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The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Oakland Raiders Sunday at O.co Coliseum 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.
Landry Jones - Ho, hum, just another week inactive for Jones.
Marcus Wheaton - Wheaton was ruled out for the Raiders game on Tuesday as he has still yet to practice since having surgery on the pinky finger he broke in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Derek Moye will once again dress in his place.
Richard Gordon - Gordon was listed as practicing fully on Thursday and Friday yet he was still ruled out for the game on the final injury report with a toe injury.
Hebron Fangupo - Fangupo will likely be down again being as the rib injury suffered by Brett Keisel is not serious.
Chris Carter - With Jarvis Jones expected back this week, there is a good chance Carter will be inactive.
Isaiah Green - I am going to guess that Curtis Brown gets out of the dog ...
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Veteran cornerback William Gay's contribution to the Steelers secondary as of late has the team hopeful about the rest of the season. He came through big in last week's last-second victory over the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, denying QB Joe Flacco two TD throws that could have left the Steelers in an irretrievable mess at 1-5, writes Ralph N. Paulk of the Tribune-Review.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have now lost yet another guard as right guard David DeCastro has left the game against the Oakland Raiders with an ankle injury.
With Ramon Foster and Guy Whimper already of the game injured, Kelvin Beachum has moved to left guard, Cody Wallace has moved from left guard to right guard and Mike Adams has now taken over at left tackle.
Foster left the game...
The Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4) will meet the Oakland Raiders (2-4) is an old time rivalry match-up. The game will be played at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, kickoff is set for 4:05PM (ET) and will air on CBS.
The Steelers are looking to keep then win’s rolling. The Steelers have won two straight games since coming of the bye week.. Their most recent win came against the Baltimore...
According to a report from the San Jose Mercury News, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pryor turned down an opportunity to be selected by his hometown Pittsburgh Steelers and head coach Mike Tomlin in the 2011 NFL supplemental draft. “(Tomlin) said, ‘Hey, I’ll draft you if you want to play here,’” Pryor said. “But he gave […]
By Matthew Marczi
The season-ending injury to tight end David Johnson has once against thrust second-year tight end David Paulson into action after his playing time had been truncated with the return of Heath Miller. He had his early season struggles as a blocker for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and helped contribute to a dreadful running game in the early part of this season.
By Matthew Marczi
Second-year tackle Kelvin Beachum made only his second career start as a left tackle in the ranks of the professionals this past week, but he spent his entire college career as a left tackle before playing right tackle, left guard, center, and tight end in the NFL.
I don’t know whether Beachum is left-handed or right-handed, but I honestly don’t care at this...
Pittsburgh Steelers left guard Ramon Foster has reportedly gone to the locker room with a possible concussion in the game against the Oakland Raiders.
The Steelers are down 14-3 with just over 10 minutes left in the first half.
Foster was replaced by Guy Whimper.
Steelers G Ramon Foster Leaves Raiders Game With Possible Concussion is a post from: Steelers Depot
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor has already covered some of the best wide receivers in the league so far this season and on Sunday he will likely cover the best on the Oakland Raiders, according to head coach Mike Tomlin.
"He’s probably going to exclusively see Ike Taylor," said Tomlin when asked who would be covering Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore on...
The Pittsburgh Steelers sure are getting into the spirit of Halloween.
First they hosted the Baltimore Ravens, a team named for a foreboding bird in American literature.
The Steelers tricked the Ravens with the wildcat, and treated their fans to a win at Heinz Field.
On Sunday, the Steelers visit the Oakland Raiders. What better setting than the Black Hole for a game played four...
Below are a few animated gifs of a few key plays from the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-18 Week 8 loss to the Oakland Raiders.
On the first play from scrimmage, Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor goes 93 yards on a read-option. Linebacker LaMarr Woodley doesn't protect the backside and safety Ryan Clark leaves the center of the field as he too goes for the fake. Safety Troy Polamalu...
Below are the inactive players for the Pittsburgh Steelers 2013, week 8 Sunday game against the Oakland Raiders. The inactive list is released 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
QB Landry Jones
WR Markus Wheaton
TE Richard Gordon
NT Hebron Fangupo
CB Curtis Brown
LB Chris Carter
LB Kion Wilson
S Tyvon Branch
T Menelik Watson
C/G Andre Gurode
T Tony Pashos
LB Martez Wilson...
By Jeremy Hritz
The Pittsburgh Steelers played their best game of the season this past week against the Baltimore Ravens, winning a game of the close variety by three points, and salvaging a glimmer of hope that the season can somehow be saved.
Riding a two-game win streak, that glimmer has a chance to intensify as the Steelers travel to the West Coast to battle the Oakland Raiders...
By Matthew Marczi
Just about everybody ends up looking bad on the opening play touchdown for Terrelle Pryor. The three worst offenders, however, were Ryan Clark, Lawrence Timmons, and Troy Polamalu. LaMarr Woodley, I suspect, was carrying out his assignment. The defense as a whole should have been better prepared for the option, however, especially after having faced it some earlier...
By Matthew Marczi
The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the west coast hoping to continue a two-game hot streak against the Oakland Raiders, against whom they have had their share of recent misfortunes. Last week saw Le’Veon Bell begin to come into his own and the offensive line begin to gel, and the Steelers are hoping that those trends continue today.
The Raiders received the ball first...
I’m still seeing some overly optimistic Steeler fans out there proclaiming this team can still go 8-1 and get into the playoffs with a record of 10-6. I’m struggling under the weight of their gross ignoring of how bad this team is this year. In fact, I just laugh.The first play of this disastrous game was enough to tell me the Steelers weren’t ready to win a football game today...