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Do the Steelers have too many or too few free safeties?

As of now, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting safeties are set to be Sean Davis and Morgan Burnett. In terms of overall skills, these two guys give the Steelers the best chance to shore up the two big problems this defense had in 2017. 256 more words

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Steelers Experiment With Changing Sides To Help Pass Rush

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Steelers’ defense has some new faces among the starting group and new position coaches. But one wrinkle in their alignment could be just as much of a difference-maker this upcoming season. 614 more words

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Stopping the run a key for Steelers defense says Keith Butler

Last season the Pittsburgh Steelers were No. 10 in the NFL in rushing yards allowed. Not a terrible number at all. However, when you dig into the stats a little you see a bit more. 245 more words

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Keith Butler highlights communication as a key strength for Terrell Edmunds

During the 2017 NFL season, fans recognized quickly that things were amiss for the Pittsburgh Steelers secondary. It wasn’t the lack of talent. Both starting cornerbacks were former first-round picks and both starting safeties were former second-round picks. 217 more words

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Steelers Thoughts #15 (1/26/18): Trust in/and "The Process"

As this writing begins, Mike Tomlin, his remaining coaching staff, and an impressive total of nine imminently deserving Pittsburgh Steelers players are themselves getting to work with Pro Bowl preparations in Orlando, Florida. 3,501 more words

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Report: Mike Tomlin took over defensive playcalling last season

The three-ring circus that is the Pittsburgh Steelers just got another attraction. According to Post-Gazette writer Ed Bouchette, head coach Mike Tomlin took over at least a portion of the defensive playcalling from defensive coordinator Keith Butler. 152 more words

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Steelers playoff loss filled with enough mistakes to fit every critic's agenda

The Pittsburgh Steelers season ended in spectacular fashion on Sunday with failures in almost every aspect of the game. For the wide variety of media critics who focus on a specific problem within the team or the fans who have issues with certain players or certain coaches, everyone saw something that fit their agenda in the defeat. 747 more words

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