Marcus Gilbert

Steelers Must Not Abandon Run In Red Zone Again

If there is one thing that I would change from last week’s game to implement into today’s game, it would be to see the Pittsburgh Steelers run a more balanced offense inside the red zone, both in terms of plays executed and in personnel formations utilized. Against the Chiefs, the…


Steelers Versus Patriots: Championship Round Week Projected Inactive List

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the New England Patriots Sunday night in the AFC Championship game and based on the team’s Friday injury report, it looks like several players who have missed recent games are likely to return this weekend. The Steelers Friday injury report included three players listed as…


Film Room: Marcus Gilbert Quiets Chiefs’ Rush

The offensive line has been getting a lot of attention in recent weeks, and for good reason. Their rise to prominence has been an essential ingredient in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ nine-game winning streak, during which they have primarily relied upon the running game—but they have also been among the best…



Film Room: Le’Veon Bell Part Of Pass Pro Success

You may have read on the site yesterday that former Patriots linebacker, and now media analyst, Willie McGinest, weighed in on Sunday’s matchup between his former team and the Pittsburgh Steelers. For some reason, one piece of commentary that he chose to focus on was simply completely wrong, as he…


PFF Makes Case For Steelers’ O-Line As Best In The League

As much as the 2016 season has been a marathon of tales of highs and lows for the Pittsburgh Steelers, perhaps the best story of all—and the one that flows through everything that has happened with the team this year—has been the development of the offensive line into arguably the…


Film Room: Bell, Gilbert Dart Their Way To Historic Day

Le’Veon Bell had the best statistical rushing performance in Pittsburgh Steelers’ history against the Miami Dolphins. A lot of that was on Bell for his patience, vision, and ability to finish runs. You can also thank the offensive line for doing a great job and Mike Munchak for throwing wrinkles…


Linemen Don’t Second-Guess Decision To Leave Big Ben In Game

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Head Coach Mike Tomlin received some heavy criticism following Sunday’s win, from both fans and local media, for the decision to leave quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the game in the fourth quarter. He ended up having his ankle rolled up on during his final pass attempt…


Steelers Vs. Dolphins: Player Snap Counts – Wild Card Week

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Miami Dolphins 30-12 at home Sunday to advance to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs and when it comes to the individual player snap counts in that game, there weren’t many things that stood out. Offensively for the Steelers, tackle Chris Hubbard was used…


Steelers Vs Dolphins Positional Grades

Well, that was just what the doctor ordered for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In all phases of the game the Steelers dominated the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Wild Card game at Heinz Field Sunday, resulting in a dismantling 30-12 blowout win in frigid temperatures on the banks of the Allegheny…


One All-Pro Vote For Steelers T Marcus Gilbert Wasn’t Enough

The 2016 All-Pro team was announced on Friday and while many of the selections are very predictable annually, it’s obvious year in and year out that not all the national panel of 50 media members watch a lot tape and especially when it comes to offensive linemen. If you look…



Steelers Vs Browns Sack Breakdown

The final one of the regular season. And there was a lot more to wade through here than basically any other game this year. Let’s look at the four sacks. 1. 3rd and 10, 12:43 1st. 11 personnel. Six block vs six rush. NT/LB game with the NT crashing and…