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What a difference a week makes. Last Tuesday morning Steelers fans everywhere woke up to (a) a Steelers’ team that struggled on both sides of the ball in Denver, (b) an impending visit by a Jets team that had rolled the Buffalo Bills in Week One, and (c) looking up at the Ravens fresh off a dominant performance against Cincinnati. Six days later, the Steelers are tied for first in the AFC North with a trip to the apparently hapless Raiders coming up on Sunday. Seven things to take away from the Steelers’ 27-10 win over the J-E-T-S on Sunday in Heinz Field:
The Steelers’ running game still has yet to get untracked.
1. The running game is a work in progress. Playing a team that the Buffalo Bills ran all over last weekend, the Steelers managed only 66 yards rushing on 28 attempts on Sunday. The struggled were mitigated somewhat by the 14-play, 75-yard, 10:13 drive that ate up most of the 4th quarter that featured several solid runs by Isaac Redman, but the Steelers will need to r...
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He is the newest player on the roster of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and many fans think he is undrafted free agent safety Robert Golden because of the number that wears, but cornerback DeMarcus Van **** has made an impact on special teams in his first two games wearing the black and gold.
The former third round draft pick of the Oakland Raiders downed a punt at the one yard-line...
Mike Wallace may not be worth the kind of money to the Steelers that he wanted to get, but to Ben Roethlisberger Wallace is worth his weight in gold. Did you see that touchdown catch Wallace made? How he always knows exactly where he is on the field to make the catch and get both of his feet down in bounds was amazing. Between Wallace and Antonio Brown The Steelers have got two top...
The Steelers beat the Jets on Sunday 27-10 for their first victory of the 2012 season. With New England’s 20-18 loss to Arizona the Steelers also have the longest, current, home opener winning streak at 10 games.
During the Steelers home opener win over the Jets they passed the ball 31 times ContinueThe post Steelers Pass Past Jets 27-10 appeared first on SteelBlitz.
We all know how clutch that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is on third downs, and if you need a reminder, he was 8-of-10 for 119 yards with a touchdown in the 27-10 win on Sunday against the New York Jets.
While that great ability of his needs no more glossing from me any time soon, I thought we should take a look at the third down receiving numbers of the...
If that headline doesn't give me all the Google traffic then I quit blogging.
I guess I have to appreciate having readers who are porn aficionados, as previously we had Andy send over this pink Steelers Troy Polamalu jersey in a porn scene as well as a screenshot of another porn scene of a chick ripping off a Big Ben standard Black and Gold Steelers jersey.
Now thanks to...
According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, we shouldn’t expect Steelers linebacker James Harrison to be back on the field until week five. This means he’ll likely miss the next two games.
Do not expect James Harrison to play until after Sept 30 bye week.
— Gerry Dulac (@gerrydulac) September 15, 2012
BY SAM HITCHCOCK - NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM (COMMENTARY)
The biggest takeaway I initially had from the New York Jets’ thumping of the Buffalo Bills was a) I cannot believe how much money Buffalo paid for its defensive line because Mark Sanchez sat comfortably all day in the pocket, and b) how much money did the Bills give quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick?!
Not a good time to be a...
I have already posted my first half notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-10 win over the New York Jets and below are my notes from the second half of the game.
LaMarr Woodley starts the second half with a good open field tackle on the tight end. A couple of short runs moves the chains for the Jets as Larry Foote just missed a TFL on the second down run.
Woodley finally gets...
I have finished my first five trips through the game tape of the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-10 win over the New York Jets and below are my notes from the first half of the game. The second half notes are being finished now and will be posted shortly.
The bubble screen to start to Antonio Brown was a great call to try to loosen up the Jets right off the bat.
Leonard Pope, Jerricho...
Last week I noted the poor job the Pittsburgh Steelers did in their opener against the Denver Broncos at tackling the catch as they allowed 126 total YAC in that game. Now of course it did not help that Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas had 70 of those yards on the 1 yard screen pass from quarterback Peyton Manning that ended in a touchdown 70 yards later, but you just can&...
By Jeremy Hritz
While it is too early to be overly concerned about the Steelers opening day loss to the Denver Broncos, an 0-2 record following the matchup with the New York Jets would assuredly trip the alarms. While not quite exactly as abysmal as last year’s opening day thrashing, the 31-19 loss in Denver featured a Steelers team that looked eerily similar to the one from 2011...
The Pittsburgh Steelers got back to playing the type of football many are used to seeing them play, as a strong performance by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and a dominant defensive effort propelled the Steelers to a 27-10 win over the New York Jets Sunday at Heinz Field.Roethlisberger went 24-for-31 for 275 yards and two touchdowns while the Steelers’ defense held Mark Sanchez...
Coming off Sunday's 27-10 beating at the hands of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jets head coach Rex Ryan clarified exactly why the world's most famous backup QB saw such limited action in the Steel City.
Season 3, Episode 17 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd I get right into recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-10 win Sunday over the New York Jets at Heinz Field.
We discuss the prospects of James Harrison, Troy Polamalu and Rashard Mendenhall playing next week against the Oakland Raiders and tell you want we liked and didn't like in the Steelers first win...
On the board for 2012. It was a tale of two halves in this game. The first half gave every indication that the Steelers were going to find a way to lose to an obviously inferior opponent. Then, offensively and defensively, the Steelers flipped the switch in the second and dominated the Jets en route to a 17 point victory which is one point more than the point differential in the...