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David Todd: Quick Thoughts On Week 6: Steelers Versus Dolphins

After two impressive wins at home, the Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to South Florida and produced one of the most ignominious efforts in recent memory losing 30-15 to the Miami Dolphins. The Steelers were completely dominated on both sides of the ball, but still managed to have a chance late because…


Tyler Matakevich Fills Up Stat Sheet In Fourth-Quarter Action

If there is any solace for a certain sliver of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ fan base to be taken out of yesterday’s frustrating loss—exacerbated after the fact when we learned that Ben Roethlisberger would require surgery to repair a torn meniscus—there was, at least, a Dirty Red appearance for the Tyler…


Steelers Vs. Dolphins: Player Snap Counts – Week 6

The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered another embarrassing road loss to a team with a sub .500 record on Sunday and now enter Week 7 with a 4-2 record. The initial snap counts from the Week 6 loss to the Miami Dolphins are now in and as usual, here is a recap of the…


Gut Reactions: Steelers Vs Dolphins Week 6

7 gut reactions from the Pittsburgh Steelers Week 6 loss to the Miami Dolphins. 1 – The Steelers seem to have an uncanny knack for playing down to lesser competition. The Dolphins reeled off 23 unanswered points in a dominant performance. If it wasn’t for an illegal formation by the…


Vince Williams Leaves Game With Leg Injury

It’s raining and pouring for Pittsburgh today. Linebacker Vince Williams has left the game with a leg injury. He suffered it late in the third quarter running down a punt. The Steelers are calling it a cramping issue. Williams has also been starting at inside linebacker opposite Lawrence Timmons today….



Steelers Versus Dolphins: Week 6 Projected Inactive List

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Miami Dolphins Sunday on the road and the game might include some rain and wind. As usual, I will attempt to project the Steelers seven inactives for Sunday’s contest and with so many players ruled out on the Friday injury report, only one remaining spot really needs to…


Several Steelers Making Trip Home Sunday

Technically, it’s an away game for Pittsburgh. But for many on the roster, Miami is where they call home. Florida is an NFL hotbed and the Steelers’ roster is no exception. Artie Burns, Antonio Brown, and Eli Rogers are all from Miami and have talked about their upbringing throughout the…


Karlos Williams Looking To Show Steelers He’s More Than Just A Name

It’s hard to argue that being Vince Williams’ little brother didn’t play some role being signed. But Karlos Williams is looking to show the Pittsburgh Steelers he’s more than just a product of nepotism. “That’s my big brother,” he told reporters via Steelers.com. “My big brother has been taking care…




Big Brother Vince Can Help Ease Karlos Williams Into Steelers Family

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been widely, and rightly, regarded as a family organization, a reputation that has only grown over the past couple of decades as franchise ownership has increasingly fallen into the hands of business entrepreneurs rather than those who are actually in the business of football. The legacy…


Tomlin Hopes Better Days Lie Ahead For Steelers Outside Linebackers

In the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-13 win over the New York Jets this past Sunday, the team’s defense recorded three sacks of which one belonged to second year outside linebacker Anthony Chickillo, the first of his career. While the Steelers outside linebackers played well as a whole against the Jets, head…


Tomlin Shoots Down Idea Of Shazier Switching Positions

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin held his weekly press conference on Tuesday and it included him being asked a few strange questions during the half-hour session. One of those wacky questions from the media included Tomlin being asked if linebacker Ryan Shazier could potentially be moved to safety being…


David Todd: Quick Thoughts On Week 5: Steelers Versus Jets

Outlined against a blue-gray October sky Sunday at Heinz Field, the Four Horsemen of Ben, Bell, Brown and Coates wore the bumblebees for the last time, (apologies to Grantland Rice.) Yes, no more bumblebees, but they did go out in style. It was a beautiful autumnal afternoon as the Pittsburgh…