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History Doesn’t Bode Well for 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers After Winless Preseason

Is there panic in the streets of Pittsburgh? Are Pittsburgh Steelers fans starting the Labor Day weekend early by drowning their sorrows in Iron City beer? Are online ticket prices for Steelers games at Heinz Field plummeting like the prices of bathing suits after Labor Day? Probably not. The Pittsburgh Steelers just wrapped up their …

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Pittsburgh Steelers: 5 Most Memorable Wins in Non-Playoff Seasons

As disappointing as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2012 season was, it did provide at least one sentimental snapshot. When Shaun Suisham’s last-second field goal sailed through the uprights to give the Steelers a 23-20 upset win at Baltimore, Ben Roethlisberger and Charlie Batch shared a long, emotional embrace that was about so much more than just …

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Pittsburgh Steelers Were Born 80 Years Ago Today

Fourth of July weekend is over, Pittsburgh Steelers fans. With the holiday falling on a Thursday, many of you probably took a four-day weekend. You watched fireworks. You grilled burgers.  You went to the beach. Now it’s Monday. Back to work. Ugh. Not so fast. After celebrating the nation’s birthday, Steelers fans have another historic …

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7 Pittsburgh Steelers Seasons That Were Like ‘Sopranos’ Seasons (Part 2 of 2)

Previously, on Steeler Addicts … Replace “Steeler Addicts” with “The Sopranos” and you have the dramatic, deep-throated voice-over greeting for every episode of “The Sopranos” before a montage of key scenes from previous episodes. It was a familiar refrain on Sunday nights between 1999 and 2007. With the passing of Sopranos star James Gandolfini at …

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7 Pittsburgh Steelers Seasons That Were Like ‘Sopranos’ Seasons (Part 1 of 2)

Fans of “The Sopranos” were stunned this week by the death of James Gandolfini, who played mob boss Tony Soprano on the HBO TV series. “The Sopranos” last aired six years ago this month, but Gandolfini’s passing brought the show back to mind and prompted fans to dust off their Sopranos DVDs and watch a …

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 Summer Reading List

It’s no-more-pencils-no-more-books time for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Like millions of kids across America, the Steelers’ summer vacation has begun. Their offseason work ended Thursday with the final day of mandatory minicamp. No more practices until training camp begins July 26 at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. Just because the Steelers have six weeks off …

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A Look at the Rough Spots in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2013 Schedule

It’s been pointed out in this space how the Pittsburgh Steelers tend to have better seasons when they avoid the spotlight in Week 1. The Steelers’ 2013 opener at home against the Tennessee Titans is the type of laid-back matchup that kicked off their last three Super Bowl seasons. It’s also one of nine games …

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A Sad Super Bowl for The Nation

Citizens of the One and Only Sports Nation, we are in a time of mourning. Not only are our beloved Steelers making vacation plans which do not include saying the words “I’m going to Disney World!”, two teams that give us absolutely nothing to cheer for, are meeting in the Super Bowl.

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