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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin laid down the law this past week to his special team units when he said that he would take action against players that committed egregious penalties. Unfortunately that message wasn't loud enough as the Steelers almost let the Washington Redskins back into the game Sunday when a retuned punt for a touchdown by Antonio Brown was called back because of an illegal block in the back penalty on cornerback Curtis Brown.
Antonio also received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on the play for backpedaling the final 20 yards into the end zone for the score, Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media on Tuesday for his weekly press conference to talk about the upcoming game against the New York Giants, injuries, and more.
Below are the talking points from what Tomlin had to say along with the audio.
Tomlin called the performance against the Washington Redskins the most complete one so far this season, but obviously it...
Antonio Brown thought that he had returned a punt return for a touchdown, and was so confident that he even ran the last 20-yards backwards. Unfortunately for the backpedaling speedster Steelers’ Curtis Brown was flagged for an illegal block in the back on the play and the 80-yard touchdown was nullified.
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Sadly for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown his backwards jaunt into the end zone on a punt return was all for naught.
Brown thought he had returned a punt 80 yards for a score and decided to cap it off with a back pedal from the twenty-yards out.
The only problem for Brown was that his return was called back due to a penalty:
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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media following the 27-12 win Sunday at Heinz Field over the Washington Redskins and gave an update of the players injured in the game.
Tomlin said that safety Ryan Clark suffered a concussion in the game and that linebacker LaMarr Woodley suffered a right hamstring strain. Tomlin said that he did not know the extent of the hamstring...
Tweet Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown likes to have fun. He’s also one of the quickest receivers in the NFL, and returned a punt 80 yards untouched for a TD against the Redskins Sunday, while running the final 20 yards backwards: Not only was Brown flagged for taunting, the TD was erased by an illegal [...]
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown has been having a very impressive year since signing his contract extension this offseason, with 40 receptions for 480 yards and 1 touchdown.His explosiveness continued on Sunday against the Washington Redskins when he blew past everyone on a punt return and ended up running backwards into the end zone for the last 20 yards.Some people may find...
This injury doesn't seem to be anything to worry about. Dwyer is coming off back-to-back 100 yard games and he's looked very strong. He downplayed the quad injury after it was mentioned by Steelers HC Mike Tomlin. Dwyer indicated that it won't hold him back.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media on Tuesday for his weekly press conference to talk about the win Sunday over the Washington Redskins and the upcoming game against the New York Giants.
Tomlin updated the injury situation in the first part of the press conference and he said safety Troy Polamalu (calf) and tackle Marcus Gilbert (ankle) will be out once again...
As if the backpedaling was douchejuicy enough, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown did it sporting the jailbreak uniforms. SB Nation bwo Sports Grid.
Pittsburgh beat Washington, 27-12.
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Below are the week 8 official gamebook offensive and defensive snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-12 win over the Washington Redskins Sunday at Heinz Field.
The Steelers starting five linemen made the whole game for a second consecutive game.
Cornerback Curtis Brown saw a few snaps again this week in the dime. Keenan Lewis, Ike Taylor and Will Allen were the only defensive...