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Steelers Fans Didn’t Hide Their Love for Dick LeBeau

There’s a place in New York City where dozens of people, men and women both, proclaim their love for Dick on Sunday afternoons in the fall. The patrons at Hibernia, a Steelers bar in the Hell’s Kitchen section of Manhattan, shouted “We love Dick! We love Dick! We love Dick!” in unison whenever Steelers defensive coordinator …

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Chuck Noll’s Teaching Skills Helped Change Steelers History

Chuck Noll’s death on Friday at the age of 82 was hardly a surprise. He had been in poor health for a number of years. But couldn’t he have had just one more Father’s Day? Noll was more than just a football coach. Unlike many of today’s NFL coaches, he wasn’t working 18-hour days and …

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Things That Need to Change in the NFL

As yet another season of exciting NFL action bears down on us, (and the drive for ring number seven begins anew for our beloved Pittsburgh Steelers), I thought I would take a minute and touch on a few things not to like about the NFL. Not to reduce our fervor and love for the game, …

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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Very Best Ever…NFL Record

Being the fifth oldest franchise in the sport, with their 81st season upon us this year, I would like to look at what is the best NFL record the Steelers hold. So, let’s start with a look at some of the records the Steelers currently hold.

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ very best ever…

Well, my fellow Citizens of the One and Only Nation, I have come up with this idea and I hope you like it. I’m going look at some part of our beloved franchise and evaluate the best of that item. I invite you to debate, discuss, and argue over my selections. I’m no expert. These …

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Roethlisberger’s 9th Season on Similar Path as Bradshaw’s?

Lots of discussion today on social media and in the local news about Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger closing in on Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw’s team record for passing yardage in a career. This particular talk inevitably brings up the issue of who is/was the better quarterback which in my personal opinion is like often …

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Former Pittsburgh Steeler Craig Wolfley To Be Inducted Into Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame

Huge congratulations goes out to a great Pittsburgh Steeler and friend of SteelerAddicts, Craig Wolfley on his induction into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame. We also offer up big congrats to his brother Ron Wolfley who will also be inducted. We’re extremely honored to have Wolf on our podcasts periodically, and be able …

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Former Steeler Len Dawson to be honored as Hometown Hall of Famer

Some information that those Steeler fans from back in the day especially might find interesting.  Young and old fans a like though can appreciate the tradition and history of the Steelers and all those that were a part of it. Pro Football Hall of Fame and Allstate Insurance Company to Honor Len Dawson as “Hometown …

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Dermontti Dawson & Jack Butler join their Steelers brethren in the Pro Football Hall of Fame


The Pittsburgh Steelers Center that revolutionized the position will be joining Steeler great Jack Butler in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the class of 2012. They will be enshrined on August 4, 2012, in Canton Ohio. Dawson made seven Pro Bowls as the Steelers’ center, a rare player who could also block defensive …

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Mean Joe knows what it takes to run in the NFL


One of the most respected Steelers players of all time is Mean Joe Greene. He’s been there for 4 Super BOwl wins and has seen just about everything you can possibly see in the NFL during his playing and coaching career. When he speaks, people tend to stop and listen. Greene has been on the …

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