Found November 13, 2011 on
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Here’s a few links to get your blood flowing for this afternoon’s game. First off you gotta read FC’s gospel over at SteelerFury. Coverage Map courtesy of the506.com. Decent article on the Steelers fourth quarter defensive woes by coldhardfootballfacts.com A defense of Ryan Clark by grantland.com Nice article from the Trib about William Gay and [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
And just like that, it was over.
Big Play Willie Gay, ladies and gentlemen.He started the game by knocking down a pass on 3rd down on the Bengals 1st drive, and then he finished it by getting his hands on the ball again with just over two minutes left. And game ball #2 goes to First Down Brown.Dude had four catches on that one drive for like 74 out of its 77 yards or...
Earlier this week, Steelers safety Ryan Clark said that the hit on Ravens tight end Ed Dickson that drew a $40,000 fine drew praise from coach Mike Tomlin in the film room. Earlier today, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that Clark’s comments caught the attention of the league office. As they should have. Coaches continue…
The Pittsburgh Steelers are back in their usual spot atop the AFC North thanks in large part to a defense that's back to its old ways.
The Steeler have struggled creating turnovers this season. But they came up with two pivotal interceptions in a 24-17 win over Cincinnati on Sunday.
Cornerback William Gay tipped Andy Dalton's pass to Lawrence Timmons for one interception...
Cornerback William Gay gained some semblance of redemption with an interception to cement a victory over the Bengals for the Steelers.
Any AFC North win is a great and it is even better win you get them on the road. I recapped the Steelers 24-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals last night and now have had time to go back over the game a few more times as I do every week and below are more of my in-depth observations from the game. The Steelers won the toss and decided to defer once again. The Steelers defense answered...
The Steelers, their defense and cornerback William Gay earned redemption today in Cincinnati. A defense that allowed a 92-yard winning drive the previous week shut the door on a comeback by the Cincinnati Bengals to help the Steelers to a 24-17 victory today.
Steelers cornerback William Gay, who had been vilified around Pittsburgh for allowing the wining touchdown last week, made a key interception late in the game to preserve the Steelers’ victory.
Here are the guys who got nicked up during the game. No injuries seem to be serious. The Steelers are hoping to get everyone back after the bye week.
Ryan Clark- Shoulder
Max Starks- Stinger
CINCINNATI -- A.J. Green went up between Ryan Clark and Troy Polamalu, two of the game's best safeties.
Green came down with the ball -- and a 36-yard Bengals touchdown. The Bengals' uber-rookie does things like that.
Unfortunately, Green came down awkwardly on his right knee. He was down in the end zone for nearly a minute before being helped off. He came back and took...
Pittsburgh jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in this one and it looked like a blowout, but -- as only the Steelers can do -- they allowed the Bengals to climb back into the game before a William Gay interception late in the 4th quarter finally ended it. Ben Roethlisberger was on fire early, throwing the ball for nearly 200 yards in the first half. But Troy Polamalu and Ryan Clark...
CINCINNATI - The Bengals aren't quite there yet. The Steelers are still the Steelers.
These Steelers have an AFC North win -- finally, emphatically and angrily.
A week after being stunned at home by the Ravens on the final play of the game, the Steelers delivered the kind of bounceback performance they almost always do. William Gay, who was beaten last week by Ravens rookie...