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Steelers vs Jaguars Second Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations upon reviewing the second half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Vince Williams doing work on the opening kickoff, slamming the returner and sending him flailing out of bounds. But he nearly took out the team doctor. Even worse, he did some kind of weird duck […]

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Steelers vs Jaguars First Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations upon reviewing the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. First down, first play back after missing two games. Ramon Foster blocked down to the right on the defensive tackle and allowed Le’Veon Bell to work behind him, finding room for five yards. The Steelers […]

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Kozora: Steelers Fold Blocks Video

By Alex Kozora Another week, another video. I’m continuing to add more elements to these videos that I hope you like. Better lighting and some pictures incorporated throughout this video. Today we’ll break down what a fold block is and how the Pittsburgh Steelers used it to break off their biggest run of the day […]

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Steelers Film Room: Steelers vs Jaguars Sack Breakdown

By Alex Kozora Breaking down the four sacks allowed by the Pittsburgh Steelers Week 5 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. 3rd and 4, 13:26 2nd. 21, shotgun. Steelers keep five in to block against a Jaguars’ four man rush. As you’ll see throughout the rest of this article, it’s a three over, four deep, single high […]

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David Todd: Quick Thoughts: Steelers Versus Jaguars

By David Todd The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to EverBank Field in Jacksonville Sunday to take on a winless team for the second week in a row. Coming off a home loss to winless Tampa, they were desperate for a win…and they got it, but it wasn’t pretty. The Steelers won 17-9 behind their best defensive […]

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2014 NFL Week 5 TOX Stats

I now have the TOX stats through Week 5 of the 2014 NFL season compiled and this week we had a well overdue correction as the teams with a plus two or better TOX stat went 7-3 (70%). Year to date, teams with a plus two or better TOX stat are now 46-7 (86.8%). Keep in […]

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Steelers Injury Report: LB Ryan Shazier, S Shamarko Thomas Unable To Practice Wednesday

The Pittsburgh Steelers were back on the practice field Wednesday preparing for their upcoming game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns and their first injury report of the week shows that two key players did not practice. Rookie linebacker Ryan Shazier (knee) and second year safety Shamarko Thomas (hamstring) were unable to practice Wednesday and that […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Browns Preview With Tom Reed, Tomlin Presser & More Episode

Season 5, Episode 28 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and David Todd and I open our 500th episode of the show by going over the status of the injured players on the Pittsburgh Steelers roster as they prepare to play the Cleveland Browns on the road this Sunday. David and I speculate about how rookie wide receiver […]

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Jason Worilds Sees Improvement From Less Movement, More Rushes

The more astute observer might have noticed that the Pittsburgh Steelers had been more adventurous in recent weeks in terms of how they chose to employ fifth-year outside linebacker Jason Worilds on the field. Over the course of the previous few weeks, the Steelers elected to move Worilds around a fair bit, particularly moving him […]

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Sean Spence Still A Piece Of The Puzzle After Ryan Shazier Returns

Pittsburgh Steelers third-year linebacker Sean Spence made his second start on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Unlike the week before, however, he played every snap of this game, although the defense played less in total. Spence had never played a regular season game before this year after missing his first two seasons due to injury, […]

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Steelers Averaging 3.6 Wide Receiver Screens Per Game Heading Into Week 6

For several years now, fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers have criticized the use of wide receiver screens when it comes to talking about the offense. That criticism is not unique to offensive coordinator Todd Haley, however, as Bruce Arians was also heavily ridiculed for using wide receiver screens during his time with the Steelers. After […]

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2014 NFL Week 5 Stats: Adjusted Net Yards Per Passing Attempt Differential

With Week 5 now in the books, here are your updated adjusted net yards per passing attempt differential stats (ANY/A) for all 32 teams. I think we’re still a week or two away from being able to make some heavy analysis and predictions, but through the first five weeks of the season, I think the […]

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Tomlin Thinks Moore’s Spike Sunday Was Frustration Related

During the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-9 win Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars, veteran wide receiver Lance Moore was penalized five yards for delaying the game as a result of him spiking the football following a 26-yard catch on third down with 11:09 left in the third quarter. Moore then proceeded to get a talking to from […]

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Tomlin Wishes Some Runs Had Been Called Inside Red Zone Against Jaguars

