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Competition Analysis Week 11: Steelers Versus Ravens

By Christopher DiMarino Fantasy Overview: The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered a serious blow when quarterback Ben Roethlisberger left the Monday night game. Ben is both the leader and MVP of this team and he is simply irreplaceable. The timing is unfortunate because a murky start to the season was beginning to fade in the rearview mirror […]

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2012 NFL Week 6 Stats – Adjusted Net Yards Per Passing Attempt Differential

Week 6 of the 2012 NFL season is now in the books and here are the final ANYPPAD (Adjusted Net Yards Per Passing Attempt Differential) stats year to date. This stat is great for tracking teams success over the season and is a great measuring stick to show which teams might be headed for the […]

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Injuries Strike AFC North Hard In Week 6

Injuries to key players really took their toll on the AFC North in week 6 and the Baltimore Ravens may have very well took the brunt of it. In their 31-29 win Sunday over the Dallas Cowboys it is believed that the Ravens have lost starting cornerback Lardarius Webb for the season to torn ACL […]

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Shocking News: Harrison Named Most Violent, Dangerous Player In Poll Of Peers

This news will certainly not be as big of a shocker as the Pittsburgh Steelers firing special teams coach Al Everest on Thursday evening. Pro Football Talk reports on Friday that linebacker James Harrison was the runaway winner in an ESPN poll of NFL players that asked, “Who is the most violent, dangerous player in […]

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Madden 13 Commercial: Paul Rudd Taunts Ray Lewis While Wearing Troy Polamalu Jersey

The new Madden \’13 will be in available for purchase one week from today and we have already seen tweets from players who have received an advanced copy of the popular video game. You can tell the release is also close as the commercials are rolling out now. A recent one going viral currently depicts […]

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A Busy First Week Of Training Camp For The Steelers

By Jeremy Hritz Wednesday marked the beginning of training camp for the Pittsburgh Steelers as they began their journey to claim their seventh Lombardi trophy. Throughout the week, there were several pieces of news that were either worthy or celebration, consideration, or concern. Below is a look at the week that was. DeCastro Signs on […]

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Thin Certainly Seems To Be \”In\” At Inside Linebacker

The trend to be thin is in. That is of course if you are an inside linebacker. Maybe thin is a bad adjective to use, but lighter certainly isn\’t. The further we get away from 2012 NFL, the more the selection of Miami linebacker Sean Spence by the Pittsburgh Steelers makes sense. Linebackers coach Keith […]

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Looking At The Steelers Main Competitors For The AFC North Crown (Part 1)

By Cian Fahey After active off-seasons for each of the four AFC North teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers appear to be in good position to compete for another crown to add to the collection. What is less clear however, is which team the Steelers will need to overcome, or if there will be more than two […]

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Head Games: Steelers Must Prove 2011 Losses To Ravens Were Flukes

By Jeremy Hritz There will be many motivating factors for the Pittsburgh Steelers heading into the 2012 season. However, none is more rousing than beating the Baltimore Ravens. The Steelers experienced polar opposite losses to their hated rival last year: a complete annihilation in the Charmed City and a last second heartbreaker in Pittsburgh. Both […]

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ESPN Heads Say Steelers Finish 3rd In AFC North Because Of Too Much Change

ESPN had their special 2012 AFC North preview show Tuesday and it included the division predictions of Herm Edwards, Bill Polian and Marcellus Wiley at the end of the show. Both Edwards and Wiley have the Baltimore Ravens winning the division while Polian has the Cincinnati Bengals winning it in 2012. All three had the […]

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How Do The Other AFC North Teams Stack Up To The Steelers After The Off-Season

By Cian Fahey Now that the 2012 NFL draft is over, the curtain has fallen on the final major event of this year\’s off-season. Between now and the beginning of training camp very few alterations will be made to team\’s rosters save for a few free agent signings and perhaps trades. Not only is the […]

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2012 Steelers Season Prediction: Pre-Draft Edition

By Jeremy Hritz It is hard to believe that football fans still have a little over four months to agonize through before enjoying a regular season NFL game. And while Pittsburgh fans are finding some distraction in the Penguins (for better or worse), nothing can replace the void left behind by the end of the […]

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Throw Out Those \’Throwbacks\’

