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Wasted Timeout Aside, Where Was The Urgency Earlier In The Drive?

While it is easy to point to the wasted timeout by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger late in the loss to the Oakland Raiders as a bad time management situation, the offense also wasted another 44 seconds a few plays earlier in that same drive that nobody seems to be talking about. Following the nine […]

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Will Johnson Getting More Involved In The Offense

By Matthew Marczi Pittsburgh Steelers fullback Will Johnson played his most snaps of the season, and his highest percentage of the team’s total snaps, in the their most recent victory over the Baltimore Ravens. It also just so happened to be the team’s best game on the ground through the first six games of the […]

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Todd Haley Lets The Wildcat Out Of The Bag

By Matthew Marczi I am not entirely sure what the biggest surprise of the last game was, but it could have been a tie between the performance of Guy Whimper at right tackle and the installation of the Wildcat offense with Le’Veon Bell. Since I will be writing pieces on both, I will conveniently not […]

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The Top Three Apologies Fans Owe To Their Steelers

By Michael K Reynolds It’s often said that Steelers fans are among the most knowledgeable and savvy in the league, but it doesn’t mean we’re perfect. Alright, let’s face it. Most of us are, at best, highly experienced amateurs. So we’re certainly not above admitting when we’re wrong. Here are the top three apologies fans […]

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Steelers Still Must Fix Red Zone Problems Moving Forward

Red zone efficiency has plagued the Pittsburgh Steelers offense all season and in the 19-16 win Sunday over the Baltimore Ravens it remained a problem and something that must be fixed if the team is expecting to continue stacking wins. Against the Ravens, the Steelers were one of three inside the red zone and for […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Ravens Game Recap & More Episode

Season 4, Episode 35 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I use most of this show to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers 19-16 win over the Baltimore Ravens. There was plenty to like and a few things not to like in this game and we go over the play of […]

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Timetable For Matt Spaeth’s Return Unclear

ByMatthew Marczi With David Johnson recently putting himself out for the rest of the season with a wrist injury and newly acquired Richard Gordon failing to escape even a single practice unscathed, there should be a clear path for the Pittsburgh Steelers to reintroduce Matt Spaeth into the tight end mix. That is, provided that […]

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Left Tackle Shuffle Forces Rethinking Of Backup Plan

By Matthew Marczi The developments at the left tackle position over the past couple weeks obviously have wide-ranging implications with regards to how it affects the Pittsburgh Steelers and their plans going forward. The team obviously had hoped to plug in Mike Adams at left tackle and perhaps play him for the next decade there, […]

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Cody Wallace Likely To Dress Against Ravens With Kelvin Beachum Now Starting At Left Tackle

As of right now, Kelvin Beachum is the starting left tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers moving forward following his performance Sunday in the win over the New York Jets. With that now known, offensive coordinator Todd Haley was asked Thursday during his weekly media session if Beachum will continue to be the primary backup at […]

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Coming Off Big Game, Jerricho Cotchery Left Hanging In New York

By Matthew Marczi Jerricho Cotchery was coming off his best statistical performance yet in his three years with the Pittsburgh Steelers entering Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. Two weeks earlier, he recorded five receptions for 103 yards for a 20.3 yards per catch average while also bringing in a touchdown, his second of […]

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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 – First Half Notes And Observations

By Matthew Marczi As great a game as Heath Miller may have had against the Minnesota Vikings, he struggled some in this one, particularly as a pass blocker. Not just the sack, but failing to get a commanding angle out on a screen on multiple occasions. First play of the game is a perfect example. […]

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Pro Football Focus Grades Antonio Brown Above All Wide Receivers

By Matthew Marczi Through six weeks of the 2013 NFL season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have the best wide receiver in the game, and it really is not all that close, according to the advanced metrics of Pro Football Focus. The website gives Antonio Brown an overall grade of 14.0, which is 2.5 grade points higher […]

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Report: Steelers Were Going To Use Levi Brown Some At Left Tackle Against The Jets

