Daniel McCullers

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…


Steelers Vs. Chiefs: Player Snap Counts – Divisional Round Week

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in a Divisional Round playoff game Sunday and when you look at the snap counts from that contest a few notable things stick out. For starters, tackle Chris Hubbard only played 3 snaps on offense against the Chiefs this week as an…


Steelers Spin: Wildcard Playoffs Rants And Ramblings

This is it. Make no mistake where you are. The Pittsburgh Steelers are in the Wildcard Round of the NFL playoffs. They face the Miami Dolphins, a team pretty much everybody except for T.D., their official mascot, expects to lose to the Steelers. After all, the Dolphins are uni-dimensional on…


Film Room: L.T. Walton Steps Up

While Stephon Tuitt is expected to return to the starting lineup for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ricardo Mathews has been ruled out for Sunday’s Wildcard game against the Dolphins, which means that second-year defensive end L.T. Walton is going to continue to play a major role for Pittsburgh’s defensive front. When…




Depth Tested, Starters Rested Heading Into Postseason

In the days leading up to the ‘meaningless’ regular-season finale for the Pittsburgh Steelers, there was some debate among the faithful over the merits of resting starters generally, as well as many particularly starters specifically. In the end, the team ended up resting four starters on offense, another on defense,…


Steelers Film Room: DT Daniel McCullers Comes Up Big In Win Over Browns

In the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday win over the Cleveland Browns, defensive tackle Daniel McCullers was forced to play a large amount of snaps as not only did defensive end Stephon Tuitt sit out the game, fellow defensive linemen Ricardo Mathews and Javon Hargrave both exited the contest with injuries. McCullers…


Steelers Refuse To Lose In Finale With Winning Streak At Stake

You may have noticed in watching today’s game that, while the Pittsburgh Steelers certainly took the opportunity to rest a number of healthy starters and kept pretty much everybody dealing with injuries out, by no means were they content to end their season heading into the playoffs with a loss…


Stats Of The Weird: Steelers Vs Browns

New Year, new weird. – Despite the win, the Pittsburgh Steelers gave up 231 yards rushing to the Cleveland Browns today. Only once have they ever allowed that many yards on the ground and still found a way to get a W. The year of the Immaculate Reception, appropriate since…


Steelers Versus Browns: Week 17 Projected Inactive List

The (10-5) Pittsburgh Steelers will host the (1-14) Cleveland Browns on Sunday at Heinz Field to close out their 2016 regular season. With the AFC North and No. 3 seed in the conference already locked up, the Steelers will play a lot of their younger players against the Browns. In…



Steelers D-Line Reserves Tested, Tried, But Held Up Against Ravens

The Pittsburgh Steelers entered the season with six defensive linemen. They lost their best one along the way, and by Sunday, they were down their other veteran starter, counting upon the services of two rookies—one undrafted—a banged up journeyman free agent, and two late-round picks from 2014 and 2015 in…


Film Room: Big Snaps For Big Dan At Goal Line

I’m spending a good portion of my film studies this week taking a good look at some of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive linemen, and for good reason. Not just because they had to play a big role in Sunday’s game against the Bengals, but because they will likely have to…


Steelers’ Wounded D-Line Must Brace For Improved Ravens Rushing Attack

Technically speaking—or should I say, statistically speaking—the Baltimore Ravens have not been a good running team on offense this year. In fact, they rank 28th in the league in averaging just 90.6 rushing yards per game. The Pittsburgh Steelers, in comparison rank 12th in that category, having averaged 111.7 rushing…