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Below are the coverage stats for the Pittsburgh Steelers following their Sunday win against the Washington Redskins. The completion percentage of 46% was helped by the drops in the game. The yards after the catch numbers were good considering how good the Redskins had been coming into the game at getting yards after the catch. Overall it was a good game coverage wise and the Redskins wide receivers certainly made it better. These stats show quarter, down and distance and liner of scrimmage as well. The lone passing touchdown allowed was charged to Keenan Lewis.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers released defensive end Corbin Bryant from the practice squad on Tuesday and re-signed offensive linemen John Malecki and tight end Jamie McCoy to the eight man unit.
Malecki had been waived on Saturday from the 53 man roster when the Steelers promoted safety Damon Cromartie-Smith from the practice squad to play on special teams. McCoy had been released...
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette expects the Steelers to start Jonathan Dwyer at running back again in Week 9 versus the Giants if his quad holds up. Dwyer won't practice Wednesday, however.Fantasy Spin:Dwyer has rushed for back-to-back 100-yard game and is averaging 5.2 ypc on 58 runs this season. Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles) will go through individual workouts Wednesday and will...
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...
Some of the NFL’s throwback uniforms are so ugly that they could be seizure inducing. This Sunday when the Washington Redskins update their 1937 look against the Carolina Panthers, they will actually do it with a little bit of subtle class.
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Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan sees the writing on the wall. At 3-5, playoff chances are fading fast, and he knows very well that losing the next game to the lowly Carolina Panthers (1-6) would very much be the proverbial nail in the coffin. "Everybody knows it's a must-win game when you're 3-5. ... If you have any chance at the playoffs, everybody...
(Updates. With AP Photos.) By JOSEPH WHITE AP Sports Writer Logan Paulsen played both tight end and defensive end at Chaminade College Preparatory School in Northridge, Calif. He even set a school record with 24 sacks in his junior season.
In his freshman year at UCLA, the two-way player became a one-way player. One overriding factor made it a simple decision.
Carolina Panthers (1-6) at Washington Redskins (3-5)
This is one of two trap lines I identified this week. According to this line, the Redskins and the Panthers are comparable teams with Washington as 3 point home favorites. However, Washington is at 3-5 and the Panthers are at 1-6. Because of that, the action is on Washington and yet, the line is still falling as it opened at -4...