Steelers Vs. Dolphins 2016 Week 6: Game Time, Line, Weather, TV, Injuries & Radio Schedule

2016 Week 6 Pittsburgh Steelers (4-1) vs. Miami Dolphins (1-4) Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET Site: Hard Rock Stadium (64,500) • Miami Gardens, Fla. Playing Surface: Grass (PAT) TV Coverage: CBS (locally KDKA-TV, channel 2) Announcers: Spero Dedes (play-by-play), Solomon Wilcots (color analyst), Chris Fischer (sideline) Local Radio: Steelers Radio Network…


Fowler: Coates Expected To Be Active Sunday

Minor update on Sammie Coates from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. Fowler has reported Coates is expected to be active tomorrow but his snap count is unclear. Steelers WR Sammie Coates (hand/finger) expected to be active Sunday at Miami, per source, but usage unknown. https://t.co/yGTJK1W0I1 — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) October 15, 2016…


Steelers Versus Dolphins: Week 6 Projected Inactive List

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Miami Dolphins Sunday on the road and the game might include some rain and wind. As usual, I will attempt to project the Steelers seven inactives for Sunday’s contest and with so many players ruled out on the Friday injury report, only one remaining spot really needs to…


Steelers Spin: Week Six Rants And Ramblings

The Pittsburgh Steelers head into Miami to face the Dolphins on Sunday with the anticipated outcome to be all sunshine and beaches. So why does something smell fishy? It’s that familiarly sheepish mood of Steelers Nation regarding games against 1-4 foes like the Dolphins that inspire a collective baaaaaddd feeling…


Several Steelers Making Trip Home Sunday

Technically, it’s an away game for Pittsburgh. But for many on the roster, Miami is where they call home. Florida is an NFL hotbed and the Steelers’ roster is no exception. Artie Burns, Antonio Brown, and Eli Rogers are all from Miami and have talked about their upbringing throughout the…


Steelers Sign WR Cobi Hamilton Off Practice Squad; Waive CB Al-Hajj Shabazz

As expected, the Pittsburgh Steelers made a transaction on Saturday and included them signing a wide receiver off of their practice squad. Signed to the 53-man roster on Saturday was wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, who has been on the team’s practice squad all season. To make room for Hamilton on the…


Karlos Williams Looking To Show Steelers He’s More Than Just A Name

It’s hard to argue that being Vince Williams’ little brother didn’t play some role being signed. But Karlos Williams is looking to show the Pittsburgh Steelers he’s more than just a product of nepotism. “That’s my big brother,” he told reporters via Steelers.com. “My big brother has been taking care…


How Markus Wheaton’s Production Affects The Steelers Offense

Fresh off an offseason that saw Mohammed Sanu and Marvin Jones score big money deals, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Markus Wheaton looked to do the same. The cards began to fall in Wheaton’s favor early with the suspension of Martavis Bryant, retirement of Heath Miller and injury to Ladarius Green….


Pass Protection On The Rise In Pittsburgh

By any reasonable standard, the Pittsburgh Steelers have been among the best offensive teams in the league in 2016, even with a horrendous three-point outlier accounting for 20 percent of their games up to this point in the year. And it should not be ignored that one of the chief…


Steelers Film Room: T Chris Hubbard Vs Jets

Pittsburgh Steelers backup offensive lineman Chris Hubbard made his first career start in Sunday’s win over the New York Jets and overall the former undrafted free agent represented himself extremely well at right tackle in place of injured starter Marcus Gilbert. In this film room post, we’ll take a look…


Steelers Film Room: Jarvis Jones Vs Jets

Fourth-year Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Jarvis Jones doesn’t have a lot of supporters in his corner defending him these days—nor has he since he first took the field for the team—but such is life for a first-round draft pick who does not live up to his pedigree, and I’m certain…


Expect Eli Rogers To See High Target Rate In Miami

Pittsburgh Steelers second-year wide receiver Eli Rogers has already missed a lot of time this season—in fact, roughly half of the year, considering that he went down with an injury in the third quarter of their third game of five games played—but he is expected to slide back into his…



Steelers Vs Dolphins X Factor: David DeCastro

Giving some love to the offensive line today. David DeCastro’s season has been a little flighty, though certainly not because of him resting on his laurels after getting paid as some contend, but he’s bounced back nicely the last two weeks. He’ll need another strong performance tomorrow afternoon against the…