Marshal Yanda


Game Rewind: Steelers Vs Ravens Game Notes

My game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday night loss to the Baltimore Ravens. First Half – Kick return unit. Ross Ventrone, Sean Spence, Vince Williams, Terence Garvin, and Shamarko Thomas the front five. Robert Golden right behind. Will Johnson, Roosevelt Nix, and L.T. Walton, filling in for Matt Spaeth,…


Antonio Brown Headlines PFF’s All-Pro Team

They may not be your favorite but Pro Football Focus is the best place for league-wide grading. They unveiled their quarterly All-Pro team and one Pittsburgh Steeler made the starting lineup. As you could have guessed, it’s Antonio Brown, paired with Julio Jones as the outside receivers. Through four games,…

Stephon Tuitt sack

Steelers Film Room: Stephon Tuitt Vs Ravens

It’s not often that a young player becomes a regular, routine starter for the Pittsburgh Steelers on defense, but that is what we have found with 2014 second-round draft pick Stephon Tuitt, who has been the team’s starting left defensive end for the past eight regular season games, including the…


AFC North Draft History Study: Offensive Line

On the heels of the conclusion of the 2015 NFL Draft, I began to realize the need to enhance my understanding of each team’s draft history; what they’ve built or attempted to build over the past ten years and how they’ve went about that process. This may seem tedious to…

AFC North

AFC North News Watch: Day 23

It seems that April Fool’s Day turned out to be an unusually active Wednesday around the AFC North, especially for this portion of the offseason that lies in the heart of the dead zone between the heights of free agency and the Pro Day tour leading up to the draft….


Iowa Mauler Scherff Would Be Hard To Pass Up At 22

Since 2003, more offensive linemen from Iowa have been drafted than from any other school, 13 to be exact, and there’s another first rounder, perhaps top 15 pick, in this year’s draft. If he happens to be on the board come time for the Pittsburgh Steelers pick in the first…