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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery hasn't played many snaps on offense so far this season, but he is always ready when his number is called, and such was the case in the Sunday win over the New York Giants.
After Antonio Brown left the game early with a sprained left ankle, Cotchery was the next man up and he did not disappoint. The veteran hauled in all four passes thrown his way for 50 yards and 3 first downs.
Cotchery also showed that he can also still help out the running game as he executed a few solid blocks at the second level to help free running back Isaac Redman Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media for his post game press conference following the 24-20 win Sunday over the New York Giants at MetLife stadium.
Tomlin said the team overcame a lot of adversity today.
As far as injuries suffered in the game , Tomlin said linebacker Adrian Robinson (quad) suffered a quad injury and running back Chris Rainey (ribs or rib/cartilage...
The Steelers and many of their fans have known what they had in Heath Miller for a long time. One of the reasons so many fans were fed up with former offensive coordinator Bruce Arians was his limited use of Miller in the passing game especially in the red zone. The most touchdowns Miller ever scored when Arians was the offensive coordinator was 7 in 2007. Over the past two years...
I knew this would be the week the Pittsburgh Steelers would take down Eli Manning and the world Champion New York Giants, the Steelers are just playing too good of football to not win the game. Ben Roethlisberger’s confidence has never looked higher than what I have seen over the past few games the Steelers have played. Roethlisberger may not have liked the new offensive scheme...
Mike Tomlin announced today that Antonio Brown is “very doubtful” to play on Monday Night against the Kansas City Chiefs. Brown suffered what is being called a mild high ankle sprain and will likely be held out to make sure he can play a week later against the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens stand at 6-2 just one game ahead of the 5-3 Steelers in the AFC North division. Kansas City...
The Pittsburgh Steelers will likely be without leading receiver Antonio Brown next Monday night when they host the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brown sprained his right ankle in last Sunday's 24-20 victory over the New York Giants. Coach Mike Tomlin called Brown's status ''very much in doubt.'' Brown leads the Steelers with 42 receptions and is second on the team...
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown went down during today’s win over the Giants with a high ankle sprain, according to head coach Mike Tomlin.
When Brown went out, it was clear the Steelers offense wasn’t the same,...
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that the running back who "gets the totes" will be the one running well at the time.Fantasy Spin:Jonathan Dwyer is expected to return from a quad injury this week and Rashard Mendenhall will be questionable. Don't expect Isaac Redman to carry the ball 26 times again against the Chiefs Monday.
Mike Tomlin all but ruled Antonio Brown out of Monday night's game, but he had some good news on the running backs and Troy Polamalu for the following game.
Isaac Redman ran for 147 yards, and scored the winning touchdown from a yard out with 4:02 remaining Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied past the New York Giants, 24-20.
The Steelers (5-3) snapped New York's four-game winning streak by overcoming some uncharacteristic sloppiness and dominating the second half.
Temporary relief from the destruction of Superstorm Sandy...
There's no replacement refs to blame for the poor officiating in the Steelers-Giants game.
Ryan Clark was flagged for unnecessary roughness on a big hit that seemed clean according to NFL rules. Eli Manning threw an ill-advised pass directly at a Steelers' defender, which was followed up by Clark lighting up Giants receiver Victor Cruz. Clark didn't...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- In a game billed as the battle of two first-round quarterbacks from the Class of 2004, the Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger outlasted the Giants' Eli Manning by copying Manning's fourth-quarter comeback act to steer Pittsburgh to a 24-20 win over New York at MetLife Stadium. The Giants (6-3) saw their four-game winning streak end, and Manning'...
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