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Steelers 2015 Offseason Priorities – Rethinking The TE Position

The 2014 season saw the Pittsburgh Steelers on the rise, finishing with an 11-5 record and a division title following two straight seasons of missing the playoffs with 8-8 records. They finished off the regular season with four straight victories, but suffered a disappointing Wildcard round loss against the Ravens…




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Steelers 2015 Early Offseason Draft Needs – Tight End

No matter how good your team may be doing, there will always be a vocal cross-section of the fan base that, at any given point during the season, is already looking at who their favorite team should be drafting the following spring. The Pittsburgh Steelers fan base is certainly no…


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Steelers 2014 Player Exit Meetings – FB/TE Will Johnson

End-of-season player exit meetings are not something that we are often privy to as outsiders of the football world. Generally, we only get a glimpse into that world when a player is asked by a reporter how the meeting went, if the player is willing to discuss it. Still, it’s…





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Steelers 2014 Final Offensive Charting Notes

As we did for the defense, the notable offense takeaways from our charting. Special thanks to Nick Richetta for collecting the data for the offense during the year. A tedious task but worth it in the end. From the regular season, excluding the “no plays,” the Pittsburgh Steelers had 1068…



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Steelers Vs. Ravens Game Rewind – Second Half

Game notes for the final time of the 2014 season. The Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the Wildcard round of the playoffs. Second Half – I know it’s Robber coverage but Troy Polamalu is playing awfully shallow on 3rd and 14. Ends up focusing on a…


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Steelers Vs. Ravens Game Rewind – First Half

Game notes for the final time of the 2014 season. The Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the Wildcard round of the playoffs. First Half – Kick return unit. Front five: Arthur Moats, Vince Williams, Robert Golden, Terence Garvin, Shamako Thomas. Stephon Tuitt replacing the inactive Michael…


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Steelers vs Ravens Wildcard Game Second Half Notes And Observations

Below are my notes and observations of the second half from the final game of the season for the Pittsburgh Steelers in their 30-17 Wildcard loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens opened the second half with the ball, as Ross Ventrone made the tackle on Jacoby Jones on the…


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Steelers’ Emerging Offense Still Under Contract For 2015

The Pittsburgh Steelers had certainly better hope that their offense is one that is on the rise, because the entire starting lineup, as well as a host of key reserve players, are all under contract for the 2015 season, and is likely the same offense they will field come the…




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Steelers 2015 Free Agents List

Now that the 2014 season has come to an end for the Pittsburgh Steelers, below is quick recap of all the players who will be free agents during the offseason. We will be breaking down these players one by one in future posts. Feel free to start discussing these players…



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Steelers Vs. Bengals Game Rewind – Second Half

Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Second Half – Jason Worilds continued to flash in the run game. Takes on two blocks, sheds, and makes the tackle. Bengals love to pull and this is pretty much a Student Body Right play with three pullers….


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Steelers Vs. Bengals Game Rewind – First Half

Game observations from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. First Half – Kick return unit: Arthur Moats, Vince Williams, Robert Golden, Terence Garvin, Shamarko Thomas. Stephon Tuitt/Matt Spaeth, Cody Wallace/Will Johnson the wedge, and Josh Harris the upback for Markus Wheaton. – Steelers start the game off…


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Steelers vs Bengals II Film Review: Le’Veon Bell

While Antonio Brown may have just completed the more remarkable season as a wide receiver in franchise history, we would be remiss to ignore the equally remarkable season that running back Le’Veon Bell had as a receiver in relation to the Pittsburgh Steelers record books. While his three touchdowns have…