Found November 11, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
Chances are quite good that like myself, you took advantage of a Sunday with no Pittsburgh Steelers on TV to perhaps take in some of the other teams in the National Football League or maybe you got outside and did some yard work. Ok, I admit, I did a little of both but I still kept a close eye on football even when outside in the unseasonably warm November temperatures. Two games that I took a keen interest in were Baltimore hosting Oakland and Cincinnati hosting the Giants. The Ravens blew out the Ravens which they should have, but the Bengals are the story today after taking it to the Giants somewhat like the Steelers did in New York, or did they? Cincinnati jumped out to an early 14-0 lead on the G-Men and never really looked back in defeating them 31-14 in Paul Brown Stadium. While the score differential may signal one thing, this was a game very unlike the one the Steelers played in MetLife Stadium a week ago and that win should not be tarnished in any way because the ‘lowly’ B...

Three Match-Ups for Tonight; Don’t Expect Chiefs to Lay Down

There’s any number of statistics heading into tonight’s Monday Night Match-up with the Kansas City Chiefs that scare the crap right out of me and now here’s another one; Since the Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1994 AFC Wild-Card Playoffs in overtime, the teams have alternated wins every game since. That would be a total of ten games with the Steelers...

Steelers Add Gilreath in Time for Monday Night, Waive Ta’amu

It’s about a month after Alameda Ta’amu was arrested on fifteen counts including DUI, but that isn’t the entire reason the Steelers have released him today. With Antonio Brown out for tonight’s game against the Chiefs the Steelers were expected to add another receiver for depth. David Gilreath showed some promise during the pre-season, but he was cut prior to the regular...

Cursing At NFL Officials Will Yield a 15-Yard Penalty, We Have Proof

During the Steelers and Chiefs match-up on Monday Night Football an unsportsmanlike penalty was given to Willie Colon for cursing, we are serious. I have logged quite a few hours over the past 15 years or so in front of TV’s on Sundays, yet this is the first time I have seen a ref call out a player like this. Mike Tomlin can be seen following the call bending an official’s...

Steelers' Sanders will appeal fake-injury fine

Emmanuel Sanders isn't going down quickly when it comes to paying a fine. The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver announced Saturday that he would appeal a $15,000 fine he received from the NFL for allegedly faking an injury. "We are going to appeal it, and that's it," Sanders said, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The punishment stems from an incident...

Isaac Redman will start, Antonio Brown ruled out for Monday night

According to Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Steelers running back Isaac Redman will get the start against the Chiefs on Monday night. Wide receiver Antonio Brown, safety Troy Polamalu have been ruled out. Antonio Brown is out against the Chiefs. Also out are Gilbert, Polamalu and Sylvester — Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly_Trib) November 10, 2012   var _CI = _CI ||...

Video: Mike Wallace corrals touchdown pass between his legs

Who says you need good hands to be an elite receiver in the National Football League? Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace definitely disproved this logic on Monday when he hauled in a 7-yard touchdown pass between his legs during Pittsburgh's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The slippery rain no doubt had something to do with the miraculous catch, but so did luck...

Steelers Chiefs Inactives – Week 10

Below is the inactive list for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 10 game at Heinz Field against the Kansas City Chiefs. The 7 inactive players are announced 90 minutes before kickoff. Steelers Inactives S Troy Polamalu T Marcus Gilbert LB Stevenson Sylvester RB Rashard Mendenhall WR Antonio Brown QB Charlie Batch CB DeMarcus Van **** Chiefs Inactives QB Brady Quinn Steelers Chiefs...

Ben Roethlisberger leaves Heinz Field with his arm in a sling

According to ESPN’s Rick Reilly, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was seen leaving Heinz Field tonight with his arm in a sling. Asked Roethlisberger as he was leaving how bad his shoulder was. He just shook his head. Was wearing sling on right shoulder. Left w/ wife. — Rick Reilly (@ReillyRick) November 13, 2012 Big Ben has reportedly left the stadium to get his injured...

Dopes at ESPN introduced the 'Roethlisberger Drink and Drunk' segment last night

ESPN editors continued to be complete assholes last night. How about, instead of a segment about Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's short passing game "Dink and Dunk" ESPN labeled it during... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Roethlisberger leaves game with injury

Ben Roethlisberger was escorted to the lockerroom early in the third quarter Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.  Early reports are that Big Ben suffered a shoulder injury after being sacked by Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston.  Byron Leftwich entered the game for Roethlisberger.  The extent of Roethlisberger’s injury is unknown.
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