In the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-9 win Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars the offense passed on all 11 plays that were run inside the red zone if you exclude the three final kneel-downs to close out the game. With those three red zone trips only producing one touchdown and one field goal, head coach Mike Tomlin […]

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Mike Tomlin Defends Sunday Decision Aimed To Help Antonio Brown Extend His Record

A lot has been made about the decision made Sunday by the Pittsburgh Steelers coaching staff to make sure that wide receiver Antonio Brown had one final shot to extend his NFL record streak of games with at least five catches and 50 yards receiving to 21 with two minutes left in the game. During […]

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Steelers Injury Report: LB Ryan Shazier, S Shamarko Thomas Might Practice This Week

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Cleveland Browns on the road Sunday and during his Tuesday press conference head coach Mike Tomlin updated the health of the team heading into the game. Tomlin said that cornerback Ike Taylor (forearm) is doing fine as he continues to recover from the broken forearm he suffered a few […]

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Steelers Film Room: Comments Made By Ben Roethlisberger About Sacks Justified

After Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was sacked four times Sunday in 17-9 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, there’s been a lot of criticism of the offensive line. After all, when a team’s quarterback is sacked that many times in a game it has to be because the pass protection sucks, right? After the game, […]

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Steelers Need To Prove That Run Defense Is Truly Fixed Against Browns

In their first two games of the 2014 season the Pittsburgh Steelers defense gave up 348 yards rushing. While they’ve only given up a total of 161 yards on the ground in their last three games, it’s way still too early to label the run defense as being fixed. While their defense should be commended […]

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Steelers Versus Jaguars: An All-22 Primer

By Alex Kozora As usual, here is your All-22 primer following the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-9 victory versus the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon. – Individually, the Steelers’ offense seemed to play well. Ben Roethlisberger, fumble aside, he had another solid game statistically. It was his third straight game completing 70% of his passes. Antonio Brown’s streak was kept […]

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Steelers Film Room: Rookie DE Stephon Tuitt ‘Pushing’ For More Playing Time

The Pittsburgh Steelers gave rookie defensive end Stephon Tuitt eleven snaps worth of playing time Sunday in their win over the Jacksonville Jaguars and for the Notre Dame product represented himself well for the most part. Tuitt’s first snap on defense came at the tail end of the Jaguars first offensive possession and while his […]

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Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions: Game 5 vs. Jaguars

By Michael K. Reynolds After an underwhelming victory against the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars the Pittsburgh Steelers can now rest in the knowledge they are not the worst team in the NFL. In fact, at a healthy record of 3-2, albeit against some of the league’s patsies, the team is sitting in a pretty good spot. […]

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Steelers Defense Improving In Hidden Yardage Allowed

While the Pittsburgh Steelers defense certainly still has some warts that need cleaning up, they did manage to hold a young and inexperienced Jacksonville Jaguars offense to only nine points Sunday at EverBank Field. That achievement was a result of them accomplishing several important things in the game. First, the Steelers defense held the Jaguars […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Jaguars Game Recap & More Episode

Season 5, Episode 27 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and David Todd and I get right into recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-9 win Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars. As usual, we attack what went right and what went wrong Sunday on offense, defense and special teams. We also discuss the decision to keep the Antonio Brown streak alive with […]

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Jaguars Apologize For Mascot’s Ebola Sign

As expected, the Jacksonville Jaguars have now apologized for a sign that their mascot brandished Sunday afternoon during the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers that linked the Terrible Towel to the deadly Ebola virus. After the game a picture that was taken by USA Today Sports that showed Jaxson de Ville holding up a hand-written sign that […]

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Steelers Vs. Jaguars: Player Snap Counts Week 5

Below are the player snap counts for the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday afternoon win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to the NFL official gamebook. We will see if any of these differ in our game charting. Offensively for the Steelers, nothing really sticks out. running back Dri Archer managed to see the field for six snaps […]

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Steelers Spread The Wealth To 11 Different Targets

Just two days ago, I wrote about how Ben Roethlisberger’s passes this year had been unusually concentrated on four main targets: starting receivers Antonio Brown and Markus Wheaton; tight end Heath Miller; and running back Le’Veon Bell. The four combined totaled 87 of Roethlisberger’s 96 completions through the first quarter of the season, with seven […]

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