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Pittsburgh Steelers Week 15 Scoreboard-Watching Guide

The 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers might be bleeding in a ditch, but they still have a playoff pulse. A loss at home to the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday night would officially pull the plug on the Steelers’ playoff chances, but despite a previous report in this space, the Steelers (5-8) cannot be knocked out of the playoff …

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger Does His Job as a Leader by Calling Out Le’Veon Bell

Rookie running back Le’Veon Bell has recovered from a foot injury and could start for the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Ben Roethlisberger isn’t exactly breaking out the party hats. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Roethlisberger said on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh that “You can’t get a read on him.” Roethlisberger intimated …

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Can Felix Jones Even Make the Pittsburgh Steelers Roster?

Remember when the Pittsburgh Steelers could get useful Cowboys castoffs? Don’t expect running back Felix Jones to make Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert look like geniuses the way Flozell Adams did in 2010. The Steelers traded outside linebacker Adrian Robinson to the Philadelphia Eagles for Jones on Friday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. This isn’t …

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Why the Pittsburgh Steelers Should Play One Game in London Every Year

During this week in which the United States celebrates its independence, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was in the country we declared independence from 237 years ago. Big Ben had his picture taken with his namesake clock in the background as part of a trip to London this week to promote the Steelers’ game against …

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Cutting James Harrison Was the Wrong Move for the Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers got worse on Saturday, and they weren’t that good to begin with. The Steelers released James Harrison, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and that was a mistake. NFL games are not won or lost in March, but right now it’s hard to feel good about the Steelers’ chances of improving on their …

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Ravens Super Bowl Win Bad for Nation, Great for Steelers

Having had a chance to digest what I admit was a very entertaining and bizarre Super Bowl, here is what I think: Let’s just get this out of the way up front. No self-respecting, card-carrying Citizen of the original sports nation can say they are happy with how this Super Bowl played out.

What Has Todd Haley Done as Steelers Offensive Coordinator to Earn a Head Coaching Interview?

Gee, I thought a coordinator had to accomplish something before interviewing for a head coaching job in the NFL. The Pittsburgh Steelers have allowed the Arizona Cardinals to interview offensive coordinator Todd Haley for their head coaching position, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Haley had some success coaching the Kansas City Chiefs. After a 4-12 …

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Steelers-Ravens; The Three Keys for Both Teams on Sunday Night

The game of football and especially at the professional level is about match-ups and being able to take advantage of them. Both the Steelers and Ravens have been scheming all week on how to take advantage of each other’s weaknesses. Rarely does a game seem so simple in terms of those match-ups than this one …

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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 Finding Themselves in Limbo With Harrison?

I think we all realize that the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense is better with James Harrison on the field than off. You could certainly argue even at 75% Harrison would be a better option than either Chris Carter or Jason Worilds. The problem really doesn’t revolve around that though because what it deals with is simply …

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