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Onward Steelers; No Excuses for the Offense This Week

If you go by what Pittsburgh Steelers’ owner Art Rooney, Jr said in his post-2011 season comments, the need for a new offensive coordinator was to help Ben Roethlisberger ‘tweak’ his game, get better in the red zone and return the team to a more solid running attack. Exit Bruce Arians and enter Todd Haley. …

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Onward Steelers; Rainey’s Utilization Will Increase With Experience

Chris Rainey made his NFL debut Sunday night and left much to be desired but I certainly don’t blame him or anyone else for that matter. The Steelers gave him the ball on a traditional running play and another where misdirection was the key and resulted in a seven yard gain. His only reception was …

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Steelers’ Miller, Other Tight Ends Could Thrive in Haley Offense

I believe it was last year during the preseason when Philadelphia came into Heinz Field and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense looked like this unstoppable machine as Ben Roethlisberger picked apart the Eagles’ secondary and the play-calling was creative and on the mark. It seemed Bruce Arians was finally getting this offense where everyone expected it …

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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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There are ALWAYS questions entering a new Steelers’ season.

Fans of every sport go through it. It’s that period of time just before your favorite teams’ season is about to begin. There’s the feeling of potential success. Is this my team’s year? Will we finally be able to stay healthy? Can our superstars produce in the clutch? These are few of the dozens of …

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Former Steeler Moore joins Arians in Indy

Former Pittsburgh Steeler Mewelde Moore signed with the Indianapolis Colts today. The signing reunites Moore with former Steelers’ offensive coordinator Bruce Arians who now has the same position with Indy. While never a game-changer, Moore did an excellent job in Pittsburgh in his role as a third down specialist. With Baron Batch expected back from …

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Haley and Arians comparisons are coming. You shouldn’t be surprised.

One of members on the steeleraddicts.com forums had posted a thread this morning about Todd Haley and why is he seemingly getting so much love for really not having done a whole lot to merit it. In the very first response, much of the discussion centered not on  Todd Haley, but on the now-departed Bruce …

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Steelers have a full-time fullback? No thanks

If you’ve been wondering whether or not new Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive coordinator Todd Haley is going to emphasize the running game more then I present you with further evidence of this possibility. Isaac Redman was quoted by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Ed Bouchette stating that David Johnson will indeed be the full-time fullback heading into the …

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Steelers’ No Huddle talk shouldn’t surprise you

If you were at all shocked to hear Ben Roethlisberger’s comments regarding the potential for “lots of no-huddle” offense in 2012 my question would be… Why? In an interview with the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen which will air Thursday, Roethlisberger was quoted as saying, “In these meetings I’ve had with Coach Haley, he’s all about …

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LeBeau facing critical year in 2012

You can hardly blame anyone associated with the Pittsburgh Steelers for talking mostly about the offense during the offseason of 2012. After all, from red zone failures to Bruce Arians’ ‘retirement’ and the eventual hiring of Todd Haley, there has been much to discuss. I believe there is one guy in particular who has to …

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