LaMarr Woodley’s Steelers Record Breaking Streak is Officially Over

LaMarr Woodley is not expected to play against the Browns.  With Woodley not being able to play he is officially done with his record streak.  Woodley had made it to double digit sacks 3 years running.  It is a Steelers record that he shares with James Harrison.  Harrison still has an opportunity to reach the […]


Key Match Ups: Steelers at Browns

The Steelers face off against the Browns on Sunday in the regular season finale.  There could be very much on the line for the Steelers depending upon the outcome of other games around the league.  Here are the match ups to watch for in this weeks game.

Key Match Ups:

Offense:

Antonio Brown vs. Joe […]


Steelers Better Know an Opponent: Cleveland Browns

Basic Intel

Nickname: Browns Location: Cleveland, OH Division: AFC North

Record and Rankings

Record: 4-11 Home Record: 3-4 Road Record: 1-7 Division Record: 0-5 Conference Record:3-8 Head – to- Head (since 2001): 2-20

Points per game: 13.9 Points against per game: 19.6 Rushing Yards: 97.3 (28th Overall) Passing Yards: 194.8 (23rd Overall) Opponent Passing Yards: […]


LaMarr Woodley Expected to Miss Game Again

Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley is expected to miss his sixth game in the last eight this Sunday. When the Steelers face the Browns Woodley will be on the sideline. He was limited in practice again on Thursday with that lingering hamstring injury. This is disheartening as Woodley was on a tear before the injury. He […]


Marcus Gilbert Wins Steelers Rookie of the Year, Farrior Wins Chief Award

Steelers Rookie Offensive Tackle Marcus Gilbert won the Steelers Rookie of the Year Award this season.  Just like his college teammate and offensive line running mate Maurkice Pouncey.  Gilbert made big strides this year and played well.

James Farrior also took home the Chief Award. That is the award that goes to the player who […]


Antonio Brown Named Steelers MVP by Teammates

The Steelers announced their team season awards.  Antonio Brown was named MVP.  Brown just broke the Steelers single season yards from scrimmage mark last week eclipsing over 2,048 yards for the season.  Brown also was just named to his first Pro Bowl.

Brown has been a spark plug for his team this year.  When […]


Ben Roethlisberger to Start after a Full Practice Wednesday

The Steelers plan on starting Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback this weekend.  He made it through a full practice yesterday.  His ankle has healed enough that he is going to start against Cleveland.  Roethlisberger is expected to be on a preseason pitch count though.  He is not expected to play more then 20 or 30 plays. […]


Chris Kemoeatu Named a Pro Bowl Alternate. Now Ike Taylor Has Beef

Chris Kemoeatu was named a third alternate at guard for the 2012 Pro Bowl.  This just shows that they might as well just let the fans vote because the players are just as bad.  Chris Kemoeatu does not even start for his own team.  He was benched and only gets in when other guys get […]


Steelers Wednesday Injury Report @Browns

The injury report grew a bit from last week but some good news and some bad news.

Full Practice

Chris Carter- LB- Hamstring Ben Roethlisberger- QB – Ankle Maurkice Pouncey- C- Ankle Emmanuel Sanders- WR- Foot

Limited Practice

Mike Wallace- WR- Ankle LaMarr Woodley- OLB- Hamstring

Did not Practice:

James Harrison- OLB- Neck Troy Polamalu- […]


Jagr and Talbot back in Pittsburgh tonight wearing orange

Back in early July when Max Talbot decided to sign with the Flyers I was heartbroken.  He was one of my favorites.  I knew he wasn’t going to be coming back to the Penguins but the decision to go to the rival Flyers is what broke me.  It’s like Troy Polamalu going to play for […]


Not good news about Penguins Sidney Crosby

And a day after I wrote about the organization’s silence on Crosby and Letang, they come through with an update, a small one but an update.  Though I have to say that this is not quite the news that anyone was hoping for.  Coach Bylsma said that Crosby while doing light workouts is still having […]


Steelers Round Up: Snubbs, Toys and the Orchestra

I can’t believe we are at the last week of the regular season.  For 20 teams the road ends on Sunday.  Luckily it does not end for the Steelers or their fans.  We will continue on through the playoffs and hopefully will end up in Indianapolis.   With Christmas this week there hasn’t been too much […]


Brett Keisel Not Even Named a Pro Bowl Alternate? The Beard was Snubbed

Now this is just wrong.  Keisel is having his best season.  What he has had to play through this season is unreal.  He is part of the number one defensive unit in the NFL and he is making plays every game.

Keisel has had to work through so much this year.  He has had […]


Was Steelers Ike Taylor Snubbed From the Pro Bowl?

There are a lot of people going wild right now about Ike Taylor being snubbed from the Pro Bowl.  I am not sure if I agree.  Yes he had a great season.  He played good ball but I would say he was only snubbed as not being named an alternate.  That is ridiculous.

The reason […]


AFC North Leads the Way with 14 Pro Bowl Selections

The AFC North put out 14 Pro Bowl selections for the 2012 AFC roster.  There were 5 Steelers, 7 Ravens, and one Bengal and Brown.  That is the largest number of entries out of any division tying the NFC North for best overall in the NFL.

Here are the Pro Bowlers from the AFC North.

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