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By NickheadKCAU

Ill start with Mark Sanchez…

then follow with Jay Cutler…

lets not stop with this current roster.

lets go back in time as well….

can anyone say Todd Blackledge? Read more…

By stevefuller

i live in steeler country
we has got to win this one…sure wish we had derrick johnson to take care of mr bell he is going to be a pain in the *** sunday…how do we cover antonio i sure hope sutton breaks down and doubles him
dontario is a key i dont know if his knees are hurting but he has shown up for 3 weeks
what is going on with d bowe questionable
i thought he would be the key to the offense this sunday Read more…

By Josh Alper

Over the course of the week, there are a lot of posts about the most prominent injured players but we know that you might not see all of them and that some others may fall through the cracks. As a result, we’ll comb through all the injury reports every Friday afternoon so that there’s one…
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By Josh Alper

The Steelers host the Chiefs on Sunday in a game that’s vital for both team’s chances of making the playoffs and it looks like the Steelers are going to have to try to win it without safety Troy Polamalu. Polamalu has been out of practice all week after hurting his knee against the Falcons in…
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By Mike Florio

With the playoffs on the line, the Steelers need Heinz Field to be a-rockin’ when the Chiefs come a-knockin’. As Pittsburgh prepares to host Kansas City in a venue that typically provides a strong home-field advantage, the Steelers hope to avoid a repeat of ugly home losses to the Buccaneers and the Saints. To keep…
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By jap1

So, since we need to win to get in, I wanted to take a look at this week’s matchup against the Steelers.

The Steelers defense is not the steel curtain that it used to be. They are vulnerable against the pass, ranking in the 20s. They are decent against the run, ranking 11th.

In passing D, they are in the bottom ten in sacks, interceptions, touchdowns allowed, and yards/pass. They also are vulnerable to passing against TEs specifically.

In rushing D, they are in the bottom 10 in yards per attempt. They don’t give up a lot of TDs, and they do cause Read more…

By Seek

Okay so three weeks ago, I thought his gesture to V. Miller during the refs call of roughing the passer was funny but after the last two weeks. I am furious with him.

The contraversial fumble actually looked like he was flipping the ball forward celebrating a big catch. It ultimately showed that he didn’t obtain posession of the ball. Even though he denied it was showmanship that play could be one single mistake that cost us the game.

He goes and fumbles again this week. Which could have change the momentum of the Read more…

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