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The NFL Network and NFL.com recently named the Dallas Cowboys as the most intriguing defensive unit heading into the 2015 season. While the additions of Greg Hardy, Randy Gregory and Byron Jones will certainly place America’s Team among the most closely observed units in the NFL, the mixture of highly touted youth, veteran leadership and solid role players make the Steelers defense a unit to watch in 2015. 296 more words
Ummm..”HELL YES”!!! On any team’s defense for that matter.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Pittsburgh Steelers beat writer asked the other three AFC North beat writers who they believe the Steelers’ most feared defensive player is at the moment, especially now that players such as Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor and Brett Keisel have retired. 328 more words
If you play fantasy football, you’re probably aware that Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown are more than likely going in round one of your draft later this summer. 294 more words
The Steelers’ once dominant defensive unit struggled mightily last season, posting one of the poorest overall performances Pittsburgh has seen in well over a decade. Despite the obvious downfalls and ineffective play, the Steelers have a lot to be excited about as far as their defensive front is concerned, with youth, depth and several established veterans leading the way into a new era of Pittsburgh football. 446 more words
When the Steelers promoted former linebackers coach Keith Butler to defensive coordinator to replace the departed Dick LeBeau, if left question mark surrounding the future of Pittsburgh’s defensive philosophy. 353 more words
The Pittsburgh Steelers defense struggled last season. In other news, grass is green.
Although Pittsburgh’s defensive woes in 2014 have been well-documented, it’s irresponsible to make light of the situation. 297 more words