Tag Archive: Pittsburgh Steelers

Nov 10

NFL is Set to Pick Up Game Pace to Draw Viewers

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With the warnings of this season about waning, the NFL is now weighing their options of driving broadcast viewers right from switching out the commercials to a tweaking the available game itself. For those players who have tried to use it before, the results has been amazing during the time. By staying on the news, …

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Oct 26

NFL Announces Pro Bowl Captains

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On Monday, ESPN announced that NFL legends Tony Gonzalez, Jerome Bettis, Ray Lewis, and Charles Woodson, will be the 2017 Pro Bowl Legends Captains. Over the past three seasons, the Pro Bowl shifted to a system where captains select the players chosen, mixing stars from both conferences. This year, the game will go back to …

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Sep 14

First Week Injuries Show the NFL Doesn’t Really Care about Player Safety

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For the past few seasons, the NFL says it has been trying to make the game safer. While the league has done a few things to increase the safety of its players and spent a lot of money on public relations, it might all been all for naught because the first week of the 2016 …

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Aug 30

Colin Kaepernick Unpatriotic Gesture Draws Mixed Reactions from Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva

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Even after ditching a career as an army ranger to join the NFL, Alejandro Villanueva, the Pittsburgh Steelers left tackle, shares almost similar frustrations as Colin Kaepernick when it comes to racial discrimination. According to Villanueva, the American armed forces sacrifice their all to keep the country safe and degrading their national anthem abuses their …

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Aug 02

Ben Roethlisberger Curious About the Steelers Performance if They were to Remain Healthy

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Pittsburgh Steelers offensive last season finished in the second place in the NFL in terms of yards per play while they emerged fourth in scoring despite the power trio of Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger never playing in the whole game together. What is extremely enthusiastic is the fact that Roethlisberger who is …

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Jul 24

Who’s left? Exploring the remaining free agents

Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is playing golf. Without a contract, he’s not going to training camp this week. Fitzpatrick hasn’t said much about his situation, and the Jets basically issued a gag order six weeks ago. So, we’ll see what happens with camp starting and teams across the league getting back to work. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Jul 09

Early Vegas Odds for the 2017 NFL Season – What the Bookies Think

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The NFL season begins in September, but that doesn’t mean that people aren’t excited even before the season begins. Last year we witnessed a great jubilee as the Super Bowl L and this year’s Super Bowl LI will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 5. The good thing is that nowadays …

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Jan 13

Browns hiring Hue Jackson

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The Browns’ coaching search is over, and Hue Jackson is their man. Jackson will be hired today as the Browns’ next head coach, according to multiple reports. That’s a coup for Cleveland, as Jackson had become a very attractive candidate after doing good work as the offensive coordinator of the Bengals. Both the 49ers and …

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Jan 03

Report: Mike Pettine to be fired today

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Today will reportedly be Mike Pettine‘s final one as head coach of the Cleveland Browns, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, among others, who writes that: There should be more moves Sunday, immediately after the regular season ends. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has already made the decision to fire coach Mike Pettine, multiple sources say, …

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Sep 21

steeljake75: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; Week 2

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Week 2 started in Denver and will officially end tomorrow night in Indianapolis and while we have along way to go some teams have shown us what they might be down the line. I will grant you some overreaction is bound to happen, for example Cincinnati being 2-0 certainly does not mean they will be …

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