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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: James Harrison

What does it say about this Pittsburgh Steelers defense that the 36-year-old James Harrison is one of its best assets, after having been retired about a month and a half ago? Not that that is to take anything away from the success that the veteran has been able to find…


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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: Safety Inspection

One of the key issues that the Pittsburgh Steelers had defensively, particularly early on, last week against the New York Jets was a difficulty for the safeties to play the run successfully. Of course, this wasn’t entirely surprising, given that Troy Polamalu missed the game with an injury that he…


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Steelers vs Jets Game Rewind: Second Half

By Alex Kozora Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-13 loss to the hands of the New York Jets Sunday afternoon. Second Half – Ben Roethlisberger motions to Markus Wheaton to run vertically on his second INT but overshoots him. Leads to an INT as the deep safety closes on…


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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: Daniel McCullers

If you follow this site, then you’ve no doubt heard that rookie nose tackle Daniel McCullers is reportedly in line to make his first career start—assuming the Pittsburgh Steelers open in their base defense—on Monday night. If he does start, then that means nose tackle Steve McLendon will be sitting…


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Steelers vs Jets Second Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations from the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers in their 20-13 loss to the New York Jets. The Steelers managed to end the half recovering from a lost fumble after the Jets missed a field goal and the offense was able to drive the…


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Steelers vs Jets First Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations from the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers in their 20-13 loss to the New York Jets. The Jets gave Percy Harvin an end around on the first play of the game. Arthur Moats played too shallow of an angle and allowed Harvin to…


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Steelers Film Room: New York Jets Scouting Report

By Alex Kozora Brief scouting report of the New York Jets as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday afternoon. OFFENSE – Michael Vick certainly isn’t the elixir but he appears to be a stabilizing force that Geno Smith wasn’t. He’s still a threat with his legs and has gotten…


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Spare Change Sub-Packages Continue To Gain Prominence

By Matthew Marczi Partially ignited by the injury to inside linebacker Larry Foote, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau has acquiesced to the wishes of his free safety, Ryan Clark, by re-introducing the quarter sub-package into the defensive game plan, beginning with Robert Golden and Shamarko Thomas as the extra…


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Jason Worilds Ready To Step In If Needed

By Matthew Marczi Over the past couple years, the Pittsburgh Steelers were more often than not able to turn to Jason Worilds whenever they needed an injury replacement at outside linebacker, either for James Harrison or LaMarr Woodley. This year, he was supposed to take the next step and become…


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Breakdown Of Steelers LB Vince Williams Versus Jets

By Alex Kozora Breakdown of the play of Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Vince Williams against the New York Jets. CLICK ON ANY PICTURE TO ENLARGE First Drive Snaps: 3 Run: 3 Drop/Blitz: 0/0 Play-by-Play 1. 2nd and 1, 12:46 1st. Jets run Power O with Willie Colon pulling. Sheds the…


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Jets Injury Report: CB Antonio Cromartie Questionable; TE Kellen Winslow Suspended Four Games

The New York Jets have released their final injury report for their Sunday game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and they very well could be without the services of cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip, knee), who suffered a hyper-extended knee Thursday during goal line drills. Cromartie did not practice Friday and is…




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Why Isaac Redman Cannot Completely Replace Rashard Mendenhall

By Cian Fahey When Reggie Bush left New Orleans, the Saints made sure to bring in a player who matched his similar skill set despite already having some level of depth at the position. The Saints entered free agency last year, because of the lockout, with Mark Ingram, Pierre Thomas…