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Asking “Who’s the Most Important Pittsburgh Steeler in 2013?” Brings Up more Questions than Answers

Right now the NFL is sitting in the dead-zone of the off-season. We have effectively ended all off-season moves and news, but haven’t yet gotten to training camp. Therefore, most media and blogs, including us, are looking for any and everything that we can discuss until the news starts coming in again. One of the big topics that has been going ar...

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The Pittsburgh Steelers Most Underrated Moves of the 2013 Off-Season

The Pittsburgh Steelers had a typical off-season again this year. Their bigger moves were the ones that had to do with players leaving the team. James Harrison, Keenan Lewis, Casey Hampton, Max Starks, Rashard Mendenhall and Mike Wallace are all gone and a lot of young players are on the verge of playing much bigger roles for the team. Even though ...

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It’s time to shine or go home for Pittsburgh Steelers DE Ziggy Hood

There might not be that many measurable stats for a 3 – 4 defensive lineman but it is this writer’s opinion that the defensive line is quite possibly the most important unit of a 3 – 4 scheme. There aren’t a shower of accolades like in the wake of sacks and the position itself is downright brutal, having to many times absorb a pounding doub...

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Pittsburgh Steelers Facing “Now or Never” Season? I’m Not so Sure

NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt believes the Pittsburgh Steelers head the list of teams facing “now or never” seasons. According to Brandt this means the Steelers “have a chance to make noise this year, but face serious questions in 2014.” I’ve got to agree with Neal Coolong, of BehindtheSteelCurtain.com, in saying that this doesn’t make a t...

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Sporting News Thinks Pittsburgh Steelers Have a Shot at Rookie of the Year Award

Sporting News released their top twenty candidates for the 2013 NFL rookie of the year award. Of those twenty players two are Steelers’ rookies and both rank in the top four on their list. The last time the Steelers had a rookie of the year was 2004 when Ben Roethlisberger won the award. Pittsburgh has had three rookie of the year’s on each sid...

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Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp Question Marks: Shaun Suisham

Last season Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Shaun Suisham had the second best year of his NFL career based on field goal percentage. Prior to the 2013 season, though, Suisham was only consistent in his constant inconsistency. Year to year Suisham has struggled to put together back-to-back successful seasons. For that reason it is hard to figure out ju...

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Pittsburgh Steelers Were Born 80 Years Ago Today

Fourth of July weekend is over, Pittsburgh Steelers fans.
With the holiday falling on a Thursday, many of you probably took a four-day weekend. You watched fireworks. You grilled burgers.  You went to the beach.
Now it’s Monday. Back to work. Ugh.
Not so fast.
After celebrating the nation’s birthday, Steelers fans have another historic event t...

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Red Zone Woes Have Been a Big Concern in Pittsburgh, but will Things Improve for the Steelers in 2013?

One of the Pittsburgh Steelers biggest problems on offense in recent years has been scoring when they get into the red zone. The Steelers won a Super Bowl and had plenty of regular season success with Bruce Arians as their offensive coordinator, but two statistics forced the Steelers to move on. The first was the amount of hits that Ben Roethlisber...

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