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Steelers vs Titans Film Review: James Harrison

As I detailed yesterday morning, James Harrison found himself in the starting lineup at right outside linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night for the first time since 2012, playing about three quarters of the snaps at the expense of Arthur Moats, and I believe that is how he will be finishing up the […]

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Steelers vs Titans Film Review: Daniel McCullers

Rookie nose tackle Daniel McCullers made his first career start on Monday night against the Tennessee Titans, and fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers were naturally excited about it. He was an intriguing prospect from the beginning if only due to his sheer size, which certainly makes the performance worthy of review, even if it only […]

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Steelers Vs. Titans Game Rewind – First Half

By Alex Kozora First half game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers Week 11 27-24 win over the Tennessee Titans. First Half – Kick return unit. Front five. Terence Garvin, Antwon Blake, Vince Williams, Arthur Moats, and Robert Golden. Followed up by the usual suspects. Michael Palmer/Matt Spaeth, Cody Wallace/Will Johnson forming the wedge. The return […]

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James Harrison Seems Poised To Finish As A Starter

Although nobody seems to care (neither Pro Football Focus nor the league’s official statistics list it), James Harrison made his first career start for the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2012 on Monday night against the Tennessee Titans, dropping in coverage as he watched William Gay return an interception for a touchdown. To drive the point home, […]

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Steelers vs Titans First Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations from the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Monday night. The first observation is obvious: the Steelers may have finally found a return man in Markus Wheaton. I don’t think any other Steelers returner has even been able to bring the ball […]

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Ross Ventrone Getting Back Up To Speed On Special Teams

Safety Ross Ventrone was a fringe roster hopeful last year when he signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, hoping to earn his keep on special teams. A missed play or two during the preseason quashed any hopes of making the team in 2013, however, not to mention the fact that the Steelers already had four safeties […]

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Steelers Offense Escapes Another Road Nightmare With Fourth Quarter Surge

For only the second time all season, the Pittsburgh Steelers offense scored more than 13 points away from Heinz Field. It was also only the second road game—out of six—in which the team as a whole produced more than 17 points, let alone 27 points. More than half of those 27 points last night came […]

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Bell Tolls For 200 Plus In Steelers In 27-24 Win Over Titans

Running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for a career-high 204 yards on 33 carries and the Pittsburgh Steelers overcame a 24-13 deficit to beat the Tennessee Titans 27-24 Monday night at LP Field in Nashville. Bell is now the 4th different player in franchise history to eclipse 200 rushing yards in a game and the first […]

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Steelers Film Room: Tennessee Titans Scouting Report

By Alex Kozora Scouting report on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Monday night opponent, the Tennessee Titans. OFFENSE – The Titans are one of two teams in the NFL with a rookie quarterback and running back – Zach Mettenberger at QB and Bishop Sankey at RB. The Minnesota Vikings are the other with Teddy Bridgewater and Jerrick […]

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2014 NFL Scouting Combine – Sunday Notes On Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Running Backs

By Alex Kozora Notes from the second day of workouts at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs worked out Sunday. Nothing too in-depth. Just some musings. Bear in mind tape, the interview process, and medical, are all far more important than the events themselves. Maintaining perspective when watching the Combine […]

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NFL’s “Pandora’s Box” Continues To Deplete The College Football Ranks

By Dave-Te Thomas, The NFL Draft Report Editor As of Friday, the league had ninety-eight underclassmen confident in their ability to play at the next level. That list does not include four other underclassmen that have already graduated ahead of schedule. Like most of the recent drafts, scouts are anticipating that a good portion of […]

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The Good, Bad And Ugly Among 2014 Draft Prospects

By Dave-Te Thomas, The NFL Draft Report Editor The NFL Draft Report staff bases their rankings according to professional projections, and not where they might be selected in the draft. Here is an early look on who we feel is the best, most underrated and most overrated at each position among draft eligible players; THE […]

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