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The referees in the Steelers-Ravens game didn’t have a difficult time deciding who jumped first during a Baltimore extra-point attempt in the fourth quarter.
With the Ravens down by one, Troy Polamalu tried his darndest to preserve Pittsburgh’s slim lead. The safety just couldn’t hide his eagerness to get the kick underway, hurdling the entire Baltimore offensive line and getting a clear path to Ravens kicker Justin Tucker before the ball was even snapped.
Tucker eventually completed the kick, but the Steelers would go on to win, 19-16.
Check out Polamalu’s impressive leap in the GIF below, with a hat tip to @cjzero.
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Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu made a valiant effort to time the snap on an extra point block attempt against Baltimore during the fourth quarter of Sunday's game at Heinz Field. Polamalu made a nice leap over the Ravens center, but he was just a bit too early. Still, Polamalu gets an 'A' for effort on this play. H/T BR. Visit us at holdoutsports.com...
Troy Polamalu has been showing flashes of his old self these past few weeks, and it reprises his former role of best defender in the game when he absolute crushes Ravens wide receiver Tandon Doss coming across the middle.
As is always the case with Polamalu, he took a blow while giving one as well. Kudos to Doss for hanging on as well.
A few more hits like that, and this thing...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won two straight games. The Steelers beat their divisional rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, 19-16 in dramatic fashion.
Shaun Suisham kicked a game winning field goal in the final seconds to lift the Steelers over the Ravens. Suisham just might be the team’s MVP so far this season. The kicker deserves a lot of credit.
Suisham was a perfect 4 for 4 against...
The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers will meet on Sunday in a match-up of two longtime AFC North foes.
The Ravens (3-3) are looking for a way to get above .500 while the Steelers (1-4) are looking to build on momentum from a win a week ago.
Coverage of the game between the Ravens and Steelers will air on CBS beginning at 4:25 pm ET from Heinz Field in Pittsburg...
Looks like the Steelers are ready to put all their eggs in Le’Veon Bell’s basket as they’ve let go of Isaac Redman in an attempt to clear up some roster space.
The team announced they would be letting go of Redman in order to promote linebacker Kion Wilson from the practice squad.
Redman who had been inactive for the past three week should have his fair share of teams interested...
Did anyone else expect to see Ben Roethlisberger go all Jim Valvano and run across the Heinz Field turf desperately looking for Charlie Batch after Sunday’s game?
Aren’t Batch and Roethlisberger supposed to engage in a minute-long bro hug whenever Shaun Suisham kicks a last-second field goal in a Pittsburgh Steelers’ win over the Baltimore Ravens?
Suisham’s 42-yard field...
The Steelers win over the Ravens last night was enormous for many, many reasons. The first of which is probably just the elation of victory sweeping through Steeler Nation right now. But there are some other things we like about this win that will help the Steelers flip this season around.
1. The AFC North Is Up for Grabs
Can't repeat this enough. The AFC playoff...
By Matthew Marczi
Over the past couple years, the Pittsburgh Steelers were more often than not able to turn to Jason Worilds whenever they needed an injury replacement at outside linebacker, either for James Harrison or LaMarr Woodley.
This year, he was supposed to take the next step and become the starter, but after beginning the season with the title, it was just a week later that...
By Matthew Marczi
Yesterday, we highlighted some of the struggles that Pittsburgh Steelers rookie starting outside linebacker Jarvis Jones had while facing the New York Jets, which saw him being fooled on misdirections or missing tackles that led to big games. He looked more like a rookie at moments in this past game than he had in the first four.
In the aforementioned article, however...
Below are the inactive players for the Pittsburgh Steelers 2013, week 7 Sunday game against the Baltimore Ravens. The inactive list is released 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
QB Landry Jones
WR Markus Wheaton
TE Richard Gordon
NT Hebron Fangupo
RB Isaac Redman
CB Curtis Brown
LB Jarvis Jones
LB Josh Bynes
WR Brandon Stokley
NT Terrence Cody
G/T Jah Reid
C Ryan Jensen...
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ win over the New York Jets last week puts more juice into the first Ravens Week of the 2013 season.
Had the Steelers started 0-5, their only motivation Sunday would have been to stick their biggest rival with a loss that could come back to haunt them when they’re fighting for a playoff spot.
Now, a win over the Ravens would improve the Steelers’ record...
The Steelers have parted ways with running back Isaac Redman.Fantasy Spin:Redman began the year as the starter but inconsistency quickly landed him on the bench. Le'Veon Bell has since taken over as the starter with Felix Jones getting some work in on third downs. Redman could make sense for the Buccaneers with Doug Martin likely out for the season (torn labrum).
Steelers rookie outside linebacker Jarvis Jones diagnosed with a concussion Wednesday has been listed as questionable for the game Sunday at Heinz Field against the Baltimore Ravens.
Jones did not take any repetitions Friday in team drills. Instead he went through a light exercise regimen one of the necessary steps involved for concussed players to be cleared to play.