It’s all water under the bridge at this point, but according to Bob Labriola on the Monday edition of Steelers Live, the Pittsburgh Steelers indeed planned on using Levi Brown at left tackle at some point during the Sunday game against the New York Jets. While Labriola doesn’t know exactly how much Brown, who suffered […]

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Statistical Passing Quirks Reveal Symptoms Of Desperation

By Matthew Marczi An interesting statistical quirk that I have recently noticed is that thus far during the 2013 season, Ben Roethlisberger is getting more of his passing yards through the air—as opposed to after the catch—than he has in years, and perhaps more than he ever has in his career. This is not a […]

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Steelers Injury Report: Ramon Foster Listed As Probable On Friday

The Pittsburgh Steelers have now wrapped up their final practice of the week and they will now get ready to travel Saturday for their Sunday game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. The Friday injury report is out and it still looks like Ramon Foster (pectoral) will be able to start Sunday after […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Jets Preview, Lineup Changes, Weekly Picks & More Episode

Season 4, Episode 31 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I go over the recent roster moves, injury reports as well as the latest Pittsburgh Steelers news and notes to get the show started. We then proceed to start taking a closer look at the upcoming game against the New […]

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Haley Says No Decision Made Yet As To Who Will Start At Left Tackle Against Jets

Will it be Kelvin Beachum or Levi Brown this Sunday for the Pittsburgh Steelers at left tackle against the New York Jets? According to offensive coordinator Todd Haley Thursday during his weekly media session, that decision has yet to be made. “We’re working Kelvin Beachum in there, obviously, and they’re all getting work,” said Haley. […]

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Steelers Todd Haley Now Being Sued For Unpaid $10K Dog Watching Bill

Because I know you can’t get enough news about Todd Haley right now, a Thursday evening report by WPXI has now surfaced and it seems that the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator and his wife Christine are currently being sued by a man who claims he is still owed $10,090 for dog sitting. The Haley’s reportedly […]

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Will Johnson Making Limited Reps Count

By Matthew Marczi Fullback Will Johnson only saw 10 snaps in the last game for the Pittsburgh Steelers, for one reason or another, but when he did see the field, he generally made it count. Based on the way the team has been using him, however, I am not sure if fullback is an accurate […]

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More Details Of The Lawsuit Against Steelers Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley Surface

By now, you all are likely aware that Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley and his wife Christine are being sued by a home builder who claims the couple reneged on million-dollar rent-to-own agreement. In addition, the Haley’s are also being accused of doing damage to the home in question. Following up on the Tuesday […]

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Steelers OC Todd Haley Being Sued For Backing Out Of Home Deal And Trashing House

According to WPXI-TV, Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley is being sued  by a home builder, who is accusing him of backing out of a million-dollar house deal. That’s not all, Haley is also being accused of trashing the home in question. The station reports that investigator Rick Earle has obtained a copy of the […]

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New Steelers T Levi Brown Not Sure If Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley Is In His Corner

In 2007, the Arizona Cardinals drafted tackle Levi Brown with the fifth overall selection in the draft.  That same year, Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley was in his first season with the Cardinals as their offensive coordinator, but judging by Brown’s quotes on Monday, the two may have a had a run-in or two […]

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Where In The World Is Will Johnson?

By Matthew Marczi The Pittsburgh Steelers really should be using Will Johnson more. They have been falling behind so far and so quickly that it has neutered their ability to be more varied and unpredictable, which generally calls for more receiving options—in other words, few two back sets, and lots of three wide receivers. But […]

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Now That The Facts Are In, Steelers Decision To Trade For Levi Brown Was A Good One

Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert took an undeserved beating Wednesday from a large chunk of the fan base for his decision to trade for Arizona Cardinals tackle Levi Brown. Now that all of the facts of the deal are in, I will give you my thoughts. First, the Steelers only have a conditional draft […]

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Todd Haley Says Sunday Was A ‘Real Good Start’ For Le’Veon Bell

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le’Veon Bell made is NFL debut Sunday in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings and offensive coordinator Todd Haley said Wednesday following practice he was pleased with what he saw out of the Michigan State product in the game. “I thought Le’Veon, for the time that he’s been out, that […]

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