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Pittsburgh's Goin' To The Super Bowl?

“For some context on the Steelers injuries in 2015, Pittsburgh placed 25 players on injured reserve from May 2015 through the Super Bowl. Only the Giants and Ravens had more.

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Steelers Players And Coaches

Rebuild vs. Reboot: Did the Steelers Do It the Hard Way?

Part 1

Although it was stoutly denied by all parties who should know, in retrospect it seems pretty clear the Steelers went through a gradual rebuilding process that began around 2012 and may or may not be over, depending on how you look at it. 1,804 more words

Steelers Players And Coaches

The New, Improved Extra Point Attempt—Did It Mess With Kicker's Heads?

If you were paying attention at all in 2015 you know what I’m talking about. As NFL writer Kevin Patra reported last May:

The NFL has been tinkering with the PAT in hopes of making it a more difficult and therefore entertaining play for spectators.

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Commentary

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

Commentary

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

Steelers Players And Coaches

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

Steelers Players And Coaches

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

Ben Roethlisberger