The unorthodox rise to the NFL continues for a former local football player who once played – briefly – for the Chartiers Valley Colts.
If there is one aspect of the 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers offense that has been working since week 1, it’s the running game.
In his weekly “VESLA 360 Injury Report” exclusively on 937thefan.com, former Pittsburgh Pirates trainer Frank Velasquez takes a look at the Steelers Week 6 Injury Report.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will travel to Cleveland to face the Browns on Sunday in week six of the 2014 NFL Season. Pittsburgh will be without Ryan Shazier, Shamarko Thomas and Ike Taylor.
Former pro bowl quarterback Trent Green joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to preview Sunday’s Steelers vs. Browns game, which he will be calling for the NFL on CBS.
Former NFL Quarterback and current NFL on CBS Analyst Rich Gannon joined the Starkey and Mueller show and had a number of questions about how the Steelers offense works when in the redzone after being told Ben Roethlisberger claimed he called the redzone plays against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
It should come as no surprise but there is no love lost between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.
An officiating crew was again on hand for practice Wednesday afternoon when the Steelers began their on-field preparations for Sunday’s game in Cleveland. It’s the second week in a row that Mike Tomlin has had officials oversee practice. The Steelers were penalized seven times against Jacksonville and continue to be the NFL’s most penalized team through five games.
Despite a 2-2 record this season, the Cleveland Browns know how to execute a comeback.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are sitting in second place in the AFC North, just one game behind the Cincinnati Bengals, but they have to be careful. If trends are any indication, then a loss could be coming for them this week against a resurgent Cleveland Browns team, and there are a few issues that need to be taken care of to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Roethlisberger says he is suprised the decision to help extend Antonio Browns streak would create such a stir. For the players the most important thing is they helped a teammate and won the game.
The Steelers have been quite inconsistent this year and Mike Tomlin would like to see his team sustain their play from this point forward.
In his weekly press conference, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin recapped the teams victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, previewed their upcoming matchup with the Cleveland Browns and of course addressed the play call at the end of the Jacksonville game that was designed to extend wide receiver Antonio Brown’s record of 21 consecutive games with at least 5 catches and 50 yards.
The Pittsburgh Steelers looked to have the opening game against the Cleveland Browns well in hand, but then had to eek out a last-second field goal for the win. Now, the Browns have kept a few games close, beaten the New Orleans Saints, and staged a monster comeback win over the Tennessee Titans. Pittsburgh can’t underestimate the Browns who are getting better all the time.
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