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The Pittsburgh Steelers (0-4) face the New York Jets (3-2) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on Sunday, October 13. The game will be broadcasted on CBS and is set to kickoff at 1:00 p.m. The Steelers are still trying to find their first win of the season and will look to do so against a Jets team that’s working on a short week. The Jets beat the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football and are looking to build off their success while the Steelers are coming off a bye. I’m confident that this could be big day for the Steelers’ defense. A shocking stat for the Steelers’ defense is that have yet to get a turnover. They’re the only team in the NFL without a takeaway. Not generating turnovers is a big reason the Steelers are struggling. With an offense who has done it’s fair share of giving the ball away, you can’t expect to win a game if you can’t get some of those turnovers back. However, heavy pressure will disrupt the rookie quarterback of the Jets and I definitely see the first takeaway of the season coming in week 6. The defense should be able to bring a lot to the table when facing the Jets but the bigger concern will be how the Steelers’ offense can handle the Jets’ defense. The Jets’ defense is a very good unit. The Jets’ will most likely look to bring a lot of pressure on Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers offensive line is easy to pick on so why not dial up the blitzes. Rex Ryan has a great defensive mind and has to like what he sees when it comes to how lousy the Steelers’ blocking is. Roethlisberger is going to need to do what he does best, escape pressure and make a play. It could very well be a long day for the Steelers’ franchise quarterback. Roethlisberger will need to make smart decisions with the football. Knowing when to get rid of it and when to hold on to it will play a big role in the Steelers’ offensive success. Roethlisberger is quite good at extending plays and turning nothing into something but this season he’s had to improvise more times than none and sometimes it’s resulted in a turnover. The Steelers can’t turn the ball over and it starts with their quarterback’s decisions. The Steelers should look to get running back, Le’Veon Bell going early. Bell who looked impressive in his regular season debut against the Vikings gives Steelers Nation a little hope when it comes to the running game. If the Steelers can establish a rushing attack early then the Steelers might be in good shape. Having a successful running game will set up the passing game and the Steelers need to have that balance going forward. The Jets aren’t that great of a team but neither are the Steelers. However, I still like the Steelers chances in this one. It won’t be pretty but the Steelers should squeak out a win in the end. A low scoring game as the defenses duke it out. The Steelers will get their first win of the season, 13-10 over the Jets.

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According to a Louisville TV station WDRB there will be at least 26 NFL scouts in attendance, from 20 teams. Jacksonville has asked for three credentials, including one for Jaguars GM David Caldwell. Pittsburgh will also have its GM, Kevin Colbert, present. And Tampa Bay is sending Eric Stokes, the team’s director of scouting, the […]

Mike Tomlin bans all games in Steelers locker room

Mike Tomlin hopes his latest move will get the winless Pittsburgh Steelers on the winning track. The Steelers coach has banned all players from playing games in the locker room. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tomlin has taken away the pool cues, ping-pong paddles and shuffleboard discs and won’t return them until the Steelers get “back on 

Ben Roethlisberger Shrugs Off Comments Made By Ryan Clark Concerning How He Plays

During the bye week, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark ran off to ESPN to explain the team's 0-4 start and work on his analyst skills on First Take. During the segment, Clark gave his thoughts on several topics and it included the play of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. "Sometimes you have to protect Ben against Ben," said Clark. "He's a guy that's...

GIF: Ben Roethlisberger is playing head games against the New York Jets

Times are tough in the Steel city. Pittsburgh can't seem to beat a team with their physical skillset on the field, so why not play head games with them?

Statistical Passing Quirks Reveal Symptoms Of Desperation

By Matthew Marczi An interesting statistical quirk that I have recently noticed is that thus far during the 2013 season, Ben Roethlisberger is getting more of his passing yards through the air—as opposed to after the catch—than he has in years, and perhaps more than he ever has in his career. This is not a good thing. As it currently stands, the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback...

Ben Roethlisberger Manages To Hit Two Of His Teammates In The Head With a Pass

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Ben Roethlisberger responds to ‘tone Ben down’ comment made by Ryan Clark

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark made a comment about Ben Roethlisberger’s style of play when he spent part of his bye week as an NFL analyst for ESPN. “You to have to protect Ben against Ben,” Clark said on ESPN. “Right now, we have to tone Ben down in a sense and say, ‘Hey, right now, we’re not a good enough football team for you to try to 

Steelers’ Injury Report: Heath Miller, Ben Roethlisberger

The Pittsburgh Steelers take on the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon.  The Steelers are coming off a bye week and had plenty of time to digest another loss and some fish and chips.  One more loss by the Steelers and they might as well pull the chain and watch their season swirl down the toilet.  For the Steelers’ faithful, let us hope that does not happen.  Who is in?  Who...

Throwback Thursday Video: Steelers vs. Jets 2005 Playoffs

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Throwback Thursday Video: Steelers Jets 2004

January 15, 2005. The Steelers were 15-1 in the 2004 season, winning 14 games in a row during Ben Roethlisberger's rookie year. Their first playoff game was a divisional round matchup at Heinz Field against the New York Jets. The Jets were the 6-seed fresh off an upset over the San Diego Chargers in the first round due to clutch field goals by their placekicker Doug Brien...

Thumbs-Up, Thumbs-Down on Pittsburgh Steelers Moves During the Bye Week

The Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t play a game last week, but that doesn’t mean nothing happened. Multiple lineup changes were made during the bye week in an effort to turn the Steelers’ 2013 season around. The Steelers (0-4) seek their first win of the season Sunday when they play the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Did the Steelers make the right moves? Let’s take a look...

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This weekend’s game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Jets is huge for a number of different reasons. The Steelers, currently 0-4, are desperately trying to keep touch with the Ravens, Browns and Bengals, all currently 3-2. The Steelers are catching the New York Jets at the worst of times too. After a thrilling win over the Falcons, the Jets are looking like...

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The loss to the Minnesota Vikings in London was really the first time all year, four whole games to be exact, where the defense was the key reason this team dropped to 0-4. Prior to this game and dating back to last season, it had been the offense that had been much maligned for the ineptness which led to the 8-8 season. Something has become as clear as day with this offense and...

Preview: Jets (3-2) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (0-4)

Florham Park, NJ – This is what football types like to call a trap game.The Jets, coming off an impressive comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football, are at home on a short week to take on the winless Steelers.It seems like a gimme win, a no-brainer, a tune-up before Tom Brady and the New England Patriots come to town.Not so fast.The Steelers may not...
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