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Steelers’ Fans Need To Be Patient With Jarvis Jones

Going into the 2013 NFL Draft, I wasn’t too high on Jarvis Jones and was hoping one of the top guards would drop the Steelers in Chance Warmack or Jonathan Cooper. I didn’t really have a good reason to be down on Jones and was going more just on a feeling I had about him. …

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Pittsburgh Steelers Must Find a Way to Re-Sign Jason Worilds

Just a few weeks ago, it looked like the Pittsburgh Steelers couldn’t afford to keep Jason Worilds in 2014. The 25-year-old Worilds becomes an unrestricted free agent after this season. In his first three seasons, the outside linebacker had just 10 sacks. Considering their salary-cap constraints, it seemed like a no-brainer for the Steelers to …

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Pittsburgh Steelers Get Splash Plays, Protect Ben Roethlisberger in 27-11 Win Over Cleveland Browns

It took a while for the scoreboard to show it, but the Pittsburgh Steelers were doing a lot of good things Sunday in their 27-11 win at Cleveland. The Steelers (5-6) had won two straight but entered the game with fragile playoff hopes. Needing a win over the Browns to make the playoffs a more …

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Lions vs. Steelers: Unlikely Heroes Emerge in Pittsburgh’s 37-27 Win over Detroit

Where there’s a will, there’s a way. Two Wills who had been doing a lot of grunt work for the Pittsburgh Steelers thrived in the spotlight Sunday in a character-building 37-27 win over the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field. Fullback Will Johnson caught the game-winning touchdown pass and safety Will Allen’s interception set up the …

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2013 Pittsburgh Steelers: 4 Players Poised for Breakout Seasons

If the Pittsburgh Steelers don’t see breakout performances from several players in 2013, they’ll miss the playoffs for consecutive seasons for the first time since 2000. Four Steelers look to be on the verge of breakout seasons in 2013. If all of them can make that leap, the Steelers might once again play well into …

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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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Steelers defense has no answer for Peyton Manning in 2nd half; losing opener 31-19

If you talked to virtually anybody outside of Pittsburgh, and even many Steeler fans, this one was going to be an easy win for the Broncos. Peyton Manning was back, the Steelers would be without James Harrison and Ryan Clark, insert any other reason you wish. While the Steelers did manage to keep it close …

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The 3-4 Defense Has Been Historically Good Against Manning

It’s impossible to measure a guy’s success based on one game or even a handful of games over a career in the National Football League, but it’s hard not to notice the success, or lack thereof, by Denver Broncos’ QB Peyton Manning against the 3-4 defense. It really is impossible because Manning has had good …

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Steelers Linebackers: Normally a strength but now a concern?

When you think of the Pittsburgh Steelers defense the first thing that always comes to mind is Linebackers. Heck, when you think of them period, Linebackers are at or near the top of your thoughts. The Steelers have been nothing short of legendary since the 70′s at this position. They always seem to find a …

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Harrison, Worilds Off the PUP List

Outside linebackers James Harrison and his back-up Jason Worilds were activated from the PUP list according to the Steelers. Harrison was quoted today as saying he knows he will be ready for the season opener in Denver. The main issue for Harrison has been his knee while Worilds has been fighting get healthy from surgery …

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