Steelers Week 13 Recap: Steelers Top Giants

The Steelers did well Sunday night and got themselves a little bit closer to being playoff worthy. Their midseason slump appears to have passed with the Giants behind them. The Steelers had some winning to do to make sure they made the playoffs. They’ve been it. After 3 straight wins they’re 7-5. Usually 10 is […] Steelers Week 13 Recap: Steelers Top Giants - Still Curtain...
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Victor Cruz upset about lack of targets in Giants’ loss

The New York Giants attempted 39 passes on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not one of them went to Victor Cruz, and he is not happy about that. Cruz vented after the Giants’ 24-14 loss to the Steelers Sunday and said he wanted to get an answer for why he wasn’t targeted during the game. “I have no idea,” Cruz said after the game, via SNY. “That’s not a question...
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Green emerging as big-play threat for Steelers

PITTSBURGH (AP) Ben Roethlisberger likened tight end Ladarius Green to a Ferrari shortly after the Pittsburgh Steelers signed the tight end to a lucrative four-year contract, a rare open-market splurge by the typically free-agent averse club. For months, the Ferrari remained up on blocks as Green went through a slow, methodical rehab from offseason ankle surgery that forced him...
Via Associated Press
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Stats Of The Weird: Steelers Vs Giants

A Pittsburgh Steelers’ winning streak. Not weird. – The final score is boring, 24-14, but the first quarter score wasn’t. After one, the Steelers led 5-0. It’s only the second time in franchise history the team led 5-0 after the first quarter. The other? December 11th, 1966. Against the New...
Via Steelers Depot
8 hours ago

Steelers Get Their Money’s Worth On Rent-A-Kicker Randy Bullock’s 10-Point Day

The Pittsburgh Steelers had a bit of an emergency situation with their kicker position after second-year placekicker Chris Boswell suffered an abdominal injury on Saturday. The front office acted quickly to sign Randy Bullock to the 53-man roster, who, coincidentally, was the kicker that the New York Giants signed to...
Via Steelers Depot
8 hours ago

Ladarius Green Breaks Out For Steelers In First 100-Yard Game Of His Career

Prior to this one, it was considered a “BOLD prediction” on our Steelers Depot Twitter account for Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Ladarius Green to come out of this game against the New York Giants with a 100-yard game and a touchdown. As it turns out, sometimes it pays to go...
Via Steelers Depot
9 hours ago

Safety puts Steelers up early

The Steelers offense has punted twice, but the team still leads late in the first quarter. Giants left tackle Ereck Flowers was flagged for holding linebacker James Harrison on a third down passing play and the foul took place in the Giants’ end zone, which means it was ruled a safety and the Steelers lead…
Via Pro Football Talk
13 hours ago

Chris Boswell won’t be kicking for Steelers on Sunday

The Steelers signed kicker Randy Bullock on Saturday and he’ll make his debut for the team on Sunday. Chris Boswell is inactive due to the abdominal injury that led to Bullock’s arrival on the roster. Bullock last played in the NFL in Week One when he made two-of-three extra points for the Giants. The Giants…
Via Pro Football Talk
15 hours ago

Steelers add kicker to roster after Chris Boswell abdominal injury

Early Saturday the had some breaking news which resulted in a roster move at the kicker position. For Pittsburgh Steelers fans, talking about kickers can be a sensitive subject. After the dreaded 2015 season which saw Shaun Suisham lost for the year with an ACL injury, Garrett Hartley released with a hamstring injury, and the dreaded Josh Scobee experiment the thought of having kicking...
Via Behind the Steel Curtain
1 day ago

Weekend web roundup: Pittsburgh Steelers

Duel Opinions: Steelers/Giants Keys to the GameMy key to the game is the defense… will the Steelers D that has been getting … we find out if Pittsburgh, or New York, are the pretenders in this postseason race. Steelers’ star can’t avert eyes from Beckham highlight reelAntonio Brown might be the best wide receiver in the NFL, but even the Steelers’ star is just another wide...
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Analyzing the Steelers options in regards to Le’Veon Bell’s contract situation

Le’Veon Bell could hit the free agent market after the 2016 season, but that is if the Steelers allow that to happen. Time to analyze what to do with No. 26 after this season. Pittsburgh Steelers halfback Le’Veon Bell is a consensus top-three player at his position, due in no small part to his multi-fold skill set, which includes soft hands and unparalleled ball carrier vision...
Via Behind the Steel Curtain
2 days ago

Antonio Brown wants to be called “Ronald” now, for a “top-secret” reason

Apparently, Steelers’ receiver Antonio Brown wants to be addressed as “Ronald” now. When asked about his special cleats for the NFL’s week allowing players to express themselves via their footwear, Brown dropped this on the assembled media: Ronald — Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly) December 2, 2016 You should all be very confused with the situation...
Via The Comeback
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James Harrison notified of yet another random drug test

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison found himself in familiar position Thursday morning when he was notified the NFL has selected him to undergo yet another random drug test. But given the frequency in which said “random” drug tests occur for Harrison, he’s anything but pleased with the situation. 6th or 7th random test this year and some guys haven't been tested...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Versatile Bell reveling in heavy workload for Steelers

PITTSBURGH (AP) The pieces are all there. The footwork. The vision. The patience. The instinctive ability to read a defender, plant a cleat in the ground and go get the ball. And to think, wide receiver isn't even Le'Veon Bell's natural position. At least, not yet. ''I tell him all the time, when he turns 30, when they talk about running backs being done, for the next five years...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens’ Eric Weddle eats a gallon of ice cream after every win

Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle says that when it comes to celebrating a hard-earned victory, nothing goes down better afterward than some ice cream. But Weddle doesn’t just slightly indulge his sweet tooth when enjoying his favorite post-win treat. Not by a long shot. In fact, Weddle recently admitted to overindulging in epic proportions … or perhaps portions is more...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers vs. Giants: Tomlin Tuesday

The Steelers are riding high from a two-game sweep in five days and a long weekend to rest but will now face a tough test with the Giants in town. Coach Mike Tomlin resumes his Tuesday role to address the media for wrapping up the previous game, updating injury statuses, break down the upcoming game […] Steelers vs. Giants: Tomlin Tuesday - Still Curtain - Still Curtain - A Pittsburgh...
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Rookies Burns, Hargrave and Davis making impact for Steelers

PITTSBURGH (AP) The learning curve is starting to level off for Javon Hargrave, Artie Burns and Sean Davis. That hardly means it's flat. Not by a long shot. Still, the game is beginning to slow down for the three Pittsburgh Steeler rookies, all of whom have made significant plays on a defense that's picked it up during the team's modest turnaround. ''I get so excited when we in...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers lecture Antonio Brown about celebration penalties

Antonio Brown is tied for the NFL lead with 10 touchdown catches, but the Steelers have had to pay a 15-yard tax on three of them because of celebration penalties. Ben Roethlisberger, who has thrown all 10 of those touchdown passes to Brown, said on his weekly radio show on 93.7 The Fan via that Brown has been talked to about the excessive touchdown dances. His latest came...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Big Ben: Officials target Brown at times for celebration flags

The Pittsburgh Steelers apparently have had discussions with Antonio Brown over the flags being thrown his way over post-touchdown celebrations. But Ben Roethlisberger on Tuesday suggested the NFL might occasionally target Brown for his celebrations, especially during big games. Brown was again flagged during the Steelers’ 28-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Thanksgiving...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

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