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The Pittsburgh Steelers game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns will be the 2012 season finale and perhaps look and feel like a preseason game from back in August, except only in cold weather. There are so many potential line up changes in the game today, and so many different players that might see the field that it is hard to really zero in on certain keys. We will give it ago just the same so below are 7 things to watch for specifically in this game along with my prediction at the end of it.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cleveland Browns 24-10 in Pittsburgh today and therefore ended the season at 8-8. A far cry from what many expected this season to be sure. Ben Roethlisberger rebounded from a tough end to the Bengals’ game by throwing for less than 200 yards, but tossed three touchdowns and most importantly, he ended the game healthy. Read the timeline of any...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace won’t play in Sunday’s season finale against the Browns because of a hip/hamstring injury.
There’s a good chance that Wallace has played his snap for the Steelers now that he’s scheduled to become a free agent once the new league year begins in March.
I can’t imagine Wallace returning to Pittsburgh next season. Even though...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers center Chuck Cherundolo passed away on Dec. 22 at the age of 96 in Lakeland, Florida due to heart failure.
At the time of his death Cherundolo was the fourth-oldest living NFL player and the oldest living former Steelers player.
Cherundolo played football at Penn State University where he was an All-American center and middle linebacker before beginning...
Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, who’s an unrestricted
free agent after the season, acknowledged that last weekend’s loss to the Cincinnati
Bengals could have been his final game with the team, reports Ralph N. Paulk of
the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
“I definitely don‘t want to go out like that,” Wallace said.
“I really want to end on a high note.
Nate Ulrich at The Akron Beacon Journal this morning is throwing former Colts interim coach and current offensive coordinator Bruce Arians’s hat into the ring for the Cleveland Browns head coaching job.
“Banner has harped on how important it is for a head coach to possess desirable leadership qualities. Arians, 60, obviously isn’t lacking in that category, and now he has proof...
The Cleveland Browns are looking more like the walking wounded with all the injuries they suffered in week 16. Starting quarterback Brandon Weeden, and back up Colt McCoy are both out with shoulder injuries. Trent Richardson will sit with a sprained ankle. To add insult to injury literally, Sheldon Brown [...]
Cleveland halfback Trent Richardson will sit out Sunday's game in Pittsburgh because of an ankle injury.Fantasy Spin:No surprise here. Montario Hardesty will take over as the Browns' leading back and should be a solid flex/RB2 play this week against a reeling Steelers team.
The 2012 NFL regular season is in the books. While 12 teams are looking forward to post-season play, 20 other NFL teams around the league are looking ahead to the start of free agency, the NFL Draft and trying to reach the playoffs in 2013. The Cleveland Browns are one of those teams which can look ahead at their 2013 regular season schedule, after finishing last in the AFC North...
Mike Prisuta talked to Steelers leadership about what went wrong in 2012. Ryan Clark, Casey Hampton, Ben Roethlisberger and Brett Keisel responded.
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is willing to spend big money to get the head coach he needs.Said it on @bullandfox … Word is Jimmy Haslam is ready to spend big, if that’s what’s needed to get the coach he wants to Cleveland.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 1, 2013This could mean the Browns might be willing to do whatever...
New Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam began to clean house Monday, firing general manager Tom Heckert and head coach Pat Shurmur a day after the team concluded a 5-11 season. "We felt that these moves were in the best interests of the Cleveland Browns and our future," Haslam said. "I enjoyed getting to know Tom and Pat over the past several months, and want to...
The Steelers beat the Browns, 24-10, and finished the season first in defense. But as Mike Prisuta explains, without the domination, that defense could've used some help.