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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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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast – Week 10 Recap, Week 11 Preview

Join Matt and Marc from SteelerAddicts as we break down the craziness that was the Chiefs vs Steelers and look ahead to the epic showdown at Heinz Field against the hated Ravens. The latest on Ben’s injury, the rumors flying about concerning not only Ben  but also the upcoming birth of his son. and much …

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Steelers’ Ryan Clark, and others, are likely on NFL watchlists

If there’s one thing you set your clock to every NFL season, it’s the Steelers being at the forefront of some type of controversy with the league. Usually it’s the defense and one of the more common names that comes to mind is safety Ryan Clark. It’s not that Clark goes looking for trouble (at …

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Ryan Clark’s phantom helmet to helmet hit worked in Steelers favor (video included)

Ryan Clarks hit on Victor Cruz in the end zone..Photo courtesy of TribLive.com

We should be used to this by now, but I don’t know that we in the Steeler Nation ever will; speaking of the phantom penalties that have been so plentiful over the years. On Sunday night against the Giants though, there were several more to add to the list but the flag against safety Ryan …

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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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DeAngelo Hall believes the NFL is equally at fault for his ejection in Steelers game

We don’t normally write many articles on other teams here on SteelerAddicts, but occasionally we’ll do just to mix things up a bit, if the topic is interesting enough. Thank you by the way for everyone that continually makes SA a part of your daily sports life, we appreciate it more than you’ll ever know. …

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Steelers’ Ryan Clark takes proactive stance on replacement officials

Ryan Clark - Photo courtesy of Atlanta Black Star

The 2012 NFL season will forever be known as the year of the replacement officials. It doesn’t matter how many games the Steelers win or anybody else; whoever wins the Super Bowl will have an asterisk by their title in the minds of the fans. Now if the Steelers were to win it we certainly …

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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast – Week 3 Recap

There are a plethora of topics in this weeks Steelers Podcast presented by Steeler Addicts. Matt and Marc talk all things Pittsburgh vs Oakland not the least of which was the defensive meltdown that we all witnessed in week 3 of the 2012 NFL season. I’ve used that term, “meltdown” several times since the game …

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Ryan Mundy’s hit reminiscent of Steelers defense of old (video)

Ryan Mundy's big hit on Darrius Heyward-Bey -  Photo courtesy of (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

That was probably the only time on Sunday evening that you could say that about the Steelers defense quite honestly. Everyone in Raider land and I’m sure all of the Steeler haters across the globe will say that Steelers Safety Ryan Mundy lead with his head and intentionally went after Darrius Heyward-Bey on that endzone …

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Lawrence Timmons, the hit that changed the game for the Steelers

Lawrence Timmons - Mark Sanchez

The Steelers win over the Jets in week, 27-10 will largely be remembered as a performance where the offense was able control the clock and close out the game with a late score. Time of Possession was huge in the favor of Pittsburgh as they held onto the ball for 36:36, keeping the Jets’ offense …

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