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Battle of the AFC North: Assessing the 2013 3rd and 4th Round Draft Picks

Two weeks ago I started a series revisiting the 2013 draft for the AFC North. You can read about the first-round picks here and the second-round picks… 2,090 more words

Steelers Players And Coaches

Meet the New Steelers Stats Guru: Karim Kassim

As I mentioned in last week’s article, Does Character Actually Count in the NFL?, the Steelers have added a front office guy, signaling their entry into 21st century methods of player acquisition analysis.   1,784 more words

Steelers Players And Coaches

A Paean to Shaun Suisham, Place Kicker, Part 1

This article turned into rather a mashup because I set out to not only  celebrate Shaun Suisham the kicker but Shaun Suisham the man. In the end I decided to divide it up, and today’s article will give a bit of background and some stats. 1,610 more words

Steelers Players And Coaches

Turnovers, Takeaways, and the Steelers 2015 Draft

by Rebecca Rollett

Back in 2012 I read the following comment in an article by John Dudley of the Erie Times-News: 

Through six weeks the Steelers rank dead last in the league in takeaway-giveaway ratio at minus-10.

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Steelers Players And Coaches

Battle of the AFC North: Assessing the 2013 1st Round Draft Picks

by Rebecca Rollett

Back in 2013 I did a series of articles comparing that year’s draft picks by the AFC North teams. The idea was to compare their college stats and decide who made the best picks. 2,276 more words

Pittsburgh Steelers

Speed Kills… But How Much Can it Help the Steelers?

by Rebecca Rollett

I started doing some research for an article on running back Dri Archer last season. In the course of my research I ran across a couple of players who also caught my eye.  1,956 more words

Steelers Players And Coaches

Taking a content inventory

In order to plan the steps we need to take toward building new online services for nottinghamshire.gov.uk we need to know what we already have, where it’s coming from and who’s using it at the moment. 634 more words

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