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Film Room: Keith Butler Refuses To Keep It Vanilla In Opener

I know, I know. The talks of the offseason has been about those two magic words: man coverage. I promise we’ll get to that later in the week. But two things stuck out in last night’s Pittsburgh Steelers’ win. Keith Butler wasn’t keeping it vanilla and the fire zones which…


Joshua Dobbs Shows Why Landry Jones Is Still The Backup

In a year in which there were some—perhaps many—who worried that the quality of talent at the quarterback position during the draft was dubious at best, we certainly saw a number of encouraging performances from some of the top names that came off the board, including Mitchell Trubisky, Patrick Mahomes,…


Steelers Vs. Giants: Player Snap Counts – Preseason Game 1

The initial snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Friday night preseason opening win against the New York Giants are now in and here’s a few observations along with all the numbers. We will verify the counts during our weekly play charting. O-line – The starting offensive line from left to…


Martavis Bryant Confirms He’ll Practice Sunday

I know this is such an obvious statement but when we waited for what felt like forever for the NFL to quit dragging their feet, it’s worth shouting from the rooftops. Speaking with reporters following last night’s win, Martavis Bryant confirmed he’ll be practicing with the team Sunday. And naturally,…


Jake McGee Looks To Clear His Way To A Roster Spot

Jake McWho? Why, it’s Jake McGee, the rookie free agent tight end who helped power the Pittsburgh Steelers offense to a game-sealing touchdown in the second half of their victory last night during the preseason opener against the Giants. Or did you miss it? McGee, who has only been in…





Veteran Arthur Moats Does What He Needs To Against Giants’ Depth

If you are among those pulling for eighth-year veteran outside linebacker Arthur Moats to reclaim his spot on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 53-man roster this year, then tonight was a good one for you—even if it comes with a bit of a caveat. The seemingly fifth-string edge rusher recorded an interception…


Making The 53: A How-To By Mike Hilton

If there were just one player from the deep roster that was the most intriguing to get a look at tonight, I think that many would have said Mike Hilton, the first-year former undrafted free agent cornerback who spent some time on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice squad late last year….


Steelers vs Giants: Winners And Losers

I missed these lists. Missed football. Both are back tonight, highlighting the winners/losers in the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-12 win against the New York Giants. Winners T.J. Watt: Though his two sacks were some of the easier he’ll ever get, as Mike Tomlin admitted, sacks are still sacks. He nearly recorded…





Interview: How The Steelers Nearly Passed Up Drafting Jack Lambert

Bringing you another Pittsburgh Steelers’ interview courtesy of our good friend Ron Lippock of the Pittsburgh Sports Daily Bulletin. Today, Have a fascinating interview today with former Steelers’ coach Woody Widenhofer, who served as the linebackers coach and eventually defensive coordinator from 1973 to 1983. The two discuss what made Chuck Noll such a great coach,…