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Pittsburgh Steelers: 2013 Report Card for Offense

The grades are in on the offensive side of the ball for the 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers. Although the Steelers were like a broken record in 2013, missing the playoffs for a second straight year and finishing 8-8 for the second straight year, the offense wasn’t the problem, at least not in the second half of …

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2012 Draft is Hurting Them in 2013

The Pittsburgh Steelers have seen enough of Mike Adams for now. That doesn’t say much for their player evaluation leading up to the 2012 NFL draft. Amid the desperation caused by their 0-4 start, the Steelers took the desperate measure of trading a conditional draft pick to the Arizona Cardinals for offensive tackle Levi Brown, …

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6 Players to Watch in Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2013 Preseason Opener

Several Pittsburgh Steelers will be fighting for jobs tonight as the Steelers open their 2013 preseason against the New York Giants at Heinz Field. Staying healthy matters more than winning in preseason games. The Steelers coaches will focus less on the scoreboard and more on individual performances as they try to sort out who belongs …

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Six Pittsburgh Steelers Players to Watch in 2012 Season Finale

Wouldn’t taking down the Christmas tree be a better way to spend Sunday afternoon than watching the Steelers? Steelers fans did not get all they wanted for Christmas, because the Steelers won’t be in the playoffs this season. The Steelers’ season finale Sunday against the Cleveland Browns at Heinz Field will be the first game …

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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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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers training camp roster throwdown: tight ends

The National Football League is a copycat league plain and simple. If teams have success throwing the ball then other franchises take notice. If the 3-4 defense is more productive than the 4-3, teams make changes. The tight end position is no exception. Once a spot reserved for men who were nothing more than extra …

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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 post draft roster breakdown: Tight Ends

The tight end position for the Steelers is one of those things that every fan screams for more use of every year but we never seem to get our prayers answered. Each year we wonder if the offense will finally feature more use of the tight end in the redzone or on 3rd down, but …

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Steelers sign 2 more, 7th rounders David Paulson & Terrence Frederick

The Steelers front office continues to sign draft picks at a record pace thanks to the new CBA rookie salary cap and of course their own imposed rookie pool of funds. According to our friend Chuck Finder at CBS Sports: The Steelers reached agreements with two more draftees, meaning six of their nine picks have …

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Your newest Pittsburgh Steelers: Where they fit

-Affiliate Article- By all accounts, the 2012 draft was a success for the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Despite picking 24th, the Steelers were able to fill needs with picks that were actually great values that fell into their laps round after round.  The good fortune came at an opportune time for a Steelers’ team that had just …

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