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Although the play did not end in a sack, it was fun to watch Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison almost get a sack of Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens by using left tackle Adam Goldberg to do it with. Below is the breakdown of the play in pictures that shows just how strong Harrison is. Remember that Goldberg goes about 6'7", 305 lbs and Harrison around 6'0", 242 lbs. Roughly 7 inches and 63 lbs difference in the two.
The situation is a 3rd and 7 from the rams 40 yard-line with 5:36 left in the first half. The Steelers are in their nickel defense and will rush 5 on the play as linebacker Read more [...]
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CHUCKY WANTS TO COACH
According to a report, if Chargers GM A.J. Smith gets fired in San Diego, he'll likely be headed to the Rams in the same capacity. If that happens, there's buzz that Jon Gruden would then join him in St. Louis.
If you're looking to start this Christmas with a joyful song, the Pittsburgh Steelers have you covered as the defense decided to sing the classic hit, "Winter Wonderland":
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"I didn't like the way he prepared this week," coach Mike Tomlin said after the Steelers' 27-0 win over the St. Louis Rams. "I wanted to make a point that it wasn't what we like."
Rashard Mendenhall ran for 116 yards and a touchdown and backup quarterback Charlie Batch played efficiently in place of an injured Ben Roethlisberger as the Pittsburgh Steelers pummeled lifeless St. Louis 27-0 on Sunday.
Now the St. Louis Rams have something to play for.
What looked like a lost cause earlier in the week has become a possibility before their season finale against the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome. Thanks to the Indianapolis Colts' victory over the Houston Texans and the Minnesota Vikings' upset of the Washington Redskins, opportunity has presented...
Mike Tomlin's gamble paid off. Ben Roethlisberger took the day off and so did the St. Louis Rams as the Steelers used the opportunity to work their ground game against the worst run defense in the NFL. The 27-0 final Saturday at Heinz Field was not as close as the score might indicate.
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is inactive for Saturday's game against Pittsburgh as he continues to deal with a high ankle sprain. Kellen Clemens will start his second straight game for the Rams.
Quarterback A.J. Feeley, cornerback Justin King, offensive lineman Kevin Hughes, tight end Michael McNeill and defensive end C.J. Ah You are also inactive for St. Louis.
PITTSBURGH • Maybe it was the NFL's way of
saying "Merry Christmas" to linebacker Chris Chamberlain and
offensive lineman Harvey Dahl of the Rams. Or maybe the league
office didn't agree with calls ma