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I’m sure Bengals linebacker James Harrison is excited to face off against the Steelers this week, since he played his entire career in Pittsburgh up until this year. What’s really interesting is that Harrison believes that center Maurkice Pouncey is the Steelers’ best offensive player. Unfortunately though, he’s done for the season after tearing his ACL and MCL. “They lost their best offensive player they had in Pouncey,” Harrison said via ProFootballTalk.com. Wow that is quite an insult to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. I would love to know what he thinks about that statement. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post James Harrison says Maurkice Pouncey was the Steelers best offensive player appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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By Jeremy Hritz
Nearly a week after the debacle in Pittsburgh against Tennessee, the loss still stings and the uncertainty surrounding the 2013 Steelers is muddier than ever. When the fourth quarter ended last Sunday, an 8-8 season seemed delusional, as if that mark was far beyond the reach of the talent of the Steelers. What seemed more realistic was a record south of 8-8. If the...
We don’t often associate the term ‘pressure’ with offense in the National Football League but tonight in Cincinnati the Pittsburgh Steelers could use a healthy dose of it on offense and of course defense.
The defensive part is easy. Pressure Andy Dalton and good things will happen. True of just about any quarterback in the league but this is particularly on point with regards...
By Matthew Marczi
With the outside linebacker position in a bit of a downslide over the past few seasons, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau reportedly is allowing his defensive line to do more getting after the quarterback, rather than merely collapsing the pocket in pass rushing situations.
It appears that the onus will continue to be on the defensive line to...
Pittsburgh Steelers right guard David DeCastro will make just the sixth start of his young career Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, and it will mark the second time that he faces defensive tackle Geno Atkins in what figures to be a key matchup to watch in the game.
In the Week 16 meeting last year, Atkins certainly got the best of the Steelers first-round draft pick, who...
By Alex Kozora
My full breakdown of Pittsburgh Steelers center Kelvin Beachum versus the Tennessee Titans.
Run Block/Pass Block: 4/3
- 1st and 10, 14:51 1st. TE eligible with David Paulson to his right. Pass protection with Paulson releasing. Loses balance, fails to stay square vs inside spin from Derrick Morgan. But a nice job getting back into...
The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Cincinnati Monday night to take on their AFC North rival, the Bengals. The Steelers may have to borrow the Buffalo Bills’ MASH unit because the injury bug is alive and well in Pittsburgh. Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your Pittsburgh Steelers Week 2 injury report.Although not on this week’s injury report, the Steelers lost three...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have officially ruled out running back Le’Veon Bell for this week’s game against the Bengals.
This isn’t a surprise since Bell is expected to miss another month before he’s able to get back on the field.
Isaac Redman will get his second straight start. He needs to step up after a horrible performance last week against the Titans.
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By Matthew Marczi
The Pittsburgh Steelers appear poised to get more use out of their defensive rookies than they have in a long time tonight as they take on James Harrison and the Cincinnati Bengals. One of those young defensive players will be Harrison’s replacement, and the team’s first draft selection this year, outside linebacker Jarvis Jones.
There have been reports that...
Steelers tight end Heath Miller is practicing on a limited basis, but is not expected to play in Week 2.Fantasy Spin:Miller tore his ACL at the tail end of last season and is expected to make his 2013 debut around Week 6. The 30-year-old generated a new career-high in receiving yards last season (816 yards in 15 games).
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals meet in Week 2 in a match-up of two AFC North teams trying to avoid an 0-2 start.
Pittsburgh looked awful in a loss to Tennessee while Cincinnati suffered a road loss in Chicago.
On Monday night these two teams will play against each other at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH. ESPN will carry this game live beginning at 8:30 pm ET...