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Film Room: Artie Gets Burned In Detroit

Lots of plays to dig into in today’s series of film studies so let’s just dig right in. The first one highlights the play of Artie Burns, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ second-year cornerback, who had himself something of an adventurous game, including a dive into the frightening world of run support….


Film Room: Chris Hubbard Has Proven His Value

I have to admit that in a weird way I am appreciative of the fact that Marcus Gilbert’s absence for the bulk of the season has given me an opportunity to really look long and hard at fourth-year offensive lineman Chris Hubbard, who has been the Pittsburgh Steelers’ primary man…


Film Room: Justin Hunter Gets A Shot

We have not spent a whole lot of time this season discussing wide receiver Justin Hunter, in his first season with the Pittsburgh Steelers after spending time with three different teams a year ago. He has spent most of the year functioning as the sixth wide receiver, a frequent gameday…


Film Room: Mike Mitchell Limps Into Second Half

I noticed an odd comment earlier this week in response to one of the articles we wrote. I don’t recall which article, or who said it, but one commenter was bemoaning the fact that Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell somehow always manages to escape criticism. After doing a real-life double-take,…


Film Room: Matt Feiler Debuts On Offense

It is generally not a good thing when a player that virtually nobody back in June thought had any hope of making the 53-man roster is called upon to enter a game. But that is where the Pittsburgh Steelers found themselves with Matt Feiler checking in at the 5:51 minute…


Film Room: Hey-Bey Has A Day On Special Teams

Ordinarily, I don’t need much of an excuse in order to write an article or two about Darrius Heyward-Bey, who is at this point the second-longest-tenured wide receiver on the team behind Antonio Brown. Martavis Bryant was drafted was drafted in the same year, but, well—you know. He kind of…






Film Room: Mike Hilton Continues Solid First Season

I think almost everybody’s favorite player on the Pittsburgh Steelers at this point is Roosevelt Nix. But for the rest, their favorite seems to be Mike Hilton, their first-year starter at nickel back, a former undrafted free agent whom they originally signed to the practice squad at the end of…


Film Room: Tyson Alualu Holding Down The Fort

The Pittsburgh Steelers wanted to bring in a player of the caliber of somebody like Tyson Alualu this offseason for precisely the sort of scenario that they have been dealing with for most of the season, with a starter down along the line. Of course, they also want to be…