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Pittsburgh Steelers Looking Strong, Head to Oakland to Face Winless Raiders

The Pittsburgh Steelers will take their encore following a sharp 27-10 Week Two win over the New York Jets with a road test against the winless Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Pittsburgh is a 4 1/2-point road favorite against the reeling Raiders in the NFL odds. The Steelers, who were coming off a road loss to […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Key Steelers Players Will Help Beat Jets But Not Cover The Spread

Coming off a devastating loss, in primetime no less, to a rejuvenated Denver Broncos team, the Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to bounce back to their winning ways this week.  While they are playing a New York Jets team that looked unbeatable against the Buffalo Bills, Ben Roethlisberger and a strong Steelers defense should be able […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Jets Face Big Test Versus Steelers

There was plenty of pessimism and criticism facing the New York Jets in the offseason but they laid all of that to rest in Week 1. They thumped the Buffalo Bills 48-28 win in one of the biggest surprises of the week. While beating down the hapless Buffalo Bills is one thing, going to Pittsburgh […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Steelers vs. Broncos Key Players

People should know by now who the key players for the Steelers are but, if you don’t, here’s who you need to be keeping an eye out for in the team’s Week 1 trip to Denver to play Peyton Manning and the Broncos. Pittsburgh doesn’t have to wait long for their first real test as […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Black and Gold Report: Beginning With Revenge in Mind

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ season ended last year in Denver on that improbable first play of overtime in that Wild-Card loss to the Broncos. Pittsburgh’s 2012 season begins in Denver Sunday night (8:20 pm Eastern, NBC), as the Steelers go looking for a little revenge. But if RB Rashard Mendenhall, who missed the entire pre-season recovering […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Steelers Make Required Cuts; Only Keeping Four Receivers

On Friday evening the Steelers announced their final roster as they get ready for the season, and that means they had to cut their roster down from 75 to 53. As a result, we are left wondering why the Pittsburgh Steelers chose to keep only four wide receivers, and keep three quarter backs. Let’s first […]

September 2012 by Craig

Wallace Expects to be Ready for Week One

Mike Wallace, who finally ended his holdout and returned to the Pittsburgh Steelers practice on Tuesday, August 8th, said he doesn’t expect to be behind, mentally or physically, when the Steelers take the field in week one to play the Denver Broncos. The Steelers matchup against the Broncos is only 12 days away, Wallace isn’t […]

August 2012 by Craig

Rothlisberger and Brown Lead Steelers to Victory over Bills

Steelers QB, Big Ben and wide receiver Antonio Brown lead the Steelers to a 38-7 victory over the Buffalo Bills in third preseason game. Connecting nine passes for a 95 yards drive, big Ben threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver Antonio Brown with few seconds left in the first half of the game. Antonio […]

August 2012 by Ayo

David DeCastro join the Steelers

Another Stanford player David DeCastro joined Andrew Luck in the draft at No. 24. The guard 6-ft-5, 316lbs player was picked up by the Pittsburgh Steelers, and expected to replace Doug Legursky as the starting left guard when the season begins. DeCastro was an All-American player last year, playing and starting in 39 games in […]

April 2012 by steelers360

Charlie Batch and his “In the Pocket” Event

The National Football League heavily frowns upon their players gambling in casinos or participating in any type of organized gambling of any type. As such, you don’t hear of NFL players taking part in poker games or large poker events such as the World Series of Poker. However, some NFL players have found a way […]

April 2012 by steelers360