Week Seven Steelers Vs Chiefs Second Half Notes And Observations

The Pittsburgh Steelers fell short in their comeback attempt Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, ultimately losing the first start of Landry Jones’ career by a score of 23-13. Below are my notes and observations from the first half of the game. The Steelers entered the second half trailing 9-3…


Week Seven Steelers Vs Chiefs First Half Notes And Observations

The Pittsburgh Steelers fell short in their comeback attempt Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, ultimately losing the first start of Landry Jones’ career by a score of 23-13. Below are my notes and observations from the first half of the game. The Steelers wanted to get Jones on track…




Report: Steelers Work Out Two Cornerbacks

The Pittsburgh Steelers continue their open invitation to cornerbacks, adding Bill Bentley to the list, who worked out for the team today according to ESPN’s Adam Caplan. Former #Lions CB Bill Bentley continued to his workout tour Tuesday with the #Steelers. — Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) October 28, 2015 The fourth…


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Gil Brandt Thinks Steelers Should Trade For Cowboys G Ronald Leary

NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt has been around the game of football for a long time and while I still like to read his work and listen to him on SiriusXM NFL Radio, a Wednesday trade that he suggested the Pittsburgh Steelers make ahead of the deadline shows that…


Patriots Sign Former Steelers S Ross Ventrone To Their Practice Squad

A few weeks ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers parted ways with safety Ross Ventrone in order to make room on their 53-man roster for wide receiver Martavis Bryant after he had served his four-game suspension. On Wednesday, Ross Ventrone was signed to the practice squad of the New England Patriots. The…


Steelers Film Room: Week 7 Defensive Sack Review

Entering the game against Kansas City on Sunday, the Steelers pass rush was expected to be a handful for a struggling Chiefs offensive line, even without Stephon Tuitt in the lineup. But instead the Pittsburgh front seven struggled to generate pressure early, finally resorting to some creativity to get to…


Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict Not Expected To Return Against Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday at Heinz Field and by the sound of things, Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict still won’t be healthy enough to play in that game. According to Paul Dehner Jr. of Cincinnati.com, Burfict, who has been on the Bengals Reserve/PUP list…



Roethlisberger: “I Don’t Want To Think About The Injury”

Should he play, Ben Roethlisberger wants his mind on the Cincinnati Bengals. Not his knee. That’s what he told reporters Wednesday morning when asked if there was a chance his knee injury would be in the back of his mind when he finally takes the field. “You can’t afford [to…


Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions: 2015 Week Seven

The Pittsburgh Steelers 2015 rendition heads toward the middle of the season appearing to be a middle-of-the road team following their disappointing 23-13 setback to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers now have an underwhelming 4-3 record, with the worst of it being all three of their losses are in…


DeAngelo Williams Fined For “Find The Cure” Eye Black

Another week, another story centered around a Pittsburgh Steelers’ eye black. DeAngelo Williams has been fined for wearing his “Fine The Cure” eye black, according to a tweet sent out by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. NFL fined DeAngelo Williams $5,787 for 'Find the Cure' eye black – he's been wearing it for…


Heath Miller Told Antonio Brown To Stop Complaining About Not Getting The Ball

With Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back on the field this weekend, wide receiver Antonio Brown probably won’t have much to complain about. If, however, Brown decides to go the childish route again moving forward, another veteran offensive player probably won’t be happy with him. According to Gerry Dulac of…


Person And Player, Alejandro Villanueva Is One Of A Kind

There is a long pause on the other end of the phone. Andy Guyader struggles to search for the words that adequately describe Alejandro Villanueva as a person. His career arc is equally unparalleled. Few people know Villanueva better than Guyader. He was Army’s wide receiver coach in 2009, his…