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Steelers Film Room: New Defensive Looks Against Eagles

By Alex Kozora With Thursday being the Pittsburgh Steelers dress rehearsal, the defense became more complex than usual. Factor in a Philadelphia Eagles exotic offense and it forced the Steelers to show a lot of new or rare looks. We’ll break down some of these below. Things to file away for during the year. 1. […]

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Steelers vs Eagles Film Review: Ryan Shazier

Rookie inside linebacker Ryan Shazier had an impressive debut in week two of the preseason in a performance that raised already high expectations for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ first-round draft pick. Last week’s test against the Philadelphia Eagles saw Shazier come back down to earth a bit, though he did say after the game that stamina […]

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Steelers vs Eagles Film Review: Jason Worilds

There’s something about the Pittsburgh Steelers that drives many of their fans to become amateur scouts of sorts, seemingly more than most teams, at least in my experience. They record the games and re-watch them on their own so that they can be informed with first-hand accounts of player performances. From what I’ve gathered, however, […]

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Steelers vs Eagles – Second Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations upon reviewing the second half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday. Steelers’ first-team offense in against the Eagles’ reserve defense. Quickly forces a third and nine. Markus Wheaton’s 10-yard reception kept the drive going. Le’Veon Bell with a false cut to the outside probably […]

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Steelers’ Thursday Showing May Demand Extended Encore From Starters

Needless to say for anybody who actually watched the game, the 10-point deficit that the final scoreboard read certainly does not do justice to how soundly the Philadelphia Eagles handled the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. The most telling fact is that the Eagles were so satisfied with their own players’ performances that they were […]

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Knee Injuries Suffered By Steelers Worilds, Spence Not Believed To Be Serious

We’ll continue to hold our breath until we get the official word from Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, but Friday morning reports on Twitter from Ian Rapoport and Jason Cole state that the right knee injuries suffered Thursday night in the loss to the Philadelphia Eagles by linebackers Jason Worilds and Sean Spence aren’t […]

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Eagles Smoke Steelers 31-21

The third preseason game is usually used a dress rehearsal for the regular season, but Thursday night in Philadelphia the Philadelphia Eagles first and second-team offenses undressed the Pittsburgh Steelers first-team defense. The Steelers defense looked sluggish in the Thursday night 31-21 loss as the Eagles consistently gashed the black and gold defensive front to […]

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Steelers vs Eagles Second Half Live Update And Discussion Thread

The Pittsburgh Steelers receive the ball to start the second half after the Philadelphia Eagles dominated the second half, both on  the field and on the scoreboard, as Pittsburgh trails 17-0. Ben Roethlisberger has not been sharp, even if the running game has shown some promise behind Le’Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount. The defense, however, has had little […]

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Steelers Offense Should Establish A Role For Plaxico Burress

By Matthew Marczi In the weeks leading up to the start of the free agency period earlier this year, there was growing concern with the Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver depth, given the imminent departure of speedster Mike Wallace and the fact that just two wideouts were under contract. The Steelers attempted to remedy that by […]

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Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger Had The 3rd Lowest Bad Throw Percentage In 2012

Over the weekend, we took a look at the stats of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger as it relates to him passing deep in his own end of the field, and today we will look at just how accurate he was in 2012 compared to other the starting quarterbacks in the league. The numbers below […]

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Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger One Of The Best When Backed Up In His Own End

We already know how great Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is, but I wanted to look at some of his split stats as it relates to where he ranks against the other quarterbacks in the league over the course of the last five years when backed up deep in his own end of the field. […]

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Steelers Tight End Matt Spaeth A Bigger Signing Than Many Think

By Matthew Marczi When the Pittsburgh Steelers elected to re-sign tight end Matt Spaeth after his release following a two-year stint with the Chicago Bears, it seemed that the general reaction to the news was, on the positive end of the spectrum, apathetic. However, the reality is that his return to the team should be […]

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Steelers WR Jerricho Cotchery Is Jerricho Clutchery On Third Downs

Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery is quietly entering his third year with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he hasn\’t been quiet when it comes to making chain moving third downs in his previous two seasons with the team. Cotchery, who will turn 31 years old in June, has registered 14 third down catches for 187 yards since […]

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Steelers WR Plaxico Burress Is Glad He Has Entire Off-season To Get Into Football Shape

