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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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The Steelers missed the playoffs last season, will they make it back in 2013? Record Predictions 2.0

The Steelers franchise is one of the most stable in all of sports.  When they missed the playoffs in 2012, there was no panic and Mike Tomlin’s job was not questioned.  Teams need to learn from their example.  However, the Steelers nation will not stand for missing the playoffs for too long.  The Steelers made some moves to strengthen their run…

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Will Roethlisberger’s “New” Knee Be A Key To The Steelers Season?

QB Ben Roethlisberger has declared himself pain free in his knee and ready to go for the 2013 campaign. “It feels great, it feels better than ever, like it’s a brand new knee, and I feel younger than ever, I feel good,” Roethlisberger said this week from London, per 7M Sports. The Steelers franchise QB […]…

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Will Plaxico Burress make any kind of impact this season?

Plaxico Burress has been around the NFL for quite some time now. The wide receiver has had stints with the Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants, New York Jets and even prison. Burress recently signed a 1-year-deal with the Steelers in an effort to bring some kind of life back to his NFL career. Burress is a wide receiver who really faded into the s…

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Pittsburgh Steelers: 6 Worst-Case Scenarios for 2013 Season

The Pittsburgh Steelers, like 31 other NFL teams, are optimistic about the 2013 season with training camp less than a month away.
However, their 8-8 season in 2012 left a lot of questions. The Steelers can’t just print up 2013 playoff tickets, because there’s a good chance they’d be wasting paper.
A lot has to go the Steelers’ way if they w…

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Pittsburgh Steelers – Three Biggest Games Of The 2013 Season

Week Two Monday 9/16 at Cincinnati – While the Ravens are the champs, the Bengals are already getting a lot of buzz about being the best team in the AFC North in 2013. The Steelers always seem to have good success in Cincy, including a win there on Sunday night at year ago. Now in […]…

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Extend Clark, send Polamalu packing after the season is over

Ryan Clark is entering his twelfth year in the NFL. Clark will soon turn 34 years old. It’ll be interesting to see if Clark continues to play at a high level in 2013. He is also in the last year of his contract with the Steelers.
Clark’s safety counterpart Troy Polamalu is starting to see his success in the NFL dwindle away. Polamalu is 32 yea…

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Magic Number of sum of passes completed and rushing attempts fits Steelers 2012 season

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Brett Keisel says this could be his final season in Pittsburgh

Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel admits that this could be his final season in Pittsburgh.
“It’s definitely possible,” Keisel said, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “It’s not a secret that I’m one of the older guys on the team, the oldest guy on the defense. If it is that way, I want to do everything I can in my power to hopefully he…

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