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Cold Hard Football Facts:
Willie Colon was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct in the first half of Monday Night Football between Colon's Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Colon was flagged for cursing. We **** you not.
BEST OF MAXIM
The graphic department for ESPN certainly made an error tonight as the below graphic was used that showed ROETHLISBERGER with the words "DRINKANDDRUNK" underneath it. Obviously it was meant to say Dink And Dunk for the offense run by Ben Roethlisberger, instead of Drink And Drunk. The network quickly had it changed.
ESPN will likely issue an apology of sorts at some...
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin addressed the media following the overtime win Monday night over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Tomlin updated the injuries after his opening and he said that safety Ryan Clark is being evaluated for a concussion. The coach said that he doesn't have definitive information on that at this time as it happened so late in the game.
KNOCKIN' THEM BACK
Well, this is one of the more unfortunate snafus we've ever featured. Instead of a segment about Ben Roethlisberger's short passing game "Dink and Dunk", ESPN labelled it in their rundown as "Roethlisberger Drink and Drunk." Unlucky mistake or not-so-subtle dig at Roethlisberger's checkered past? Whatever the case, Chris Berman had to come on...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark suffered a concussion during Monday night’s win over the Chiefs.
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, it sounds like Clark might miss this week’s game against the Ravens.
Plenty more on Roethlisberger situation on @cbssports . Also, sounds like Ryan Clark may sit Sunday out after latest concussion
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora...
One of the very few highlights provided by Monday Night’s Football game between the Steelers and Chiefs came on an incredible TD catch by Mike Wallace. Check out the animated GIF version below which shows Mike using one hand to guide the ball between his legs, and then somehow holding on with those legs. Not too shabby, Mike.
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Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles) is questionable for Week 11.Fantasy Spin:Mendenhall could return just in the nick of time for Pittsburgh with QB Ben Roethlisberger potentially sidelined and the team's other two running backs coming off lackluster performances Monday. Mendenhall will be the unquestioned starter once he's healthy.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could miss extended time with a “serious” shoulder injury. (AP)
Per a tweet from NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could miss extended time with a shoulder injury that is “serious” and “complicated.” The Steelers are keeping decidedly hush-hush regarding the status of their 2-time Super Bowl...
Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports reports that two sources have informed him that Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger suffered a separated shoulder during Monday night’s win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
“There’s a lot to be figured out and we probably won’t know anything definitive until the morning, but that’s what the [Steelers] team doctor said,” according to Cole’s source...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won three straight games and have reached the midpoint of the season at 5-3.
Ben Roethlisberger is having one of his finest seasons and is the team MVP of the first half. He is currently the best third down quarterback in the league. I give Big Ben an A+ for the way he’s taken to Todd Haley’s offense.
Offensive Player of the Midseason...
According to ESPN’s Rick Reilly, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was seen leaving Heinz Field tonight with his arm in a sling.
Asked Roethlisberger as he was leaving how bad his shoulder was. He just shook his head. Was wearing sling on right shoulder. Left w/ wife.
— Rick Reilly (@ReillyRick) November 13, 2012
Big Ben has reportedly left the stadium to get his injured...
Week 10 of the 2012 NFL season will be in the books later on tonight after the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Kansas City Chiefs, and with 7 weeks of regular season action remaining, it is already shaping up to be a nine team race for the six playoff spots in the mediocre AFC. Regardless of the outcome of the Monday night game, only 6 of the 16 AFC teams will have a winning record...