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Todd Haley Admits Steelers Offense Needs More Out Of Martavis Bryant

Over the course of the Pittsburgh Steelers last five games, wide receiver Martavis Bryant has only caught 3 deep passes from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and zero in the last three. On Tuesday, Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley was asked in an interview on Steelers Nation Radio if the offense needs…


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DeAngelo Williams Is The Steelers’ MVP

The Pittsburgh Steelers will cast their votes for team MVP later this afternoon. My vote wouldn’t go to the best player. But value? He brings it in spades. DeAngelo Williams is the Steelers’ MVP. He isn’t as talented as Antonio Brown, the best receiver in the league. Or as inherently…




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Haley Explains Steelers Lack Of Run Success Against Broncos

The Pittsburgh Steelers only ran the football with running back DeAngelo Williams 14 times Sunday in their win over the Denver Broncos and that resulted in the veteran only gaining 26 yards. If you are wondering why that was, offensive coordinator Todd Haley gave the reasoning behind the pass-happy game…


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Watch The 2015 Pittsburgh Steelers Sing Christmas Carols

Need I say more? As is tradition, the Pittsburgh Steelers got together to bring you their rendition of some popular Christmas songs. Check out James Harrison and Vince Williams hammer out the baddest Christmas tune around and DeAngelo Williams hit some high notes. See what other players feel the holiday spirit and…


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Steelers Film Room: Antonio Brown’s Game-Winning TD

There are going to be so many plays to look at from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 34-27 win over the Denver Broncos yesterday. And I promise we will look at as many as we can. But none wound up being more notable than Antonio Brown’s 23 yard TD to give Pittsburgh…


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Ben Roethlisberger Posting Lowest Sack Rate Of Career

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been sacked just 12 times this season. Of course, the fact that he has only played in two thirds of the season thus far does diminish that mark somewhat; if we prorate that figure over the course of the current season, he would have…


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DeAngelo Williams Cares About Wins And Rings, Not Stats

DeAngelo Williams has rushed for over 7500 yards and 50 touchdowns in his ten year career. But don’t bother telling him that. At 32, numbers are relevant. Only wins matter. “I’m at the point in my career where you can put up all the numbers you want to, you can…


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Haley Explains Reasoning Behind Deep Pass Attempts On 3rd And Short

If it seems like Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger takes quite a few deep shots down the field in third and short situations, it’s because he does. In fact, Roethlisberger is currently tied for the league-lead with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer for the most third down deep pass attempts…


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Todd Haley Encouraged By Accelerated Growth Of Jesse James

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie tight end Jesse James was warned by his offensive coordinator, Todd Haley, following his first game day helmet four games ago that he better not give him a reason to sit him again. So far he hasn’t. After spending the first eight games on the inactive list,…


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Steelers Film Room: Smash Concept

Revisiting a concept we’ve talked about in the past. A core one we see in practically every team’s playbook and is the quintessential Cover 2 beater in the NFL. It’s the smash concept, and the Pittsburgh Steelers ran it early in Sunday’s win over the Indianapolis Colts. For a refresher,…


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Workload For DeAngelo Williams A Mystery After Past Two Games

In DeAngelo Williams’ first three starts this season, the Pittsburgh Steelers had him working at a career-high pace of nearly 23 carries per game. Admittedly, he was producing at a high level, totaling 374 yards along the way while averaging 5.5 yards per carry. Over the course of his past…


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Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions: 2015 Week Twelve

The Pittsburgh Steelers at 6-5 are far from their prime as they head into a prime time showdown on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. At stake is nothing short of their playoff aspirations for the 2015 season. As it is, following their 39-30 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, the team…


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Markus Wheaton Grounded, Ready For What Comes Next

In the five games leading up to Sunday’s match with the Seahawks, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Markus Wheaton hauled in a total of seven catches for 45 yards. That was his total level of production since Martavis Bryant returned to the lineup. But in Seattle, he went off for a…