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Category Archive: Wide Receivers

Onward Steelers; It’s Time to Accept This is a Passing Offense

If you haven’t come to the realization that the Pittsburgh Steelers are a pass-first team then perhaps you’ve been watching re-runs of the Seventies’ Steelers. Art Rooney II can say Ben Roethlisberger needs to ‘tweak his game’ all he wants to but I didn’t see anything that needed tweaking yesterday in the 34-31 loss to …

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Steelers, this offense could be scary-good

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ 27-10 win was a needed one on many levels even in just week two of the National Football League season. While my rants of the last few seasons have probably been well-balanced between my loathing for the offense and the lack of pressure and creativity by the defense, today I’m singing some …

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Steelers Miller, Sanders, and Cotchery could be keys to offensive success vs Jets

As the New York Jets come to Heinz Field this Sunday for the home opener, there are several key matchups that we’ll explore the rest of this week leading up to the game. One of the more interesting ones to keep an eye on is how the Jets secondary will match up with the Steelers …

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It wasn’t all bad for Roethlisberger and the Steelers offense

I don’t know why, but I’m amazed at the number of Steeler fans that are finding the nearest bridge in Pittsburgh and taking a flying leap. Yes we are all upset, things didn’t go as we planned in our minds heading into the season opener. It was supposed to be a redemption game for team …

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Steelers’ Wallace and others at increased injury risk early in season

The best case scenario for any NFL team is to have all hands on deck and everyone healthy for the season opener. While that doesn’t happen as often as we’d like, the potential for injury early in the season is always a risk to be mindful of regardless.  Healthy players certainly are not immune to injuries …

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Steelers’ Big Ben and Young Money have chance to be special

Three 1,000 yd seasons by a Steelers receiving corp? Dare we say that this Pittsburgh offense in 2012 has the capability of outdoing everyone in the league? Well, we can’t get ahead of ourselves quite yet, but If you look at the history of Ben Roethlisberger’s passing stats, along with the receiving numbers by Mike …

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2012 Steelers Roster; the more things change, the more they stay the same

When the Steelers entered the offseason after that gut wrenching loss in overtime to the Denver Broncos last year, there was talk that things needed to change. Warren Sapp of the NFL Network called them “old and slow”, and the rise of Bengals in the AFC North had everyone wondering what the Steelers would do …

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On the Steelers; What Keeping Four Wide Recievers Means

A lot of experts are calling this season for the Pittsburgh Steelers a ‘transition’ year and they may be right in the end, but after cut-down day yesterday the real transition may be in the approach on offense. With the Steelers choosing to keep just four wide receivers and four tight ends on the active roster, …

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My Final Thoughts on “The Summer of Wallace”

Throughout the last 20 years, the world of sports and sports journalism has been literally over-saturated with the same type of grotesque elements that cover movie stars wlaking out of the restroom at the local nightclub and head coaches who have foot fetishes. It came as no surprise on Tuesday that when Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike …

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Still battles to be fought in final Steelers preseason game – Offense

Among all the hoopla of Mike Wallace returning to the Steelers this week, there’s still a big game for a lot of players coming up on Thursday night. Wallace won’t be playing in it but there are still battles to be fought, and roster spots to be filled. This game is just as important as …

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