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Steelers Defense Takes Giant Step In 24-14 Win

The Steelers won their last two games with convincing performances on defense, performances which have been minimized due to the competition. There should be no minimizing of their latest victim, the NY Giants. 506 more words


Keys to Steelers defense vs. Giants in Week 13

With back to back victories in games where the Pittsburgh Steelers held their opponents to less than double digit points, the defense enters this Week 13 match-up full of confidence. 717 more words

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Hargrave, Burns, and Davis Starting To Make An Impact

When it has come to the Pittsburgh Steelers defense over the last few years, the best laid plans haven’t always worked out as expected. Sometimes they worked out great, sometimes their plans have been a total bust, and sometimes they have come together in the most unexpected ways. 695 more words


Keys to Steelers defense in Week 11 vs. Browns

If there is such a thing as parity in the NFL, then no one thought to include the Cleveland Browns. Since being granted an expansion franchise in 1999 to make up for carelessly losing the original version to Baltimore, the Browns have been the doormat of the league. 619 more words

Steelers Wire News

Pittsburgh Steelers depressing stat of the week: Dwindling sacks edition

Another week means it’s time for another depressing look at the statistics of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sometimes these are just for the week and others cover a much more expansive history. 253 more words

Steelers Wire News

No coaches safe as Steelers season spirals out of control

When your team is in the midst of a four-game losing streak, it is only natural to talk about the coaches and how warm their respective seats are. 500 more words

Steelers Wire News

The Steelers are Exhausting; Pens Continue to Win

What’s up everybody?! We’re back with our first episode of our new format! Unfortunately, the subject matter isn’t all exciting. We start things off recapping the Steelers 35-30 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. 144 more words

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