With no increase expected in the 2013 NFL salary cap, the Pittsburgh Steelers will likely see many of their most recognized and fan favored players on different teams or retired following the final regular season game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, December 30. Fans who are already depressed about the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals may be looking at even more tough times ahead.
The Pittsburgh Steelers fell to 7-8 on the season and lose to the Cincinnati Bengals, but also the chance that they’d stay alive long enough to enter the playoffs. Read more to find out how each unit was graded based on their performance in the 13-10 loss.
In a game that was winnable, the Pittsburgh Steelers fall to .500 on the season after an abysmal showing against the Dallas Cowboys. Nearly every unit on the Steelers team receives a poor grade that only adds to the misery of a bitter defeat and their fourth loss in five games.
ARLINGTON, Texas (93-7 THE FAN) — Before the Ben Roethlisberger interception in overtime, there was another play that, arguably, beget the Steelers’ undoing in Dallas: an Antonio Brown fumble on special teams that cost his team a chance to possibly shorten the game with a 24-17 lead.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (7-6) and the Dallas Cowboys (7-6) will face each other at Dallas Cowboys Stadium on Sunday. Both teams are looking for a playoff berth. Getting through Dallas is the first stop on the Steelers’ three-game stand in which many feel is a must win situation. Friday’s final injury report and fantasy outlook is now available.
Ike Taylor and LaMarr Woodley may be out for the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) when they host the San Diego Chargers (4-8) at Heinz Field Sunday, but the return of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to the field and players returning from injury lists puts the Steelers in great position to win the game. Everyone is feeling that the timing is just right.
The Fan Morning Show’s Jim Colony and Gregg Giannotti chat with Maurkice Pouncey, Plaxico Burress, Antonio Brown, Doug Legursky, and Keenan Lewis.
Wednesday’s practice for the Pittsburgh Steelers was a testing ground for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. While head coach Mike Tomlin hasn’t said that Roethlisberger will make the start against the San Diego Chargers, the team is preparing with the understanding that it doesn’t matter who the quarterback is and they must improve. Read the full practice report and find out who will be stepping into rolls left vacant by injured Steelers.
An exclusive interview with Dean Jones, a retired accountant who has spent decades crunching numbers and filing away every type of NFL and Pittsburgh Steelers statistic possible. Jones details keys to a successful offense for the Steelers going into their final four games and outlines how the team can improve their odds for the 2012 NFL playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers saved their best for last in an emotional win in the final seconds of the game at M&T Stadium against the Baltimore Ravens. Kicker Shaun Suisham beat the 20-20 tie at the end of the fourth quarter to put the Steelers up 23-20 with no time left in the game.
Despite news that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was able to participate in a limited capacity in practice this week, Pittsburgh Steelers fans will have to wait at least one more week to see him on the football field in action. News that wide receiver Antonio Brown and safety Troy Polamalu will return on Sunday has lifted the hopes of the Steelers faithful.
While the Pittsburgh Steelers have slipped to 6-5 on the season, the Baltimore Ravens are atop the AFC North at 9-2. Both teams know each other well, which will certainly make the game entertaining. With hopeful news of Antonio Brown’s return and the possible return of Troy Polamalu, it makes the opponent profile that much more interesting.
Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN to give us the latest update on Ben Roethlisberger’s status.
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).
The 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers find themselves in a similar position to the 1976 Steelers, a team that team founder Art Rooney Jr. ‘The Chief’ loved more than his four Super Bowl teams. If he were still alive, what might ‘The Chief’ tell today’s team?