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Category Archive: 2011 Post Season

The weapons are there but the philosophy is not

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For the Steelers, they have the ability to be absolutely lethal on offense, but they sputtered week in and week out save for an explosive flash of brilliance here and there.  Tom Brady does it, Aaron Rodgers does it, and Drew Brees does it. What do they do? They have coaches that will gameplan using …

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The Steelers mock drafts are starting up

Here’s one from SA member MDSteel15 that would turn some heads it were to come about even close to what he’d like to see. We’ll continue to provide more mock draft and potential Steelers player draftees insight as the offseason rolls towards the 2012 NFL Draft. Let’s say Max Starks’ injury has officially ended his …

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Steelers vs Broncos season ending poem

Thanks so much as always to our friend, SteelersGirlTN7  for posting up her thoughts on the games each week in the form of a poem, in her own unique way.  Here is the final entry of the 2011 season from her! Thanks as always Michele!   Wild Card weekend at Sports Authority Field at Mile …

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Ike Taylor to his son: “Daddy had a bad game”

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Ike Taylor headed home this week after the devastating loss the Steelers suffered in overtime to the Broncos. He still called in to do his weekly “Ike Taylor Show” on TribLive Radio. Some key thoughts that came out of Ike’s show today were tweeted by the Trib’s Mark Kaboly.  Before you read on though just …

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From the nosebleed seats – Take on the game from a fan who was there

The following was submitted by one of SA’s members, Three Four, and his experience at the Steelers vs Broncos Wildcard Game. The Steelers put up a valiant performance despite injuries to key players. From the bleachers, we weren’t getting the injury reports. No Alex Flanagan. We didn’t realize how bad the situation was. It was …

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Hines Ward willing to restructure to return to Steelers

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Hines Ward has been answering questions about his possible retirement since before the season was over. The questions have continued since the devastating loss to the Broncos this past Sunday. Since 1999 Hines Ward has been a staple on the Steelers roster on gameday(he caught 15 passes in his rookie year in 1998), making plays …

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Charlie Batch talks about Hines Ward, Bruce Arians, & Dennis Dixon

Listen here!   Charlie Batch PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Pittsburgh Steelers QB Charlie Batch drops by the Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan studio for a visit with Vinnie & Cook. Charlie looks back at the loss to the Broncos and admits that Tim Tebow played better against Pittsburgh than his tape showed. Charlie shares his thoughts …

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Steelers Offense, Defense, & Special Teams MVP’s 2011

In a year that failed to meet expectations, there were standouts on this Pittsburgh Steelers team that exceeded expectations. Guys who’s role week in and week out were key reasons why the Steelers finished 12-4 in the regular season. Offense: OT Max Starks. WR-KR Antonio Brown , despite only three starts, was the team MVP …

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Standard or no standard, injuries hurt the Steelers

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Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin will never admit it but the fact is that injuries do affect the outcome of games. I understand you don’t want to pass the buck or place blame on anyone but yourselves but seriously it’s ok to admit that injuries do take their toll. You certainly don’t abstain yourself as …

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Hit em high or low, Harrison can’t catch a break

Thanks to a history littered with fines and a suspension for illegal hits, when Pittsburgh’s James Harrison lit up Denver receiver Eric Decker in Sunday’s Wild Card matchup, immediately some spectators cried foul. Decker immediately left the game and will reportedly miss Denver’s next game with a sprained left MCL. After reviewing the video, I …

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