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Antonio Brown Reaches 500-Reception Mark In Second-Fewest Games

There has already been a ton written, and a ton to digest, about Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s big day on Sunday against the Broncos, during which he recorded 16 receptions for 189 yards and two touchdowns. Among those 16 receptions was the game-winning touchdown and a game-sealing third-down…


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Steelers Versus Bengals: Week 14 Projected Inactive List

The (7-5) Pittsburgh Steelers will play the (10-2) Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon and as usual, here is my weekly guess at what the seven-player inactive list might look like when it is released 90 minutes before kickoff. Mike Vick – Nothing new to see here as this should be the seventh game in a row that Vick is…


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DeAngelo Williams Cares About Wins And Rings, Not Stats

DeAngelo Williams has rushed for over 7500 yards and 50 touchdowns in his ten year career. But don’t bother telling him that. At 32, numbers are relevant. Only wins matter. “I’m at the point in my career where you can put up all the numbers you want to, you can…


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Haley Explains Reasoning Behind Deep Pass Attempts On 3rd And Short

If it seems like Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger takes quite a few deep shots down the field in third and short situations, it’s because he does. In fact, Roethlisberger is currently tied for the league-lead with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer for the most third down deep pass attempts…


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Steelers Film Room: Cincinnati Bengals’ Offensive Scouting Report

Just me doing the scouting reports for now. But like usual, a preview of the opponent this week – the Cincinnati Bengals. Cincinnati’s Running Game This is actually our first repeat opponent all season long. So there’s a little less to write about because it’s a team we’re already familiar…


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2015 NFL Week 13 Stats: Adjusted Net Yards Per Passing Attempt Differential

With four weeks of the 2015 NFL season remaining, the adjusted net yards per passing attempt differential stats now show that there are only six teams in the league with differentials greater than 1.0. Thanks to their resurgence over the course of the last three weeks, the defending NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks…