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Steelers Film Room: Artie Burns Vs Eagles

When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted first-round cornerback Artie Burns, they understood that his skill set was raw and required refining. They said as much after they drafted him, knowing full well that the value of his selection rested much more on the future potential rather than the current product. It…


Steelers Film Room: Sean Davis Vs Eagles

You may notice a pattern here, as it seems that I’ve chosen a number of players for further film study from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ loss to the Eagles who are unlikely to be able to play on Sunday. Next on deck is rookie safety Sean Davis, who actually spent most…


Steelers Film Room: B.J. Finney Vs Eagles

I was all set to get excited about B.J. Finney making his first career start before the news broke yesterday that he suffered a finger injury during practice that seems likely to keep him out of Sunday’s game. But he still got a long look on the field earlier this…


Steelers Film Room: Robert Golden Vs Bengals

One thing that strikes me as odd, and yet at the same time as a good thing, is the fact that we really haven’t discussed much, if at all, the early stages of the beginning of Pittsburgh Steelers fifth-year safety Robert Golden’s career as a full-time starter. And yet, more…


Steelers Film Room: David Johnson Vs Bengals

In hindsight, it certainly appears to be a good thing that the Pittsburgh Steelers made the decision, which many seemed to believe as a mere afterthought, to bring back tight end David Johnson, whom they originally drafted in 2009, and who played in Pittsburgh until 2013 before spending two seasons…


Steelers Film Room: Jesse James Vs Bengals

Somehow is feels like more, but Pittsburgh Steelers current starting tight end Jesse James caught three passes for 29 yards yesterday against the Bengals. The impact of his three catches certainly felt as though it were more significant, yet only one of them even came on second down. He was…


Steelers Film Room: Robert Golden Vs Broncos

One thing that first-year defensive coordinator Keith Butler has shown in his debut in that role is a willingness to be adaptable, to experiment, to tweak. One of the late-season changes that the Pittsburgh Steelers adapted to counteract passing offense was to start using more dime defense and taking Lawrence…


Steelers Film Room: Stephon Tuitt Vs Broncos

Much was expected of Stephon Tuitt in his second season, and for good reason, as he was a second-round pick with a potential first-round pedigree after declaring as a true junior. He entered the starting lineup late in his rookie season, and he was expected to make great strides this…


Steelers Film Room: Jarvis Jones Vs Broncos

The Pittsburgh Steelers got three sacks out of third-year outside linebacker Jarvis Jones this season, including a key strip sack in the Wildcard game that helped put the team over the top of their division rivals and secure their first postseason win in five years. Sack totals are, of course,…


Steelers Film Room: Fitzgerald Toussaint Vs Broncos

It’s probably safe to say that Fitzgerald Toussaint’s season with the Pittsburgh Steelers will be best remembered for, if not defined by, his fumble in the fourth quarter of the Divisional round game against the Broncos, off of which Denver produced the 65-yard game-winning touchdown drive. That particular play doesn’t…


Steelers Film Room: Steve McLendon Vs Broncos

Nose tackle Steve McLendon certainly gets talked about an awful lot for a player who, by percentage, doesn’t see a great deal of playing time, given that the Pittsburgh Steelers have resorted to spending most of their time in sub-packages. The veteran nose tackle logged 379 snaps during the regular…


Steelers Film Room: Sammie Coates Vs Broncos

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie wide receiver Sammie Coates was only active for a few games during his rookie season, and the only three games during the regular season in which he saw any playing time were in the three games after Tyler Murphy was sent down to the practice squad and…


Steelers Film Room: Matt Spaeth Vs Broncos

Outside of a brief stop over in Chicago for a couple of seasons, Matt Spaeth had made for a solid one-two tight end combination for the Pittsburgh Steelers with Heath Miller since the 2007 season, when Spaeth was selected in the third round as the first offensive player drafted in…