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Game Rewind: Steelers Vs Bengals Game Notes

Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 18-16 win over the Cincinnati Bengals Saturday night. First Half – Kick return team. Front five: Arthur Moats–Sean Spence–Vince Williams–Terence Garvin–Shamarko Thomas. Robert Golden behind. Jesse James/Will Johnson/Matt Spaeth the “wedge” with Fitzgerald Toussaint – sort of surprising considering he was the starting RB…


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David Todd: Quick Thoughts On Steelers Versus Bengals Wild Card Game

In one of the craziest and most-dramatic games I’ve ever seen, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 18-16 at rain-soaked Paul Brown Stadium Saturday night in the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs. As a boy I attended the Immaculate Reception game which, for me, will never be…



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Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions 2015-16: Wildcard Weekend

The Pittsburgh Steelers needed a defibrillator to rescue their playoff hopes, as did many of the fans who endured one of the most heart-stopping dueling television viewing experiences of their lives. Fortunately the venerable Dr. Rex Ryan was on scene to perform the delicate procedure which included taking a large…


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Steelers Film Room: Triple Inside Fire Zone

On Monday, we had an extensive breakdown of Keith Butler’s fire zones. One of them included his Fire X, adding on the wrinkle of bringing a safety through. I actually missed the play out of Dick LeBeau’s playbook and with that and the coaches’ film, want to go a little…


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Steelers Should Expect To See Wildcat From Bengals On Saturday

When the Pittsburgh Steelers play the Cincinnati Bengals, they know that they always have to watch out for something different during the course of the game, whether it is an unconventional alignment for the offensive line, or the occasional Wildcat that they like to run with Mohamed Sanu, who excelled…


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Keith Butler Admits He Needed To Be More Aggressive

Self-evaluation is one of the most critical traits for anyone in the NFL, player or coach, to have. And Keith Butler was able to admit his mistakes, telling Missi Matthews he should’ve been more aggressive in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 16. “I think I…