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Ryan Clark & Ray Lewis Hits In Steelers Ravens Game Will Be Talked About All Week

There were two hits in the Steelers 23-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night at Heinz Field that everyone will be talking about for the next few days. The first hit happened with just over 14 minutes left in the first half when quarterback Ben Roethlisberger looked to connect with Hines Ward on a […]

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Lake Effect Obvious In Pittsburgh

The Steelers run defense has had its problems this season, especially in the first four games, but you can\’t help but notice how good the pass defense has been thus far. Entering the Sunday night divisional game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Steelers are ranked first in passing yards allowed per game (171.6) and passing […]

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Steelers FS Ryan Clark Fined $15K For Late Hit In Patriots Game

Steelers free safety Ryan Clark is the newest member to the Steelers 2011 fine club as Mark Kaboly reports via Twitter that Clark was fined $15,000 for his 3rd quarter hit out of bounds on Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. The hit happened after Gronkowski caught a short pass to the right and went up […]

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Dick LeBeau Was Not Insane, He Just Needed Time & Personnel

I hope you enjoyed the press man coverage that Dick LeBeau used almost exclusively this past Sunday against the New England Patriots because I know I certainly did. LeBeau has been visibly laying that ground work of this switch ever since James Harrison has been sidelined as the Steelers have been forced to play more […]

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Steelers Week 8 Coverage Stats Versus Patriots

Below are the Steelers coverage stats for the week 8 Sunday afternoon game against the New England Patriots. They are broken down by play and include down and distance, line of scrimmage, direction, yards gained, yards after catch, personnel the offense used, defensive package, number of pass rushers and whether or not the defense blitzed […]

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More Steelers Patriots Observations

I have gone back through the Steelers game against the New England Patriots now a few times and jotted down some more observations that I did not include in the post game recap. I do this every week as it is impossible to see everything just one or two times through a game. Many will […]

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Week 8 – 7 Things To Look For Against The Patriots & Game Prediction

Week 8 is here and it is indeed Patriots week as the Steelers come back home to Heinz Field to host the New England Patriots. The Steelers will once again be without James Harrison, Doug Legursky and Chris Hoke this week, while Hines Ward and James Farrior are looking less likely to play by the […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Steelers Patriots Preview Episode

Season 2, Episode 36 of The Terrible Podcast is up and Nick Richetta joins me again on the podcast as my co-host David Todd is trapped in an airport tonight on his way back to Pittsburgh. We open the preview of the New England Patriots game with a look at the injury report and whether […]

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Steelers Versus Patriots & YAC

The New England Patriots head into the Sunday game against the Steelers with a league best 350.5 passing yards a game average and they are tied for second in the league with a 9.1 yards per attempt. Lost in all of those great stats are the yards after the catch that the Patriots have racked […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Patriots Beat Writer Greg Bedard Episode

Season 2, Episode 35 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I come at you smack dab in the middle of Patriots week. We actually open up by talking about the Ravens Jaguars game Monday night and how the Ratbirds do not look as scary right now as they did after beating […]

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Steelers 2011 Game By Game Schedule Breakdown

The Steelers 2011 season kicks off this Sunday and I have purposely waited until now to post a game by game quick look ahead at the Steelers 2011 schedule. The free agent moves and final roster cuts have taken place around the league and it provides a much clearer look at where teams are at […]

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Closer Look At The Steelers 2010 Redzone Woes

I wanted to take a long hard look at the Steelers redzone woes in 2010, so I used a crude successful play formula to get a better look at both the passing game and running game for the Steelers on plays inside the opponents redzone. Now defining a successful play is very tricky, but I […]

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Can The Steelers Unleash Hell In November?

The month of November has started much like the November last season. After whipping the Broncos in week 9 last year, the Steelers returned home to lay an egg against the division rival Bengals to fall to 6-3 through 9 games. Things were still looking rosy at the time as the Steelers had the Chiefs, […]

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Steelers Lose To Patriots 39-26 – Game Recap & Notes

Stinker for sure. Not anything we have not seen though over the last few weeks as teams have been taking everything underneath and been patient. Once the defensive backs cheat up, teams can homerun you. It is obvious that teams work the out on Bryant McFadden and try to get William Gay on a slot […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday April 8th

Georgia State investigators and Milledgeville police have completed their month-long probe of sexual assault allegations against Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Ocmulgee Judicial Court District Attorney, Frederic D. Bright, said on Wednesday he is reviewing the findings, but would not say when he might decide whether charges should be filed. Everyone keep your fingers crossed. […]

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