Watch: Recapping Steelers Vs Eagles

I know you probably don’t want to, work somehow looks like the more appealing option right now, but if you’re interested in hearing my thoughts on how and why the Pittsburgh Steelers got blown out Sunday afternoon, you can hear them in the video below. As always, feel free to chime in…


Bounceback Game For Antonio Brown Doesn’t Show Up On Scoreboard

I hope that Antonio Brown is happy with yesterday’s game, because, at the bare minimum, if nothing else, he got his wish of seeing the ball more. Unofficially, he had 19 targets during the game, though that include an official ‘no play’ target, on which he drew a defensive pass…


AFC North Week 3 Recap: Lone Win By Ravens Has Them Alone At The Top

The Baltimore Ravens were the only AFC North team to win on Sunday and as a result they will now enter Week 4 all alone at the top of the division with a perfect 3-0 record. Ravens kicker Justin Tucker kicked four field goals in Sunday’s 19-17 win over the…


Steelers Vs. Eagles: Player Snap Counts – Week 3

The Pittsburgh Steelers lost 34-3 to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and now enter Week 4 of the 2016 regular season with a record of 2-1. The initial snap counts from the Week 3 road game are now in and as usual, here is a recap of the notable numbers…


Business Is Boomin’ In The Factory Of Sadness, OH

If you’re feeling bad today about the fact that the Pittsburgh Steelers are 2-1 after they dropped a pitiful game yesterday evening to the Eagles in a 31-point loss, think of it this way: at least you’re not rooting for the Cleveland Browns. Though they managed to score 24 points,…




Top 10 Game-Defining Plays In The Steelers Week 3 Loss To The Eagles

A countdown of the defining plays in the Week 3 game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles. 10 – “The inside track” – On 3rd & 12 with 46 seconds left in the first quarter, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz converted on a deep in route to wide receiver…


Eagles Screen Game YACed All Over The Steelers Defense On Sunday

After getting blown out Sunday by the Philadelphia Eagles on the road, the Pittsburgh Steelers certainly have enough bad tape to keep them busy for the next couple of days. While the Steelers offense certainly didn’t do their part on Sunday, the defense managed to allow 34 points in addition to 426…


Stats Of The Weird: Steelers Vs Eagles

Stats of the weird. Stats of the sad. Today, they’re all the same. – Let’s start with the score. 34-3. It’s the Philadelphia Eagles’ biggest margin of victory against the Steelers since 1965; ironically enough, the same year Pittsburgh last won in Philadelphia. When the Steelers hosted Philly that year,…


Gut Reactions: Steelers Vs. Eagles – Week 3

7 gut reactions from the Pittsburgh Steelers week 3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles: 1 – Guard David DeCastro had a tough day on Sunday. The blocked field goal on the Steelers first drive came through DeCastro’s gap. He also gave up back to back sacks in the third quarter,…


Series Of Unfortunate Events Leads To Worst Loss In Decades

It is hard to imagine a game in recent Pittsburgh Steelers memory in which a higher percentage of the sum total of all things that could go wrong actually went wrong. The team went into the third game of the season averaging 31 points per game on offense, while allowing…


Markus Wheaton Bobbles First Chance Back From Injury

The Pittsburgh Steelers were hoping that the return of wide receiver Markus Wheaton would help round their offense into form a bit more after averaging 31 points per game through the first two weeks. Not only did the offense struggle as a whole, however, but Wheaton also proved to be…


Steelers Suffer Several Injuries In Embarrassing Loss To Eagles

The Pittsburgh Steelers were blown out by the Philadelphia Eagles 34-3 on Sunday and if that wasn’t enough, the team also suffered several injuries during the game. During his post game press conference, head coach Mike Tomlin recapped the health of his team. According to Tomlin, linebacker Ryan Shazier re-aggregated…


Steelers Don’t Feel The Love, Play As Well As Your Brother, Lose 34-3

(Ed note: This is my attempted “Brotherly Love” joke. But it can’t possibly be any worse than what you saw earlier today). The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to the home of the Philedelphia Eagles Sunday afternoon to take on rookie Carson Wentz and co. Although the headlines swirled around Pittsburgh’s dismal record…