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Three Match-Ups for Tonight; Don’t Expect Chiefs to Lay Down

There’s any number of statistics heading into tonight’s Monday Night Match-up with the Kansas City Chiefs that scare the crap right out of me and now here’s another one; Since the Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1994 AFC Wild-Card Playoffs in overtime, the teams have alternated wins every game since. …

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Steelers Aren’t Looking Past Chiefs But I Am

As a former player and coach in the game of football, I understand better than most that you don’t ever get caught looking ahead. Quite often, when a rivalry game was on the horizon, it would not be a bit surprising to see the fan base and media start looking ahead. It gets even worse …

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Like Jerome Bettis, Todd Haley has chance to stick it to his old employer

Todd Haley - Steelers Offensive Coordinator and former Chiefs Head Coach

Any NFL player or coach with any class at all is never going to call out his old team, no matter how bad things were when they left. Circumstances change from year to year and sometimes things just don’t work out; sometimes you leave on a good note and other times it’s a sour one. …

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So is it the “hot hand” or is it Rashard Mendenhall for the Steelers?

Jonathan Dwyer has 2 100+ yd games this season

As the season moves along for the Steelers we might be finding ourselves in the middle of a running back controversy in Pittsburgh. Now, by controversy I don’t mean something that necessarily divides the team like a quarterback controversy can but rather who Mike Tomlin will start vs who everybody else (including the players and …

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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast: Week 9 Wrapup, Steelers vs Giants

Matt and Marc are back online and talking all things Steelers vs Giants and the huge win for the Black n Gold, 24-20. Now sitting at 5-3 the Steelers are in prime position for a showdown in 2 weeks against the Ravens but there’s much to talk about before then including a big Monday nighter …

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Why the Fake Was a Mistake

Calls like the one Mike Tomlin made in the fourth quarter of yesterday’s win over the New York Giants are the type that make sports talk radio thrive. Of course there will be thousands of people who’ll say they loved the call and thousands more who will say they hated the call and many who …

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Steelers escape New York despite odds stacked against them

They did the right thing in flying in for a road game on the day of the game. It was their only option since clearly Commissioner Roger Goodell had no intention of postponing this game. Even when the NBA and the New York City Marathon were being cancelled or postponed, the National Football League would …

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Roethlisberger reaping benefits of the “dink and dunk” Steelers offense

It’s funny how controversial this term, “dink and dunk” can be when it comes to football these days. It’s not that there is anything wrong with it, at least I don’t think so because the ultimate goal in professional sports is to win no matter what. If it’s short passing; fine, if it’s going deep …

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Wallace’s Post-Game Comments Just the Beginning?

It may seem like a decade ago, but it really was just this past summer and entire preseason where Pittsburgh Steelers’ wideout Mike Wallace sat out in a contract dispute with the team. Wallace certainly didn’t do himself any favors with the fan base, but I think in general, many fans understood what Wallace was …

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Following Win Over ‘Skins, It’s One Game at a Time

The Steeler Nation has high expectations for its’ Men of Steel and why shouldn’t we? This team has been competitive for so long now that even an occasional .500 season is nothing more than a speed bump as we expect our team to be in contention for a Super Bowl berth each and every season. The …

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