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Steelers vs Ravens Wildcard Round Film Review: Markus Wheaton

After getting off to a promising start in his career as a starting wide receiver in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2014 season opener, Markus Wheaton spent much of the rest of the year struggling to find consistency—consistency in his performance, consistency in his snap count, consistency in his relationship with his…





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Steelers Vs. Ravens Game Rewind – Second Half

Game notes for the final time of the 2014 season. The Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the Wildcard round of the playoffs. Second Half – I know it’s Robber coverage but Troy Polamalu is playing awfully shallow on 3rd and 14. Ends up focusing on a…


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Steelers Vs. Ravens Game Rewind – First Half

Game notes for the final time of the 2014 season. The Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the Wildcard round of the playoffs. First Half – Kick return unit. Front five: Arthur Moats, Vince Williams, Robert Golden, Terence Garvin, Shamako Thomas. Stephon Tuitt replacing the inactive Michael…



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Steelers Film Room: Steelers vs Ravens Sack Breakdown

Breaking down the five sacks allowed in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Wildcard loss to the Baltimore Ravens. 2nd and 10, 9:51 1st. Shotgun, 01 personnel. Steelers block with just their five lineman against a four man Ravens’ rush. Ben Roethlisberger’s first read is to hit Heath Miller on a quick out…




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Steelers Film Room: Baltimore Ravens Scouting Report

For tonight’s Wildcard matchup, your Baltimore Ravens’ scouting report as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. OFFENSE – Joe Flacco was a mess against the Houston Texans, completing under 50% of his passes and tossing three picks in his own territory. Problems start above the shoulders with #5. Poor read…


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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Cameron Heyward

It’s probably fair to say that defensive end Cameron Heyward emerged this season as the most consistent player that the Pittsburgh Steelers currently have on defense, and perhaps the player who makes the biggest impact on opposing offenses. Heyward led the team with 7.5 sacks, along with ample other pressures,…


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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Will Allen

For the past few seasons, whenever Troy Polamalu has been out, the Pittsburgh Steelers have, more often than not, had the good fortune to turn to Will Allen, the veteran safety who was once coached at his position by Mike Tomlin with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Allen did well enough…


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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Jason Worilds

In the minds of many, fifth-year Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Jason Worilds has too often this season been disappearing from games—especially if you line up his production against the salary that he made this season. Despite playing less games, Worilds finished his first full, uninterrupted season as a starter with…


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Steelers Vs. Bengals Game Rewind – Second Half

Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Second Half – Jason Worilds continued to flash in the run game. Takes on two blocks, sheds, and makes the tackle. Bengals love to pull and this is pretty much a Student Body Right play with three pullers….


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Steelers Vs. Bengals Game Rewind – First Half

Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. First Half – Kick return unit: Arthur Moats, Vince Williams, Robert Golden, Terence Garvin, Shamarko Thomas. Stephon Tuitt/Matt Spaeth, Cody Wallace/Will Johnson the wedge, and Josh Harris the upback for Markus Wheaton. – Steelers start the game off…


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Will A Knee Brace Slow Down Le’Veon Bell?

As the “BellWatch” continues, football analysts and Pittsburgh Steelers fans alike continue to monitor the Steelers all-purpose running back on an almost minute-to-minute basis.  On Monday, when Bell was reported to be limping badly, it seemed almost impossible that he would be on the field when the Steelers take on…



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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Maurkice Pouncey

For the fourth time in five seasons, Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey has earned himself Pro Bowl accolades, an honor that he certainly earned this year, especially considering the fact that he was coming off an ACL tear. Other than a few penalty concerns throughout the year, Pouncey put together…


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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Terence Garvin

While Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Terence Garvin may have only played a couple of snaps on defense this season—with very little success, I might add—he has been an integral part of the team’s special teams efforts this year. That was, after all, the reason he made the 53-man roster as a…


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Steelers Film Room: The Play That Won The AFC North

It was the AFC North clinching play – Antonio Brown’s 63 yard touchdown that vaulted the Pittsburgh Steelers over the Cincinnati Bengals. So you know we’re breaking this one down in the Steelers film room. Let’s dive right in. DOWN/DISTANCE: 3rd and 8 OFFENSIVE PERSONNEL: Posse (1 RB, 1 TE)…



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Ben Roethlisberger Passing Chart From Bengals Game

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Cincinnati Bengals 27-17 Sunday night at Heinz Field and below is the passing chart for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger from that game. As far as Roethlisberger’s deep pass attempts against the Bengals went, he was 2-of-7 (28.6%) on balls thrown 16 or more yards past the line of…


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Steelers vs Chiefs Film Review: Cameron Heyward

There’s not much sense in going on every week about how valuable Cameron Heyward is to this defense as one of the few truly consistent pieces on the unit that performs at a sustainably high level, because I take the time to break him down after just about every game….


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Steelers vs Chiefs Film Review: Lawrence Timmons

It really wouldn’t be quite accurate to say that veteran inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons, in his eighth season, has had his best year, though some credit must be given for working with a turnstile pairing alongside him, which occasionally has him swapping roles from the buck to the mack. Nevertheless,…