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Category Archive: 2011 Post Season

Pittsburgh Steelers Struggled Against Bad Teams Even When They Were Good

Are you tired of the Steelers losing to teams that have nothing to play for but high draft picks? Are you nostalgic for the days when the Steelers used to crush weak opponents like aluminum cans ready for the recycling bin? Since Mike Tomlin became the Steelers head coach in 2007, the Steelers have lost …

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Woodley says Steelers should have “easily beat” Broncos

It’s been nearly six months, and yet the Steelers still feel the sting of defeat. Of course, I’m referring to last January, when the Tim Tebow-led Broncos stunned Pittsburgh during the wild card playoffs. Looking back (begrudgingly, I’m sure), it’s a game that has stuck in the craw of several members of the black and …

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Grading the Steelers 2012 NFL Draft

This draft was arguably the most important one for the Steelers in the last 10 years. With so many veterans either already gone or likely to be in the next two years or so, replenishing the roster with quality starters and solid depth was paramount this year. Equally important is the 2nd year players, draftees …

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Steelers make offseason moves, release McFadden & Battle


The offseason is in full swing now for the Steelers, as if it wasn’t already. Today it was announced, courtesy of Pittsburgh Trib, that the team has released veteran Cornerback Bryant McFadden and Wide Receiver Arnaz Battle. Both players were still under contract, each having 1 year left on their current deals. This comes as …

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Pro Bowl may be a thing of the past if play doesn’t improve

The annual trip to Hawaii, or now also Florida, for the AFC/NFC Pro Bowl could be a thing of the past. Commissioner Roger Goodell pointed out in a recent interview that the quality of play must improve or changes will have to be made. After watching this years game, as if you need anymore proof …

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No matter what happens, we still got 6!

The greatest sports day of the year, an unofficial national holiday, it’s Super Bowl Sunday.  Even though our team is not in uniform at Lucas Oil Stadium today, most of us are still going to watch the game. We won’t be cheering hard, throwing remotes at bad plays, or trying to figure out half time …

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League expansion and more primetime games on Goodell’s agenda

  NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Friday that NFL Network will air 13 games during the 2012 season. Goodell said NFL Network will expand its current eight-game “Thursday Night Football” package starting in Week 2 and running through Week 15. “Adding these games to the NFL Network schedule will give more players, teams, and cities …

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NFL To Debut First-Ever Super Bowl Ad For Player Safety

  Whether or not your team is in the Super Bowl, one of the big reasons we all watch the big game is because of the commercials.  It’s ok, you can admit it, even when the Steelers are playing for another Lombardi those commercials add a bit of comedy to a stressful situation. The NFL …

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Mean Joe Featured in Super Bowl Commercial for Downy

  Downy is planning to run a commercial during the Super Bowl that is sure to bring a smile to every Steeler fans face, even if our beloved team isn’t in the game this coming weekend.  It’s a parody off the original 1979 Coke commercial with Steelers Hall of Famer Mean Joe Greene. I think …

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Is Dick LeBeau Getting a Free Pass For Team’s 2011 Failure?

  As the merry-go-round of potential offensive coordinators continues to spin, I have to comment on something I’ve seen on some social networking sites as well as on Pittsburgh Steelers’ message boards. Several individuals have questioned whether or not Defensive Coordinator Dick LeBeau and his defense are getting a free pass in light of the …

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