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Moats Wonders If Manning Brothers Went Over Fake-Slide-Throw Play

On Wednesday, former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning managed to break away from his busy commercial schedule to visit his younger brother Eli Manning. During his visit to New York, the elder Manning reportedly gave his sibling a few tips on how the New York Giants should attack the Pittsburgh Steelers’…


Steelers Open As 6-Point Home Favorites Over Giants

The Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t get much help Sunday as far as the overall AFC standings go and now they’ll enter Week 13 as the No. 8 seed in the conference. Their game next Sunday is sure to be a real test as they’ll host the (8-3) New York Giants, who…



Twerking For A Living: Steelers’ Brown Fined Again; Jet’s Marshall Plans To Twerk Sunday

Twerking after scoring touchdowns is becoming an expensive habit for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown. According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com, Brown said Thursday he was fined for his touchdown celebration in the Sunday night win over the Kansas City Chiefs. This is the second time this season that Brown has been fined for twerking…


Tomlin Wants To Get Clarity On What Brown Can Do After Scoring

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown apparently once again had one pump too many during his post-touchdown celebration Sunday night in the win over the Kansas City Chiefs as he was flagged for it by an official in the end zone. On Tuesday, head coach Mike Tomlin was asked if…


Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders Not Fined For Two Pump Twerk

If you caught the Week 3 game between the Denver Broncos and the Cincinnati Bengals, or at the very least saw the highlights, you saw that wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders had a great game as the former draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers caught 9 passes for 117 yards and…



Recent WR Contracts Have No Bearing On Antonio Brown’s Market Value

Over the course of the last several weeks, several young wide receivers around the league have signed lucrative contract extensions and that includes Allen Hurns, Keenan Allen and Doug Baldwin. With these extensions has come the talk in the media of how each will impact Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown…


Ike Taylor Sees Breakout Year For Ryan Shazier

Last week, NFL Network’s website posted an article asking several panelists who they believe would be one of the next breakout stars for the 2016 season. Former Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor was on that panel, and it may not surprise you to learn that his choice was a member…



Remainder Of 2010-2011 Draft Classes Now All Wheat, No Chaff

The Pittsburgh Steelers chose late last week to released sixth-year cornerback Cortez Allen after three successive disappointing seasons and an inability to stay healthy, let alone to live up to a five-year, $26-million contract. An interesting byproduct of this move is that we have now fully separated the wheat from…


Steelers WR Antonio Brown Shares Old Scouting Report On Snapchat

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has more than proven over the course of the last several years that late-round draft picks can become stars in the NFL. The fact that he came out of a small college program makes his accomplishments even more inspirational to future NFL players. Thursday…


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Steelers Leave Door ‘Open’ For Sammie Coates

You may have heard yesterday about Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin using the phrase “open competition” to describe the number two wide receiver position in the team’s offense during the 2016 season across from Antonio Brown, following the year-long suspension handed down to Martavis Bryant. This comment may have…


2016 Steelers Pre-Free Agency Positional Review: Wide Receiver

We’re now into March, and that means that the new league year will be upon us shortly, and when that time comes, the floodgates to free agency will open—not that the Pittsburgh Steelers will be major players when it comes to signing outside free agents, as they tend to keep…


Revisiting Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2010 Draft Class

A couple of days ago, I wrote an article about a series of grades evaluating the rookie draft classes of each NFL team following their first seasons, and I talked about the arbitrary nature of the process, in particular the signing of a letter grade for players who have yet…