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Keith Butler continues to break traditions on Steelers defense

When the Pittsburgh Steelers chose to move on from Dick LeBeau as defensive coordinator and promote Keith Butler no one really knew what to expect. He’d been the DC for 11 seasons and set a precedent for how things are to be done. 370 more words

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Keith Butler making life easier for rookies in Steelers defense

On defense, one of the things the Pittsburgh Steelers have always had is a steep learning curve for rookies. Former defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau ran a complex 3-4 scheme that demanded significant football acumen. 282 more words

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Butler understands the challenges of preparing for Bengals offense

When Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler spoke to the media on Thursday, he was quick to point out just how diverse and talented the Cincinnati Bengals offense is. 248 more words

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On Second Thought: Steelers vs. Browns

Lazarus rising (a nod to Homer)

PaVaSteelers turned to me at the end and said, “I didn’t expect this.” And to be brutally honest, neither had I. 1,305 more words


Butler doesn't care where sacks come from as long as they come

There’s been much made about the Pittsburgh Steelers ability to rush the passer this year, and the source of that pass rush. Going into the last game of the regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelers currently have 41 sacks on the season which puts them in a tie the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals for fourth in the league. 279 more words

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Approaching the Finish Line: Steelers Down the Stretch

by Ivan Cole

Life got in the way so I never got around to doing a third quarter report on 2015 edition of the Pittsburgh Steelers. 2,675 more words


Keith Butler: "It is illegal to print how I feel about 39 points"

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Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler has had an interesting first season running the Steelers defense, as each solid performance seems to eventually be forgotten quickly after a bad one. 280 more words

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