PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — It’s a contract year for Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, but alas, on some level, a forgettable one, punctuated by the fact he may see more limited playing time when they meet the Ravens Sunday.
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).
It’s Ravens’ week once again, and the Steelers are making some changes to their lineup. Head Coach Mike Tomlin demoted two star players on Tuesday who seem to be taking it in stride, and we’re still waiting to see if there will be a change at quarterback.
CLEVELAND (93-7 THE FAN) — The leader of the so-called “Young Money Club,” who held out this summer for big money, hasn’t exactly been cashing in lately, and Mike Wallace has his own idea of why his team has been offensively bankrupt.
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.
The Pittsburgh Steelers were unable to convert their quick start against the Baltimore Ravens in their Sunday Night Football matchup by losing, 10-13. The Ravens go two games ahead in the AFC North. Grading your favorite team is never easy, but in a disappointing and close loss, it’s even harder.
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.
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.
In their Monday Night Football matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Pittsburgh Steelers looked distracted and unfocused. Saving the game was Lawrence Timmons as he grabbed a Matt Cassel toss during the overtime period to set up the game winning field goal. Leaving the field of play 16-13 counts as a win, but if quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is seriously injured, the Steelers may be on the road to further misery.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Mike Wallace made the touchdown grab every fan in America, let alone those who braved the elements at Heinz Field, may discuss Tuesday morning, but after a 16-13 overtime victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, his mind was on injured quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown may have injured his ankle worse than expected. With four players out against the Kansas City Chiefs in a Monday Night Football matchup, the Steelers will make moves to fill spots where injuries plague them. The Steelers will likely see Jonathan Dwyer adding rushing yards with Isaac Redman in a balanced offense against a floundering Chiefs team.
Steelers’ Running Back Isaac Redman joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN to talk about the Steelers running back situation, and who is going to be the starter moving forward.
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.
The Pittsburgh Steelers move to 5-3 on the season, breaking a four game winning streak by the NFC East-leading New York Giants in a game that gave tribute to storm survivors, first responders and the military.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Steelers possess one of the most dangerous deep threats in the NFL, but Ben Roethlisberger hasn’t dropped many long bombs recently, despite putting up impressive aerial numbers in back-to-back wins.