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Dwyer with another 100 yd performance in Steelers win over Redskins, 27-12

This year has been a transition year for the Steelers; figuring out just what exactly is “Steelers Football” has been tough to say the least, but Jonathan Dwyer and the offensive line are trying to clear things up. On a day where the division rival Ravens were on a bye, the Steelers seized the opportunity …

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Steelers Dwyer and patchwork Offensive Line playing with an attitude

Jonathan Dwyer and the Steelers offensive line have seemingly had enough of the doubters, nay sayers, and non believers. They took it upon themselves to take over late in the game and help Pittsburgh gain ground in a key AFC North win over the Bengals on Sunday night, 24-17. It hasn’t been very often this …

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So When Does Colbert Get Blamed for the Lack of Running Game?

Quite frankly, I’m absolutely exhausted when it comes to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers and the defense’s epic collapse in Oakland. So I figured, why not write about something else right? Well, my topic today is Kevin Colbert and my blood is already boiling. As you are well aware of, the offensive line of the …

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On the Steelers; 10-6 Just Seems Right This Season

What kind of writer, blogger or so-called ‘expert’ would I be if I didn’t tell you my thoughts on how the Pittsburgh Steelers will fare this year and why? Normally, I really hate these types of pieces because it’s just so hard to see what the future holds especially as it pertains to injuries, 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 Wallace, Brown, Starks, and Gilbert must win one on one matchups vs Broncos

Something that former Steelers Head Coach Bill Cowher used to day, “get a hat on a hat”, is probably embedded in the minds of Steeler fans for all of eternity. We heard it so many times it was like a broken record, but he preached doing so because of the importance of beating your man, …

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Amazing comebacks for Steelers’ Hampton, Starks, and Mendenhall

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How quickly things change for the Steelers. Less than 9 months ago, we were all wondering if Max Starks, Rashard Mendenhall, and Casey Hampton would be able to play in the 2012 regular season. For that matter, if they were able to play, it certainly wouldn’t be in the season opener right? It used to …

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Steelers depth chart features some new faces and many familiar ones

The Steelers depth chart for 2012 was recently released, and while it contains some new faces or old faces in new positions, not much has changed over all. This chart will change during the year based on player injuries or other roster moves made by the team. A few key changes: Chris Rainey showed enough …

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Not necessarily your typical Steelers 3rd preseason game

If you’re expecting to see Ben Roethlisberger, Troy Polamalu, Lamarr Woodley and your other favorite Steelers play this weekend then you’ll be a happy camper. However, with many young players fighting it out for starting positions you’ll also get a nice dose of new faces again too. You’re typical 3rd preseason game is all the …

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Steelers counting on Max Starks to start the regular season, but will he be ready?

The injury to Steelers left tackle Mike Adams may or not keep him out a full two weeks but in the mean time it’s creating some situations on the offensive line, one of which is the availability of Max Starks to return for the regular season opener. If you’ve heard what Offensive Line Coach Sean …

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