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Steelers’ Futures Report: S Ray Vinopal

With a look to the offseason, the Pittsburgh Steelers are in the process of shaping their summer roster. They re-signed nearly everyone on their practice squad, sans Tyler Murphy, to future deals that can keep this players through camp. They also added several players from outside the organization, as is…


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Steelers Finish Season Ranked 6th In Special Teams

The Dallas News’ Rick Gosselin has been producing his own special teams rankings for years. He takes 22 different categories, gives points for each, and then compiles them into one final ultimate ranking. The Pittsburgh Steelers finished a very respectable 6th in 2015 with 316 points, where in like golf, the lower the…







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AFC Playoff Picture: A Steelers Fan’s Rooting Guide To NFL Week 14

The (7-5) Pittsburgh Steelers will play the (10-2) Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon on the road in what figures to be a great AFC North matchup. Even though the Steelers still control their own playoff destiny right now, it doesn’t mean that we won’t be doing some scoreboard watching on this…


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Steelers Film Room: Smash Concept

Revisiting a concept we’ve talked about in the past. A core one we see in practically every team’s playbook and is the quintessential Cover 2 beater in the NFL. It’s the smash concept, and the Pittsburgh Steelers ran it early in Sunday’s win over the Indianapolis Colts. For a refresher,…


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Former Steelers Special Teams Coach Fired By Chargers

The San Diego Chargers announced the firing of special teams’ coordinator Kevin Spencer today. We've parted ways with Special Teams Coordinator Kevin Spencer. MORE: https://t.co/q81B1lt07L pic.twitter.com/miGtNKSJY5 — San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) December 2, 2015 It’s worth writing because Spencer served as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ coach in the same position from 2002…


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Steelers Film Room: Snag Concept

We’ve written a lot about the effectiveness of being able to use the same concept in different ways. And one that frankly is necessary for any successful offensive coordinator in the NFL. And the Pittsburgh Steelers’ two point conversion play Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks reminded me of that philosophy….