By Christina Rivers The Steelers organization revealed their 80th Anniversary \’throwback\’ jerseys on Tuesday much to the disdain of many Steelers fans.  The most common comment on social media site Facebook was that the uniforms, in 1934 and for the upcoming season, make the boys look like they are “on a chain gang” or a […]

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Alabama LB Dont\’a Hightower To Meet With The Steelers Saturday Night

Yet another young draft hopeful that has been linked to the Pittsburgh Steelers for some time now is linebacker Dont\’a Hightower from the University of Alabama. The linebacker group was center stage Saturday at the 2012 NFL combine, along with the defensive linemen group, and Hightower got his turn to talk to the media in […]

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Revamping The Pro Bowl By Taking A Cue From The Old Superstars & Superteams Competitions

I am a football junkie and have been since about the age of 4 according to my parents. I am also a Pittsburgh Steelers fan that grew up in the deep south during the 1970\’s and 1980\’s as well and was always starved for any and all Steelers football that I could get my eyes […]

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Antonio Brown Talks Pro Bowl, Arians, Fichtner & Offensive Direction

Fresh off of his first Pro Bowl appearance, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown called into 93.7 The Fan this morning from Hawaii to answer a few questions about his experience playing in the annual NFL All-Star game. Brown talked about playing defense and getting mentored by Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. Brown then answered […]

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Four Steelers Players In ESPN Top 20 Of Any Era NFL Poll Of Pro Football Hall Of Fame Panel

ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine combined to put out list of the 20 current players who a 20-member Pro Football Hall of Fame panel and ESPN\’s very own John Clayton believe could excel in any era of the NFL. The top 20 was finalized today and four current Pittsburgh Steelers players made the top 10. […]

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The Coordinators They Are A-Changin\’

By Jeremy Hritz Bob Dylan said “the times they are a changin’.” If he is following AFC North football, he may be considering a lyrical revision. It looks like the Pittsburgh Steelers are not the only AFC North team that will begin the 2012 NFL season with a new coordinator. On Wednesday, Chuck Pagano, defensive […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Remains In Top 10 Of Latest Pro Bowl Voting Results

There are just 5 days left in the 2011 Pro Bowl voting and the latest update of votes shows that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace has fallen out of the top 10 since we last updated on December 1st. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger remains in the top 10, but has slipped down to 10th place […]

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Mike Wallace & Ben Roethlisberger In Top 10 Of Latest Pro Bowl Voting Results

There are 3 weeks of Pro Bowl voting left now and Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is 8th overall in total overall votes with 575,821. He is second in the AFC receiver race behind Wes Welker of the Patriots. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is right behind Wallace in overall votes in 9th place with 565,378 votes […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Steelers Bye Week Talk Episode

Season 2, Episode 45 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I open by discussing last night\’s Broncos-Jets game, the Tim Tebow Tebowmania and the implications that game had on the Steelers and the playoffs. We then get to some readers questions that we received over Twitter and email. Lots of good […]

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Hines Ward Diminished Role Due To Health & Lack Of Explosiveness

14 years is a long time to play in the NFL as most players are lucky to play half that long. Staying healthy is a key element for a player to play that long in the league, and remain productive, and right now I believe that Steelers veteran wide receiver Hines Ward isn\’t. Ever since […]

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Steelers Ravens Week 9 Offensive Line Breakdown Report

The offensive line breakdown report from the Sunday night game against the Baltimore Ravens is now complete and I had to even do this twice because of the tremendous grades that I gave the first time through. This was by far the best the offensive line has played as a unit all season and the […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Tells Union Head DeMaurice Smith To Stand Up For Players

Following the news that Steelers safety Ryan Clark had been $40K for his hit on Ravens tight end Ed Dickson Sunday night, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had a message for NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith. According to a tweet by Scott Brown, Roethlisberger said that that Smith should “stand up and do something to protect players.” […]

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Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis Fined $20K For Helmet To Helmet Hit On Hines Ward

The fines continue to roll in from the Steelers Ravens game Sunday night as just after it was announced that Steelers free safety Ryan Clark had been fined $40K for his hit on Ravens tight end Ed Dickson, WNST radio in Baltimore reported that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has also been fined for his early […]

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Ryan Clark Fined $40K For Hit In Ravens Game

Mark Kaboly is reporting via Twitter that Steelers free safety Ryan Clark has been fine $40K this week for a hit or perhaps even two in the game this past Sunday night against the Ravens. This makes the second consecutive game that Clark has been fined for as he was docked $15K for an out […]

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