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Steelers overcome NFL Officials, Giants, and themselves in gut check win 24-20

We’ve been saying all week that this was the biggest game of the year; a litmus test for a team trying to find itself and get back on track in the AFC North. With the Ravens winning today against the Browns, and the Bengals losing, Pittsburgh had to keep pace in the division and find …

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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast – Week 8 Wrapup

Matt and Marc are back on Blitzburgh Radio as we break down all things related to the Steelers big win over the Redskins this past Sunday, 27-12. There is a multitude of topics to dissect in this one so we jump right into it with the unique fan perspective that you’ve come to expect from …

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Dwyer with another 100 yd performance in Steelers win over Redskins, 27-12

This year has been a transition year for the Steelers; figuring out just what exactly is “Steelers Football” has been tough to say the least, but Jonathan Dwyer and the offensive line are trying to clear things up. On a day where the division rival Ravens were on a bye, the Steelers seized the opportunity …

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Time for Steelers to embrace change in the running game

When it comes to things you can set your clock you by in sports, you can all but guarantee that NFL fans will jump on the bandwagon of a young player who performs well in a big game. It’s no different for Steelers fans as we continue to endure the changing of the guard at …

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Steelers Dwyer and patchwork Offensive Line playing with an attitude

Jonathan Dwyer and the Steelers offensive line have seemingly had enough of the doubters, nay sayers, and non believers. They took it upon themselves to take over late in the game and help Pittsburgh gain ground in a key AFC North win over the Bengals on Sunday night, 24-17. It hasn’t been very often this …

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Steelers Get A Much-Needed Win, But Much To Work On

I’m not sure who received game balls last night in the visitor’s locker room at Paul Brown Stadium, but I certainly hope guys like Willie Colon and Heath Miller received one. I would also make sure coaches Todd Haley and Offensive Line Coach Sean Kugler got one as well. It was obvious they knew Mike …

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Steelers defense vs Bengals, concentrate on the pass or rush?

Normally this would be a no brainer question, the Steelers under Dick Lebeau have always taken the mentality that you stop the run first and make the team one dimensional. This allows you make them more predictable and in theory easier to defend. This year the Steelers defense is ranked 4th overall, allowing 295 yds …

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How the Steelers can help rookie Mike Adams and Ben Roethlisberger vs the Bengals

The Pittsburgh Steelers look¬† more like a M.A.S.H. unit than a football team these days. Then again, that’s pretty much the same song and dance we run into every year. Each week there’s at least one new face in the lineup for some period of time, and it seems to hit the offensive line the …

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Steelers must take advantage of weak AFC North, starting with the Bengals

For the record, yes I did say “weak” AFC North. As of right now in 2012, this is not nearly the same division that we saw last year. The defenses are average at best, and while the offenses have potential to be strong they are still inconsistent. More on that shortly. When it comes to …

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A fans’ response to Rashard Mendenhall’s criticizing tweets following loss to the Titans

So it looks like Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall is at it again on Twitter. This time he’s not taking an entire nation of Americans to task thank goodness, but still, spouting off against the Steeler Nation isn’t going to gain him any brownie points in the minds of the Steeler faithful either. Seriously, if …

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