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Big Ben And AB Could Tie A 35-Year-Old Franchise Record Today

With his touchdown catch against the Cowboys on a fake spike play, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tied Roethlisberger’s own record that he set with tight end Heath Miller for the second-most touchdown receptions between a quarterback and a pass catcher in NFL history. It…



Steelers’ Defense Ranks Among NFL’s Worst At Limiting Opposing Offense’s Big Three

Sunday’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys was forty seconds away from being written as ‘the turning point’ of the Pittsburgh Steelers season. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s “Watch Me” soundbite from earlier in the week accompanied by his fake spike go-ahead touchdown pass was the storybook turnaround Pittsburgh had been waiting for….


Video: Snoop Dogg Not Impressed By Steelers’ Defensive Backs

As you can probably imagine, Snoop Dogg wasn’t very happy about the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday loss to the Dallas Cowboys. “[Expletive] Steelers let me down. Since [Troy] Polamalu left, our DBs … very, very skeptical,” the famous rap artist said in a video that was posted on TMZ. For starters,…


Third-Down Display Dogs Steelers En Route To Defensive Rout

When you allow a team to score 35 points, there is a tendency to assume that there are a variety of causes that produced that effect, and in the case of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 35-30 loss yesterday at the hands of the 8-1 Cowboys, that would certainly, in my estimation…



Gut Reactions: Steelers Vs Cowboys Week 10

These are some of my gut reactions after watching the Pittsburgh Steelers grasp defeat from the jaws of victory in Week 10 against the Dallas Cowboys. – I’m a fan of going for 2-point conversions. Historically and statistically, Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers’ offense have been good at converting them….


Steelers Vs. Cowboys: 7 Keys To Victory – Week 10

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the (7-1) Dallas Cowboys Sunday at Heinz Field and will be attempting to break a three-game losing streak. Below are seven things that I believe the team will need to do in order to come away with their fifth win of the season against a…


Week 10 Steelers Vs Cowboys – What To Watch For

The Pittsburgh Steelers are riding a three-game losing streak, the longest slide that they have faced since they began the 2013 season going 0-4 in the first four games. They ended up starting the first half of that season 2-6, but went 6-2 in the season half of the year…


Steelers Vs. Cowboys 2016 Week 10: Game Time, Line, Weather, TV, Injuries & Radio Schedule

2016 Week 10 Dallas Cowboys (7-1) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-4) Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET Site: Heinz Field (68,400) • Pittsburgh, Pa. Playing Surface: Natural Grass TV Coverage: FOX (locally WPGH-TV, channel 53) Announcers: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (color analyst), Erin Andrews (sideline) Local Radio: Steelers Radio Network – WDVE-FM…


Cowboys Injury Report: G Ronald Leary, T Tyron Smith End Week As Questionable

The Dallas Cowboys have now released their Friday injury report ahead of Sunday’s game at Heinz Field against the Pittsburgh Steelers and it includes just two players listed as out for that contest. Not surprisingly, safety Barry Church (forearm) and cornerback Morris Claiborne (groin) were the players ruled out on Friday as both are…


Cowboys Injury Report: G Ronald Leary Remains Sidelined Thursday

The Dallas Cowboys have now released their Thursday injury report ahead of Sunday’s game at Heinz Field against the Pittsburgh Steelers and it’s exactly like the one the team released on Wednesday. Not practicing again on Thursday were safety Barry Church (forearm), cornerback Morris Claiborne (groin), guard Ronald Leary (concussion),…


Cowboys Injury Report: G Ronald Leary Unable To Practice Wednesday

The Dallas Cowboys will play the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at Heinz Field and their first injury report of Week 10 shows that four players failed to practice on Wednesday. Sitting out Wednesday’s practice were tackle Tyron Smith (back), guard Ronald Leary (concussion), safety Barry Church (forearm), and cornerback Morris Claiborne…


Bayless Says Cowboys’ Trio Is Better Than Steelers’; Thinks Elliott Will Best Bell In 2016

On Wednesday I passed along the rankings of the league’s best offensive trios that Bill Barnwell of ESPN.com put together and that included him having the Pittsburgh Steelers threesome of Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell sitting No. 1 overall. On the Thursday morning edition of ‘First Take’, analysts Skip…