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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: Heath Miller Run Blocking

The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line struggled blocking against a tough New York Jets front three, so the offense did little running accordingly. Falling behind 17-0 by the end of the first quarter didn’t help matters either. But surprisingly, there was one player for the Steelers who did have a good day as a run blocker: […]

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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: Ramon Foster Pass Blocking

The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line may have had their hands full last week when it came to run blocking against the tough New York Jets front, but the pass protection, for the most part, wasn’t all that bad, barring a couple sacks. Of particular note was Ramon Foster, who had a rough game the week […]

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Steelers vs Jets Film Review: Nowhere To Run

Many have been wondering where in the world the Pittsburgh Steelers’s top-ranked running attack from earlier in the season had been for the last few weeks. The ground game was certainly missing in action last week against the New York Jets. A lot of that came down to poor individual execution on a play-to-play basis, […]

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Steelers vs Jets Game Rewind: Second Half

By Alex Kozora Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-13 loss to the hands of the New York Jets Sunday afternoon. Second Half – Ben Roethlisberger motions to Markus Wheaton to run vertically on his second INT but overshoots him. Leads to an INT as the deep safety closes on the MOF. – James Harrison […]

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Steelers Film Room: New York Jets Scouting Report

By Alex Kozora Brief scouting report of the New York Jets as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday afternoon. OFFENSE – Michael Vick certainly isn’t the elixir but he appears to be a stabilizing force that Geno Smith wasn’t. He’s still a threat with his legs and has gotten smarter with age, avoiding unnecessary […]

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Jets DL Calls Out Roethlisberger’s Ball Control – For Good Reason

Even though the supposedly lowly New York Jets have plenty of problems on defense—they’ve given up more touchdown passes than anybody, while taking the ball away in historically drought-like fashion—they believe they have one way to help stop the Pittsburgh Steelers’ currently red hot offense. Defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson told Rich Cimini on Thursday that […]

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Jets Injury Report: CB Darrin Walls Ruled Out For Steelers Game

The New York Jets final injury report of the week has 16 players listed on it, but only one is expected to miss the game Sunday at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not practicing again Friday and officially ruled out for Sunday is cornerback Darrin Walls (calf). While wide receiver Jeremy […]

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Jets Injury Report: CB Darrin Walls Remains Sidelined Thursday

The New York Jets will host the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at MetLife Stadium and their Thursday injury report shows that several players that sat out Wednesday have now returned to practice. Not practicing Thursday were wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (not injury related) and cornerback Darrin Walls (calf). Kerley is a new addition to the injury […]

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Jets Injury Report: CB Darrin Walls Unlikely To Play Against Steelers

The New York Jets have released their first injury report of the week as they prepare to host the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at MetLife stadium and it shows four players failing to practice Wednesday. Tackle Breno Giacomini (illness), defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (illness), cornerback Darrin Walls (calf) and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (illness) all sat […]

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Le’Veon Bell Passes The Eye Test

By Matthew Marczi Last week, I wrote about Le’Veon Bell’s performance in which he ran for just a 2.1 yard per carry average. I noted that while the poor run-blocking performance of the offensive line was at issue, the rookie back displayed some tendencies, particularly earlier in the game, of not trusting himself, and as […]

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A Good Trick Play With A Bad Result Against The Jets

Like many of you, I questioned the fourth quarter trick-play call ran by the Pittsburgh Steelers against the New York Jets this past Sunday on third down and seven from the Jets 17 yard-line. Why take the ball out of the hands of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in a situation like that and put it into […]

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Reviewing Le’Veon Bell’s Performance Against The Jets

By Matthew Marczi Following the Pittsburgh Steelers’s first win of the season, head coach Mike Tomlin was highly complementary of his high-pedigreed yet inexperienced new tailback, Le’Veon Bell, who was making just his second career start. Such a dichotomy often sends Tomlin’s mind into a tailspin, as he loves to boast about pedigrees but also […]

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After A Shaky Start, Kelvin Beachum Played Well Against The Jets

Pittsburgh Steelers second-year offensive lineman Kelvin Beachum made his first career start Sunday against the New York Jets and despite him being flagged three times and almost allowing an early sack/safety. I really thought he represented himself well. Below is a breakdown of his play. Beachum’s game actually got off to a good start on […]

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Steelers Versus Jets Sack Breakdown

By Alex Kozora Back with the weekly sack breakdown, taking a look at what went wrong on each of the three New York Jets sacks vs the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday. CLICK ON ANY PICTURE TO SEE FULL SIZE 1. 1st and 10, :22 1st. 12 personnel (1 RB, 2 TEs). Six blocking vs a five […]

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Steelers Versus Jets – Second Half Notes And Observations

By Matthew Marczi Other than the long touchdown pass, there really was not much worth mentioning in the early goings of the second half. But so many facets of that play are worth pointing out on their own. To begin with, the play is set up perfectly after the back-to-back carries beforehand. Not only that, […]

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Steelers Versus Jets Winners And Losers – Week 6

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the New York Jets 19-6 on Sunday and below is my list of winners and losers from the game. Feel free to add your own in the comments below. Winners: Ben Roethlisberger – Statistically, Roethlisberger did not set the world on fire, but his 23-of-30 passing for 264 yards and one […]

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A Closer Look At The Steelers Defensive End Battle From Pro Football Focus

By Matthew Marczi Much has been made of Cameron Heyward over the last couple of days due to the fact that several different media outlets have begun to cover individual players as training camp quickly approaches. Heyward, of course, is a prime area of focus for the Pittsburgh Steelers because he is the team’s only […]

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Breaking Down The Isaac Redman Long Run Versus The Jets

One of the few nice runs that the Pittsburgh Steelers had this past Sunday in their 27-10 over the New York Jets came on the second play of their second drive and it is illustrated in the animated gif below. On 1st & 10 the Steelers offense was in 21 personnel with fullback Will Johnson […]

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Heyward Selection Was Classic Best Player Available That Met A Need

If the selection of Ohio State defensive end Cameron Heyward by the Steelers in the 1st round of the 2011 NFL Draft surprised you, it shouldn\’t have. As I mentioned in my post way back in mid-March, I pointed out the Kevin Colbert drafting style in relation to best player available and warned those that […]

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Steelers 2011 NFL Draft 1st Round Fan Poll

The 2011 NFL Draft is less than 24 hours away and now it is time for you to vote what you think the Steelers will do in the 1st round. I have listed 10 players that have been linked to the Steelers one way or another over the last month. Of course not all of […]

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