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The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Chicago Bears Sunday night at Heinz Field and below is a best guess as to what the inactive list will look like this week. The official list of inactives will be announced 90 minutes before kickoff.
Cortez Allen - Allen has been ruled out for a second straight game with an ankle injury suffered in the season opener. While we don't know for sure, we can only assume he has a high ankle sprain.
Landry Jones - As previously mentioned, baring an injury or something unexpected, you can expect to see Jones on this list for several weeks if not all of them.
Le'Veon Bell - Yes, Bell practiced this week, but despite his questionable listing, he is not expected to play Sunday night.
Hebron Fangupo - Fangupo dressed last week but did not play. Being as the Steelers no longer have two kickers, you would think he would be back down this week.
Cody Wallace - It seems as though Guy Whimper will dress as the seventh offensive lineman over Wallace for...
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Through the first two games of the 2013 season, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward has been credited with two total tackles, two passes defensed and four quarterback pressures in 63 snaps played. While that might not be an eye-popping stat line, it's important to remember how he's being used.
Prior to the season starting, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said...
The Chicago Bears are rolling, snatching victory in their first two games of the 2013 season. The Pittsburgh Steelers are reeling, having lost to the lowly Tennessee Titans and to division rivals Cincinnati Bengals.But I don't think for one minute that the Bears are going to stroll into Heinz Field and walk away with a victory without breaking a sweat Sunday night. This is going...
I really do hate the term ‘must-win’ because in reality, what game isn’t a must win situation in the National Football League? You have 16 games total and arguably, those first four games are as important as any and the historical statistics bear that out. Thirty teams have started the season 0-2 in the last four seasons and none has made the playoffs.
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As bad as the Steelers have been through the first two weeks of the NFL regular season, the good news is that tight end Heath Miller is active for tonight’s game against the Bears and will make his 2013 debut, per ProFootballTalk.com.
Tight end Heath Miller is active for tonight’s game against the Bears, his first action since tearing his ACL late last year. They’ve kept...
Troy Polamalu has always been one of the best players to watch during his time in the NFL because of his freak abilities to get around the ball. Polamalu has been in several commercials for his hair, and has been voted by our readers as the best hair in professional sports. Well Polamalu is cutting […]
If the Pittsburgh Steelers fail to come up with a turnover Sunday night against the Chicago Bears it will make three straight games without one. Dating back to the 1992 season, that has only happened once and it was in 2009 during a three game stretch in December. That was the month that they were supposed to unleash hell in.
"The turnovers, we definitely have to get the ball...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have submitted their final injury report for their Sunday night game against the Chicago Bears and based on what we have heard over the course of the last few days, it does not include any surprises.
Cornerback Cortez Allen (ankle) failed to practice again Friday and has been ruled out for a second straight game. Allen injured the ankle in the season opener...
Three-time Pro Bowl linebacker John Reger, who starred for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins in the 1950s and 60s, died Thursday in Tampa. He was 82.
Reger's daughter Kathy confirmed his death Saturday in an email to the Associated Press.
A native of Wheeling, W.Va., Reger played collegiately at Pittsburgh and made the Steelers as an undrafted rookie in 1955....
The Pittsburgh Steelers have lost their first two games for the first time since 2002. If they don’t turn things around, then things are going to get ugly.According to the USA Today, 11.6 percent of teams who have started 0-2 since 1990 have made the playoffs.Only three teams have made it at 0-3 during that span, per NFL.com.The Steelers’ problem is from an offensive standpoint...
By Matthew Marczi
With the defensive rookies for the Pittsburgh Steelers uncharacteristically emerging into more prominent roles, it begs the question: when will the offensive rookies finally have their say this year?
The Steelers went offense back to back in the second and third rounds at premium positions in the 2013 draft, selecting running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver...
For the first time this year—and first time ever under head coach Marc Trestman—the Chicago Bears (2-0) hit the road to experience the joys of playing in a hostile environment. Though the Pittsburgh Steelers (0-2) do not appear to be a formidable opponent, the Bears can take nothing for granted at Heinz Field and must […]The post Chicago Bears joyfully prepare to pummel Pittsburgh...
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I tweeted before Pittsburgh/Cincinnati that I could see the loser of the game still making the playoffs after starting 0-2 and I still feel Pittsburgh could sneak in, even after losing. It was a pretty competitive game either way. If David Paulson doesn’t fumble in field goal range in the 1st quarter and a tipped ball doesn’t...
The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Chicago Bears Sunday night at Heinz Field and below are seven things to watch for in the game.
Rushing To Get Better - The Steelers have to get their running game going if they are going to beat the Bears. Through two games they have a franchise low 75 yards and they figure to lean on Felix Jones more this week while rotating in the other...
By Alex Kozora
Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
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- Opening KR coverage. Front five: Kion Wilson, Terence Garvin, Chris Carter, Shamarko Thomas, and Jarvis Jones. David Paulson and Michael Palmer the next two with Al Woods and Cam Heyward forming the wedge. Isaac Redman the upback with Felix Jones...