip

As we have been for several years now, we’ll break down the Pittsburgh Steelers’ opponent each week, telling you what to expect from a scheme and individual standpoint. Dan Vasko and I will break things down. Dan the players, myself the scheme. Taking a second look at the Baltimore Ravens’ defense. Alex’s Scheme Report Ravens…


Steelers Vs Bengals Missed Tackles Report

In a heated rivalry matchup Monday night on the road in Cincinnati, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense turned in one of its best tackling performances of the season, even after losing defensive leader Ryan Shazier to a scary injury on the Bengals’ first drive of the game. For the Steelers to…


Film Room: Cameron Sutton Thrown Into Fire

I’m sure many are wondering about Cameron Sutton and how the Pittsburgh Steelers’ rookie third-round draft pick fared during the first playing time of his career on Monday night, thrown into the game during the second half after Coty Sensabaugh struggled. When it comes to evaluating secondary play and deciphering…




Steelers’ Defense In A League Of Their Own After Halftime

The Pittsburgh Steelers have had their fair share of comeback victories over the last month. In fact, three of their last four victories have been secured by a last second Chris Boswell field goal. But while much of the attention and focus of the Steelers’ winning streak and comeback victories…



Ask Alex: Steelers’ Mailbag

Welcome back to the mailbag. To your questions! PaeperCup:  Hey Alex, being the professional that you are your articles are often objective and impartial, your comments often are as well. But I’d love to hear your personal opinion on the JuJu Suspension and how it compares to the other disciplinary…


Steelers Veterans Step Up To Keep The Peace Vs Bengals

This is a minor point in the overall discussion of the game but is the key difference in the rivalry between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals. The Steelers have veterans who can diffuse situations, keep a cool head, and make sure they don’t beat themselves. The Bengals do not….


Targeting Rule On The Agenda For 2018, Says Troy Vincent

I have frankly lost count of the number of player-safety rules changes that have come about pretty much directly because of the Pittsburgh Steelers. There was the Mel Blount rule. There was the Hines Ward rule. There was the Ryan Shazier rule. And you might as well call it the…


Game Rewind: Steelers Vs Bengals Notes

Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 23-20 comeback win over the Cincinnati Bengals Monday night. First Half – Kick return uni. Front five. Moats-Watt-Matakevich-Chickillo-Fort. Golden behind. Conner/Walton/Nix part of the “wedge.” Fitz/Bryant the returners. – Jerald Hawkins route alert. JERALD HAWKINS ROUTE ALERT pic.twitter.com/5CcVRfn9Xa — Alex Kozora (@Alex_Kozora) December 6,…