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NFL Combine Day Two: What To Watch For

Welcome back to Day Two of the NFL Combine. Today is jam packed with the rest of the offense with the quarterbacks, receivers, and tight ends all working out. So many notable players so let’s jump to what I’m looking for. Quarterbacks – On a broad level, you’re just looking…


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Steelers Film Room: Robert Golden Vs Cardinals

Will Allen has missed all but eight snaps over the past two weeks, and will be missing his second straight start tomorrow. Filling in for him in that span has been fourth-year safety Robert Golden, who is seeing by far the most extensive playing time in his career a year…


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Game Rewind: Steelers Vs Cardinals Game Notes

Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 25-13 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. First Half – Kick coverage unit from left to right: Shamarko Thomas–Robert Golden–Roosevelt Nix–Terence Garvin–Vince Williams–Chris Boswell–Sean Spence–Will Johnson–Antwon Blake–Darrius Heyward-Bey–Brandon Boykin. Nix is taking Ross Ventrone’s spot. – First play of the game. Sean Spence does a…


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Steelers Film Room: Arizona Cardinals’ Offensive Scouting Report

This year, Jon Ledyard and I will be collaborating our scouting reports. We’ll play to our strengths – he’ll be focusing on the individuals while I’ll be looking at overall scheme. These reports will be broken down into two articles, one for offense and one for defense. Our reports for…


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Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams Has An Explosive Past

The Pittsburgh Steelers will more than likely need three solid starts at the beginning of the 2015 season out of veteran running back DeAngelo Williams unless starter Le’Veon Bell has his suspension reduced via the appeal process. Even though he’s now on the wrong side of 30, Williams doesn’t have…


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Assessing The Steelers Alternatives: Running Back

As I’ve read through the site, I’ve seen many fans and fellow writers on social media express their desire for the Pittsburgh Steelers to bring in free agents to provide depth at a few key positions. This got me thinking. Are there really players available right now that fit what…


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Archer Looks To Have “McCluster-Like” Role In 2015

Much has been said about the Steelers’ third round draft choice in 2014 being spent on a role player in Dri Archer, but for comparisons sake, there is hope to be had. His stat line of 10 carries for 40 yards and 7 catches for 23 yards is inexcusable for…




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Is Pittsburgh’s Front Office Too Enamored By Speed?

We’ve all heard the cliche “speed kills” and on the football field, a tenth of a second can mean the difference between an 80-yard touchdown or a 2-yard gain. With their 2014 draft class full of explosive, speedy players, it’s food for thought as to whether the Pittsburgh Steelers front…


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Was RB Dri Archer In The 3rd Round A Wasted Pick?

With their third round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted the speedy 5-foot-8, 173 pound dynamo of a running back in Dri Archer. Turning the NFL Combine on fire with his blistering 40-yard dash time of 4.26, the second-fastest time since the NFL began measuring times…



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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: Cameron Heyward

Outside of some early struggles in defending the run, trying to contain Michael Vick, and one really bad pass play, the Pittsburgh Steelers defense actually had a pretty respectable game against the New York Jets. The home team only put up 20 points total, which was aided by four turnovers…


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Steelers vs Jets Film Review Lawrence Timmons

Outside of a rough season opener, Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons has been among the best linebackers in the league against the run over the course of the remainder of the season since then. Timmons has not had the most consistent season of his career in terms of his…


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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…