Ben Roethlisberger

Cobi Hamilton: ‘We’re All Number Two’ Receivers

As I wrote about yesterday, one of the storylines that we might find ourselves in during Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Patriots is who the Steelers are going to get to step up for them outside of their primarily playmakers, namely wide receiver Antonio Brown…






Pouncey On Big Ben: ‘I Love Him More Than Anything’

We’re all stressed out this week. First crack at an AFC Title game since 2010 with the Pittsburgh Steelers traveling to, of all the places, dreaded New England. To hopefully put a smile on your face, I present to you the ongoing bromance between Ben Roethlisberger and Maurkice Pouncey. Pouncey…



Edelman Claims Comments About Steelers Were Taken Out Of Context

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman made an interesting remark to a local radio station about the Pittsburgh Steelers after wide receiver Antonio Brown posted his live locker room video following the Steelers Sunday’s night game against the Kansas City Chiefs. On Wednesday, Edelman was asked during his media…


Roethlisberger On Edelman’s Poke At Steelers: ‘We’ve Got The Trophies Out There’

On Monday, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was asked about the controversial video that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown streamed live on Facebook following the teams’ Sunday win over the Kansas City Chiefs that included head coach Mike Tomlin using some colorful language during his post-game address…


Steelers Vs Chiefs Game Notes

Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the Kansas City Chiefs. First Half – Kick return unit. Front five: Tyler Matakevich-Jordan Dangerfield-Vince Williams-Arthur Moats-L.J. Fort. Sean Davis behind. Roosevelt Nix/David Johnson/L.T. Walton the wedge, Justin Gilbert and Sammie Coates the returners. – Hank to start. Got the offense back…



Sixth Consecutive Rematch Game Separates Steelers From Super Bowl

If there is one thing that the Pittsburgh Steelers have done particularly well this year, it has been making sure to take care of business against opponents that they have already previously faced earlier during the course of the season. They have so far faced five teams multiple times, and…


Steelers Not Preparing For More Red-Zone Failure In Foxboro

The Pittsburgh Steelers became the first team in NFL postseason history to win a game while scoring two fewer touchdowns than their opponents, and they did so on the strength of an NFL postseason-record six field goals, toppling the Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium by a margin of 18-16 after narrowly…