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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast – Week 10 Recap, Week 11 Preview

Join Matt and Marc from SteelerAddicts as we break down the craziness that was the Chiefs vs Steelers and look ahead to the epic showdown at Heinz Field against the hated Ravens. The latest on Ben’s injury, the rumors flying about concerning not only Ben  but also the upcoming birth of his son. and much …

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Lewis and Taylor Face Their Biggest Test Against Ravens

Ike Taylor picked up his 2012 season where he left his 2011 one off by getting abused by the Denver Broncos on opening night in the Mile High city. Keenan Lewis won a battle over youngsters Cortez Allen and Curtis Brown for the corner opposite Taylor in Dick LeBeau’s 3-4 defense. To say that both …

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Clark Continues to be His Own Worst Enemy With Tackling Style

If you held a straw poll of Pittsburgh Steelers’ MVP candidates through nine games this season, there’s a good chance you’d see votes for Ben Roethlisberger, Heath Miller and Ryan Clark. In the absence of Troy Polamalu, Clark has taken over as the leader of the secondary and has played with his usual reckless abandon …

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Steelers Roethlisberger right shoulder injury, Ryan Clark concussion

The Steelers win over the Chiefs on Monday Night Football came a huge price, at least potentially as both Ben Roethlisberger and Ryan Clark left the game and did not return. For Ben, he left after getting sandwiched and being thrown to the ground on his right shoulder. After going to the sidelines for a …

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Steelers’ Ryan Clark, and others, are likely on NFL watchlists

If there’s one thing you set your clock to every NFL season, it’s the Steelers being at the forefront of some type of controversy with the league. Usually it’s the defense and one of the more common names that comes to mind is safety Ryan Clark. It’s not that Clark goes looking for trouble (at …

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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast: Week 9 Wrapup, Steelers vs Giants

Matt and Marc are back online and talking all things Steelers vs Giants and the huge win for the Black n Gold, 24-20. Now sitting at 5-3 the Steelers are in prime position for a showdown in 2 weeks against the Ravens but there’s much to talk about before then including a big Monday nighter …

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Ryan Clark’s phantom helmet to helmet hit worked in Steelers favor (video included)

Ryan Clarks hit on Victor Cruz in the end zone..Photo courtesy of TribLive.com

We should be used to this by now, but I don’t know that we in the Steeler Nation ever will; speaking of the phantom penalties that have been so plentiful over the years. On Sunday night against the Giants though, there were several more to add to the list but the flag against safety Ryan …

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Steelers’ Ryan Clark takes proactive stance on replacement officials

Ryan Clark - Photo courtesy of Atlanta Black Star

The 2012 NFL season will forever be known as the year of the replacement officials. It doesn’t matter how many games the Steelers win or anybody else; whoever wins the Super Bowl will have an asterisk by their title in the minds of the fans. Now if the Steelers were to win it we certainly …

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Ryan Clark, Ike Taylor outlast bad officiating in Steelers win

As a fan, I’ve been somewhat tolerant of the NFL Replacement Officials this season. After all, these are mainly college officials from smaller schools thrust into the limelight under a ton of pressure. Every missed call can turn the outcome of game upside down potentially. Having said that, things have gotten worse rather than better …

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Steelers finish strong in home opener to down Jets, 27-10

Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh Tribune Review

This was a huge game for the Steelers, and not just because it was the home opener. Going down 0-2 on the season was just not something that Lamarr Woodley or anyone else on the team was willing to concede. It was imperative to start out strong in this game, get the home crowd into …

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