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According to Jory Rand of KDKA-TV Pittsburgh, Steelers linebacker Larry Foote yelled ‘”you should go kill yourselves” at the replacement officials as he entered the locker room at the end of Sunday’s loss to the Raiders.
It looks like the NFL might have something else to investigate, if they choose to. If anything he might receive a small fine from the league office. We’ll see what happens as the week goes onl.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are back on the practice field on Tuesday before heading off to the bye week and Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports via Twitter that both linebacker James Harrison (knee) and safety Troy Polamalu (calf) are getting work in today.
The team is not required to release a practice participation report during the bye week so we don't know...
Rookie Kelvin Beachum starts the second half with a false start. Ben Roethlisberger was off the mark trying to drop a deep ball into Mike Wallace and the Steelers are facing second and long. On third down Roethlisberger misses Antonio Brown on the right sideline that would have likely moved the chains. The Steelers quarterback was able to make a clutch throw to Wallace on third down...
Man I’m not sure who has it rougher right now? Jay Cuter, Mitt Romney, or the replacement referees. I’m not a ref but I have played enough organized basketball and tons of football games to know refs have it rough. You enter that kitchen though and you must deal with the heat. These replacement [...]
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We apparently have already had our first in-game "incident" between Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and new offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports Sunday morning that Roethlisberger and Haley had a disagreement during the Steelers opening Sunday night loss to the Denver Broncos, but that the quarterback says...
Several have emailed me asking me if the cut block performed by Oakland Raiders right tackle Willie Smith on Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Ziggy Hood late in the Sunday game was an illegal chop block. If you remember, I posted the differences between a legal cut block and an illegal chop block following the Steelers week 1 loss last year to the Baltimore Ravens and I am reposting...
The Pittsburgh Steelers picked up their second loss of the season Sunday against the Oakland Raiders and safety Ryan Mundy likely will pick up a $21,000 fine for his early fourth quarter helmet-to-helmet hit on wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey.
Heyward-Bey was injured while trying to make a catch in the end zone during the Raiders drive that set up the game tying field goal....
Heading into Sunday’s game with the Raiders the Steelers hadn’t won in Oakland since 1995. Unfortunately that trend continued as the Steelers lost their second straight three point game in Oakland. Heading into the game Oakland had the second worst rated offense in the league, but watchi ContinueThe post Steelers Can’t Stop Raiders; Suffer Another Tough Loss in Oakland appeared...
The final score was 31-34 in Oakland, which is a place the Pittsburgh Steelers generally play poorly. However, if the Steelers were going to lose in Oakland most would have expected an offense that couldn’t move the ball while giving up touchdowns on special teams and turnovers. While there were turnovers and special teams were leaky, that wasn’t why the Steelers lost the game...
Below are the week 3 official gamebook snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-31 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. These counts also include penalty plays in addition.
Offensively not much sticks out participation wise as the Steelers ran quite a bit of 11 personnel in the game that utilized 3 wide receivers on the field. The snaps for both Leonard Pope and David Paulson...
Week 3 has the Steelers traveling to Oakland to take on a storied rival from the 1970′s in the Raiders. All the faces may have changed since that time but based on recent history between these two teams, it’s always a scrappy affair. Other than the AFC North rivals that the Steelers face each season, the Raiders (and Cowboys) are next in line as teams that Pittsburgh fans love...
Below is the inactive list for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 3 road game against the Oakland Raiders. The 7 inactive players are announced 90 minutes before kickoff.
LB Stevenson Sylvester
S Troy Polamalu
QB Charlie Batch
RB Rashard Mendenhall
LB James Harrison
NT Alameda Ta'amu
T Mike Adams
T Khalif Barnes
CB Shawntae Spencer
QB Terrelle Pryor...
If you’re looking for the Steeler defense, please let me know where you find them because clearly they were MIA on Sunday afternoon in Oakland. There are many words you can use to describe this unit, but good isn’t one of them right now unfortunately.
Despite an overall great day through the air for Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers offense, the vaunted Steeler Defense couldn’t...
Steelers inactives: QB Charlie Batch, RB Rashard Mendenhall (knee), S Troy Polamalu (calf), LB Stevenson Sylvester, OT Mike Adams, NT Alameda Ta'amu, LB James Harrison (knee). Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) vs. Oakland Raiders (0-2)
Kickoff: 4:25 p.m., ET
Site: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (63,132) • Oakland, Calif.
Playing Surface: Grass
TV Coverage: CBS (locally KDKA-TV, channel 2)
Announcers: Ian Eagle (play-by-play) Dan Fouts (analyst)
Local Radio: Steelers Radio Network WDVE-FM (102.5)/WBGG-AM (970)
Announcers: Bill Hillgrove...
Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicked a 43 yard as time ran out to hand the Pittsburgh Steelers their second loss of the 2012 season.
For the Raiders it was their first win of the season as quarterback Carson Palmer was 24-of-34 passing in the game for 209 yards with 3 touchdown passes. The Steelers defense had no answer for the Raiders on 3rd down as they allowed...