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Below is the week 11 offensive line breakdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers loss to the Cleveland Browns Sunday night. The Steelers ran 22 times in the game with two plays being flagged for holding. One was on Heath Miller, the other on Mike Adams. One hold negated a short run for a first down while the other negated an 8 yard run. Keep in mind that those two plays are included in the scores. Also keep in mind that the running backs fumbled on 4 of those other 20 running plays and lost 3 of them. 3 of those fumbles happened 3 or more yards down the field. One of the runs was a 1 yard touchdown Read more [...]
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