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The Pittsburgh Steelers took care of the St. Louis Rams today at Heinz Field, but only received some possible future help in week 16 from the Indianapolis Colts Thursday night as they knocked off the Houston Texans with a last second touchdown.
Heading into today, the Steelers needed to beat the Rams and hope that the Cleveland Browns could some how knock off the Baltimore Ravens to take the lead in the AFC North division. The Ravens held a 20-0 lead over the Browns, but let them back into the game in the 4th quarter. The Browns closed within 6 points with 8:30 left in the game, but they could Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media following their 27-0 win over the St. Louis Rams at Heinz Field. Tomlin said he particularly liked the effort of Trai Essex today as he he played center most of the game after Doug Legursky went down injured. Tomlin says he tips his hat to him. Tomlin said Legursky suffered a shoulder strain and could have went back in if it...
Ryan Mundy, who will try to help the Steelers beat the Rams today at Heinz Field, has quietly carved out a key role on his hometown team.
If you're looking to start this Christmas with a joyful song, the Pittsburgh Steelers have you covered as the defense decided to sing the classic hit, "Winter Wonderland":
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Chest up. Eyes up. Prayed up. Simple and catchy. Sounds like something a television writer created. But it's a mantra for life and football that guides Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown daily.
"I didn't like the way he prepared this week," coach Mike Tomlin said after the Steelers' 27-0 win over the St. Louis Rams. "I wanted to make a point that it wasn't what we like."
For 14 years, Hines Ward has taken a beating, sacrificing his body by willingly running crossing routes patrolled...
Rashard Mendenhall ran for 116 yards and a touchdown and backup quarterback Charlie Batch played efficiently in place of an injured Ben Roethlisberger as the Pittsburgh Steelers pummeled lifeless St. Louis 27-0 on Sunday.
Mike Tomlin's gamble paid off. Ben Roethlisberger took the day off and so did the St. Louis Rams as the Steelers used the opportunity to work their ground game against the worst run defense in the NFL. The 27-0 final Saturday at Heinz Field was not as close as the score might indicate.
Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will not start Saturday when the Steelers face the St. Louis Rams.