Week 7

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Steelers TE Heath Miller Held Catchless For First Time Since 2008

While you won’t hear him complaining about it, Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller probably can’t wait for injured starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to return to action this week. In the Steelers 23-13 Sunday loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, Miller didn’t have a reception and that marks the first…


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Steelers T Alejandro Villanueva Gives Up Late Sack In First Career Start

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones wasn’t the only player who made his first career start on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs as the same went for tackle Alejandro Villanueva, the former Army captain and undrafted free agent. Villanueva, like Jones, had his share of problems Sunday against the Chiefs…


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Steelers Vs. Chiefs: Player Snap Counts – Week 7

The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped their third game of the season Sunday to the Kansas City Chiefs as the offense turned the football over three times and the defense allowed two second half touchdowns. The player snap counts from that game are now available for you below. Offensively, the snap counts reveal…


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Steelers Antonio Brown, David DeCastro Receive Top Grades From PFF

The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped to 4-3 on Sunday with a 23-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and Pro Football Focus has now released their initial grades for the game. Offensively for the Steelers, wide receiver Antonio Brown (2.6) and guard David DeCastro (2.5) graded out the best, according to…