News of moves and player statuses showed on Wednesday that the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) are not focusing on the past in their preparation and practice sessions for their second meeting in three weeks with the Baltimore Ravens (9-2).
Let’s take our weekly look back at the week that was in the NFL for week 12.
In what could be considered the ugliest game the Pittsburgh Steelers have played during the 2012 NFL Season, turnovers killed any chance they had to come back against the Cleveland Browns in an AFC North game that could have helped their cause in the playoff race. Read how the different units of the Steelers fared and their game grade.
In an AFC North matchup, the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) will face the Cleveland Browns (2-8) at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday. While most are picking Pittsburgh to have an easy win, the Steelers don’t feel they can count Cleveland out. The Browns think they have the keys to make a difference in the game.
The Pittsburgh Steelers entered practice on Wednesday feeling the intensity in the atmosphere as Plaxico Burress and Brian Hoyer had their first full session with quarterback Charlie Batch at the helm. Focused on a win against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, the team is preparing for a competitive battle. David DeCastro returned for the first time since a preseason knee injury.
The revolving door of injuries to the Pittsburgh Steelers stopped turning for a moment Tuesday as quarterback Brian Hoyer and receiver Plaxico Burress were signed to one-year contracts. The roster changes were necessary for the Steelers to be competitive against the Cleveland Browns an AFC North showdown.
Let’s take our weekly look back at the week that was in the NFL for week 11.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — For all his struggles Sunday night, Byron Leftwich produced one more touchdown than did Joe Flacco. Receiver Mike Wallace, who also endured a rough night, believes the quarterback and the defense deserved a better fate in a 13-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field.
PITTSBURGH (AP) Byron Leftwich hasn’t won a game as an NFL starting quarterback in 2,234 days. After getting pounded relentlessly in the second half of a 13-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night, the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback will have to wait at least seven more.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Baltimore Ravens Sunday Night, sparks are sure to fly. A highly anticipated AFC North Division Rivalry, the game is sure to be hotly contested. While the Steelers will be without Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown, they get back Rashard Mendenhall. Read the injury report and see which player is saying what about the big game at Heinz Field.
The 6-3 Pittsburgh Steelers will face the 7-2 Baltimore Ravens in an AFC North Division rivalry on Sunday. With Byron Leftwich starting and Ray Lewis missing, the challenge for both teams is to finish strong. The opponent profile is an interesting mix of soundbites from the Ravens.
Ben Roethlisberger didn’t participate in practice and will be out for the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field. Enter Byron Leftwich as the starting quarterback. With a short practice week, the Steelers are focused on getting Leftwich more reps and finding ways to control the game.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons is a humble man who plays big on the football field. His interception of Matt Cassel of the Kansas City Chiefs helped secure a 16-13 overtime win.
Todd Haley seemed like the misunderstood stepchild when he entered Pittsburgh to take the offensive coordinator job before the 2012 NFL Season. With the Steelers seeing three consecutive wins, Haley’s offense has taken shape and helped redefine Pittsburgh’s season.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Week 9 is in the books, but before we jump ahead to week 10, let’s look back at the week that was. HALF WAY TO PERFECTION The Atlanta Falcons have […]