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How Close Did the Steelers Come to a Championship, Part 2b: More on the Offense

In Part 1 I speculated upon the quarterback position for the Panthers, the Broncos and the Steelers. In Part 2a I looked at several games between two of the three teams to see how their offense fared against common opponents. 1,963 more words

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How Close Did the Steelers Come to a Championship, Part 2a: Total Offense

Since I began this series, former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher gave some validity to the exercise. In today’s Tribune-Review Cowher had this to say: 1,729 more words

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How Close Were the Steelers to a Championship?

Part 1—Quarterback

In this series I am going to indulge in the sort of pointless speculation we’re all forced into at this time of year if our team doesn’t make it to the final game. 1,598 more words

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AFC North Stats 'N At: And Then There Was One (Week 18)

I’m still not over Saturday’s game. I don’t think anyone is. The repercussions from this game are going to be felt far into the future, I believe. 2,265 more words

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AFC North Stats 'N At, Regular Season Wrap

Particularly as Saturday’s opponent is our old frenemy the Cincinnati Bengals, this post will serve both of the AFC North stats article and the opponent preview. 2,350 more words

Ben Roethlisberger

Heading Into Overtime: Pittsburgh Steelers 2015 Fourth Quarter Report

by Ivan Cole

Mission accomplished?

If you had polled the community as the beginning of the season approached and asked what the goals for the regular season are, the most likely answer would be: 2,480 more words

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AFC North Stats 'N At, Week 16 Edition

Week 16 was not a good one for the Black and Gold. The AFC North was a mere .250 this week, and the sole winning team was the one which damaged the Steelers playoff hopes the most—the Ravens. 1,543 more words

Ben Roethlisberger