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Female Friday: This cutie knows how to rock her Pittsburgh Steelers gear just right

#Steelers @steelerette93 — Sexy NFL Fans (@SexyNFLFan) January 29, 2015 You may also be interested in: Female Friday: This cutie knows how to rock her Pittsburgh Steelers gear just right WATCH: Typical Pittsburgh Steelers fan dad reacts to Patriots and deflate gate 9 annoying nicknames Pittsburgh Steelers fans have invented for their opponents
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Five most villainous Super Bowls of all time

For NFL fans that aren’t still shoveling snow in the New England area or enduring the perpetual rain in Seattle, choosing a side in Super Bowl XLIX can be quite difficult. Having said that, let’s take a look at the five most villainous Super Bowls in NFL history. 5) Super Bowl XIII (Cowboys vs. Steelers) Those wanting to know how the Super Bowl evolved into such a cultural...
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Steelers fans top list of most profane on social media

When it comes to unabashed profanity, no ones comes to close (ok, maybe 3 or 4) to Pittsburgh Steelers fans on social media, according to Proofpoint Nexgate. Steelers fans sit atop their list of the 5 most profane: 1. Pittsburgh Steelers 2. Baltimore Ravens 3. New England Patriots 4. Detroit Lions 5. Cincinnati Bengals Per the website: ‘The runaway leader in the Profanity category...
Via Low Brow Sports
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Steelers fans were more profane on social media

It’s no secret Steelers fans are one of the most passionate NFL fan bases out there. And this is nothing new. Historically, they’ve always had a strong presence wherever they play—traveling well and rocking the black and yellow in nearly every square inch of North America. They will also go to great lengths to defend their team. And sometimes profanity is involved. On that...
Via The Sports Daily
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Pittsburgh Steelers fans used by far more profanity on Facebook than other NFL fans

Pittsburgh Steelers fans are a potty-mouthed group of people, one new study suggests. ProofPoint says they analyzed the social media activity of some NFL fans on Facebook leading up to the Super Bowl. Their study was done by analyzing “the content posted to the Facebook pages of the twelve NFL playoff teams during the first...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Art Rooney II Believes Pittsburgh’s Not Far Away From Hosting A Super Bowl

Despite the fact that Heinz Field might be undersized seating wise and isn’t a domed stadium, Pittsburgh Steelers team president Art Rooney II still hasn’t given up hope that the Steel City will one day be hosting a Super Bowl. “Well, I think my attitude toward it is why not? I think that we have […] Art Rooney II Believes Pittsburgh’s Not Far Away From Hosting A Super...
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Jonathan Dwyer Pleads Guilty To Disorderly Conduct

Former Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals running back and current free agent Jonathan Dwyer has reportedly pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct, according to the Associated Press. Photo Credit: The former 2010 sixth round pick out of Georgia Tech was arrested and originally charged with felony aggravated assault after allegedly assaulting...
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Pittsburgh Steelers: Top 3 draft needs

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a knack for finding talent worth developing. They often draft players who do not make huge impacts for the first few years of their career but once they get used the the professional level, they blossom. Drafting solid players who are worth their picks is a common feat for the Steelers organization. They hardly ever over-draft and, every once in a while...
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Is Tight End A Draft Priority For the Steelers?

With the 30th pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers grabbed the most complete tight end in the draft class, and although fans didn’t know it yet, one of the most popular figures in team history. Equally as adept at sealing the edge blocking as he is going over the middle, every time […] Is Tight End A Draft Priority For the Steelers? is a post from: The post...
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Le'Veon Bell says his injured knee 'close to 100 percent'

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell said he has been able to do some work on his injured knee after hyperextending it in the final regular-season vs. the Bengals in late December. Bell missed the Steelers' playoff game against the Ravens and the Pro Bowl but is hoping he'll be ready for the offseason training activities. "The knee is close to 100 percent," Bell said...
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Cook: Steelers releasing Blount was right move

As New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount is about to play in Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks, many Steelers fans are again highly critical about the team releasing him back in November, just as they were when Pittsburgh had no one to replace an injured Le'Veon Bell in the AFC wild card loss to the Ravens. But Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette...
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Steelers CB Ike Taylor Open To Changing Teams, Positions To Continue Career

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor made the rounds on radio row Wednesday in Arizona, the site of Super Bowl XLIX, and several times during his interviews he was asked if his career is now over after 12 seasons in the league. “It could be. I don’t want it to be, but I’m not in charge […] Steelers CB Ike Taylor Open To Changing Teams, Positions To Continue Career is...
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Ranking Top 10 Coaches That Never Won A Super Bowl

It’s tough enough to reach the Super Bowl, let alone win on the game’s biggest stage. Not only does your team have to be loaded with talent, but luck has to be on your side. With the stage set for Super Bowl XLIX, let’s take a look at the 10 best head coaches in NFL history that have never hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. Photo Credit: 10. Chuck Knox kicked...
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Free agents the Pittsburgh Steelers should target

The Pittsburgh Steelers enter the 2015 offseason the same way they do each year: strapped to the cap. Despite the lack of cap room, the Steelers will likely make a few roster moves in order to free up cap space to sign a few free-agents, as the team has some areas that need to be patched up in order to make a deep playoff run next season. Pittsburgh is usually reluctant to be active...
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Will Johnson = Heath Miller’s successor?

  With all the talk of the upcoming draft, it is easy to imagine that at least one of those tight ends will give Heath a promising student to groom. But what if the heir to our beloved Heath’s throne is already on the roster? I am not talking about Rob Blanchflower. Or Micheal Egnew. I’m talking about Will Johnson. At first glance, the 6 ft 2, 238 lbs. fullback doesn’t seem...
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Pittsburgh Steelers: Three reasons they are not in the Super Bowl

The Pittsburgh Steelers finished the 2014 season with a record of 11-5. The team secured their best record since they finished 12-4 in 2011. They took home the AFC North Divisional title and secured the third seed in the AFC playoffs. Pittsburgh won the last four games of their regular season and had tons of momentum heading into the first round of the playoffs. Their run to the...
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Steelers 2015 Off-Season Team Needs

Lately I’ve been reading from several national NFL websites, about team needs listed for each team… and often the needs listed for the Steelers really make my scratch my head. So, I’ve decided to write my own, in order of importance. These are the positions the team will look to address through free agency and the draft. These are the team needs, as the roster stands right...
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Can the Steelers Find a Place on the Field for Howard Jones?

It seems like years ago, but it was just this past summer at training camp in Latrobe where the Steeler Nation got it’s first look at Howard Jones. If you’ve forgotten, Jones was a free agent rookie from Shepard who burst onto the scene with his long body and athleticism. Jones is about as raw as you can get in terms of his overall football ability but if ever a guy had potential...
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Fan’s obit says LeBeau leaving Steelers contributed to death

Eleanor Miriam Gallagher of Nanticoke, Penn. passed away on Wednesday at the age of 81. According to her obituary, the Pittsburgh Steelers may have shortened Gallagher’s life. More specifically, Gallagher’s family feels that the team’s disappointing exit from the playoffs coupled with the departure of defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau was too much for her to...Read More
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

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