The Pittsburgh Steelers wasted no time this off-season in re-signing wide receiver Plaxico Burress, who inked a one-year deal early on in free agency. Burress was a guest this past Friday on SiriusXM NFL Radio and he talked about how glad he is to get to another chance to play in Pittsburgh in 2013. During […]

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Hritz: Pre OTAs 2013 Steelers Season Prediction

By Jeremy Hritz Last year, I took the time to work through the 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers schedule to make an early prediction of the success of the team. I worked through multiple iterations of this before finishing my final season prediction in which I forecasted that the Steelers would end up 11-5, beating the Baltimore […]

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DiMarino: 2013 Fantasy Football Series – Post Draft Look At The Quarterbacks

By Christopher DiMarino With the 2013 NFL draft now behind us, we are entering a stagnant time of waiting and over-analysis. Many are spiteful of this advanced look, but it\’s only natural given the amount of time, effort and excitement that goes into the draft. Sure players won\’t be battling for positions for a few […]

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Jets G Willie Colon Has A Big-Ass Chip On His Shoulder After Being Released By The Steelers

Here is a report that we think we can trust. Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reports on Twitter Tuesday that former Pittsburgh Steelers guard Willie Colon, who signed a one-year deal with the New York Jets recently, is not too happy with the way that things went down with the Steelers. “I have no […]

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Cleveland Or Bust For James Harrison? Where Will The Former Steelers Linebacker Land?

Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison understands that the game of football is a business. On Saturday he was released after nine seasons in the Steel City and he is ready to get on with his career. Harrison was a guest on NFL Network following his release and stated that he thinks he has three […]

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Plaxico Burress Likely To Help Steelers The Most Inside The Red Zone

Wide receiver Plaxico Burress certainly isn\’t the same player that he was when he left Pittsburgh visa free agency several years ago, but it doesn\’t mean that he still cant help the offense in the area where they need it the most – the red zone. Last season when Burress was with the New York […]

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Report: Steelers S Ryan Mundy Fined $21,000 For Hit On Raiders WR Darrius Heyward-Bey

Rich Walsh of WPXI TV reports via Twitter that Steelers safety Ryan Mundy has been fined $21,000 for his hit Sunday on Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey. Mundy reportedly will appeal the fine according to the report. Heyward-Bey reportedly suffered a concussion and a strained neck on the hit by Mundy, but has since […]

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Steelers S Ryan Mundy Likely Facing Fine For Hit On Raiders WR Darrius Heyward-Bey

The Pittsburgh Steelers picked up their second loss of the season Sunday against the Oakland Raiders and safety Ryan Mundy likely will pick up a $21,000 fine for his early fourth quarter helmet-to-helmet hit on wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey. Heyward-Bey was injured while trying to make a catch in the end zone during the Raiders […]

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Steelers Raiders Game Preview – Week 3

The Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Oakland Raiders Sunday on the road and below is a preview breakdown of the game from an offensive, defensive and special teams perspective. Steelers On Offense: On Sunday the Steelers will play a Raiders defense that is down their two starting corners. That means Joselio Hanson and Pat Lee […]

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Jets S LaRon Landry Fined $15,750 For Horse Collar Tackle On Antonio Brown

Yesterday it was reported that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons was fined $21,000 for his hit to the head on New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and today we get word from Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News that Jets safety LaRon Landry has been fined $15,750 for his Sunday horse collar tackle […]

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Report: Steelers LB Lawrence Timmons Fined $21,000 For Hit On Jets QB Mark Sanchez

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons has been fined $21,000 for his first half hit this past Sunday on New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, according to Joe Starkey of 93.7 The Fan. The play in question happened on 3rd down with 13:51 left in the first half. Sanchez rolled out to the right side and […]

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Three Emerging Patterns For The Steelers & Ryan Clark’s Guns

By Jeremy Hritz There were many positives to take away from the Pittsburgh Steelers first win of the season against the Jets, yet unquestionably, there are several areas of improvement that if the Steelers can address effectively, will result in a championship caliber team come playoff time. While it is still too early in the […]

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Steelers Break Out 4-2-5 Big Nickel Versus Jets

The Pittsburgh Steelers defense unveiled a new Big Nickel look on Sunday in their 27-10 win over the New York Jets when they broke out their 4-2-5 personnel group that featured four defensive linemen and no outside linebackers on the field. Head coach Mike Tomlin was asked about this new sub-package grouping on Tuesday during […]

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