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Chris Hubbard is our Steelers player of the game for Week 5 vs. Jets

In a game in which the quarterback threw four touchdown passes, a receiver set a career high with 139-yards and two touchdowns and the running back gained 154-yards of total offense, our player of the game goes to none of them. 444 more words

Steelers Wire News

Which New York Jets player is the best fit on the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Wouldn’t it be nice to take one of the best players on the opposing team every week and add him to the team moving forward? While that sounds more like a new Madden feature than a real-life scenario, throughout the season this series will do just that. 338 more words

Steelers Wire News

C.J. Spiller scores in Seahawks debut

Running back C.J. Spiller didn’t have a long time to familiarize himself with the Seahawks offense this week, but he learned enough of it to score a touchdown in the second quarter against the Jets. 178 more words

Rumor Mill

Cable hopes butt kickings will make his revamped line better

The Seahawks are finally going to have their so-called first-team line together, but that doesn’t figure to help them much as they face another stellar defensive line in New York. 709 more words

State Of The Team

NFL Week 1 Bests & Worsts: Mike McCoy Has No Business Being a Head Coach

Every week, we’ll go through some of the best and worst of the notable Sunday performances. Here they are for week 1.

Hottest Seat: Mike McCoy, San Diego Chargers… 666 more words


Jets' 'Big Cat' Williams Using Cold Tubs To Turn Up Heat On The Field

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Leonard Williams wants to chill out a lot more this season.

The New York Jets defensive lineman mostly avoided ice baths as a rookie, preferring to pass on the ice cube-filled tubs in which many of his teammates would sit and shiver. 829 more words


Muhammad Wilkerson, New York Jets Beat Deadline With Five-Year, $85 Million Deal

Muhammad Wilkerson and the New York Jets would up beating Friday’s deadline for franchise-tagged players to get new deals. The 26-year-old agreed to a five-year, $85 million contract that will keep him in New York through his prime years. 231 more words