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Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 Team Preview and Prediction

By Athlon Sports, 1 month 1 week ago
Pittsburgh was too good, too electric on offense, too experienced where it matters, to have its 2017 season end prematurely at the hands up the upstart Jaguars in the AFC divisional round. Their long-anticipated rematch with the Patriots never materialized, and the Steelers were sent into an offseason with plenty to mull. Months later, the roster is barely changed, and neither have the...

10 Best Broadcasters Who Were Former Football Players

By Aaron Tallent, 3 months 1 week ago
Jason Witten recently announced that he is retiring from the Dallas Cowboys to become an analyst for ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.” How he plays with viewers will not be known until Aug.16 when ESPN broadcasts its first game of the 2018 NFL season. If he as good as the 10 individuals on this list, he will have as long a second career as he wants. Here are the 10 best...

A History of Super Bowl Rematches

By Aaron Tallent, 6 months 3 weeks ago
It has been 13 years since the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles met in Super Bowl XXXIX and the only player returning for the rematch is Tom Brady. Super Bowl LII will serve as the seventh rematch in the big game's history. Here is a brief rundown of the other six.   Super Bowl XIII Rematch: Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31 The Steelers and Cowboys...

AFC Divisional Playoff Preview and Predictions: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

By John Gworek, 7 months 1 week ago
One of the NFL season’s most shocking results was Jacksonville going into Heinz Field and hammering the Steelers 30-9 on Oct. 8. It wasn’t that the Jaguars won so much as how they won, intercepting Ben Roethlisberger five times and gashing what would end up as a top-10 run defense for 231 yards.   The question is, can they do it again? On the surface, the answer is yes,...

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Houston Texans Preview and Prediction

By Matt Josephs, 8 months 1 day ago
Nothing says Christmas like a little football between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston Texans. The Steelers are coming off a crushing defeat at home against the Patriots in which they had a couple of chances to win and were denied by a stupid catch rule and a stupid quarterback decision. That game also saw the team lose their best wide receiver Antonio Brown for the next two weeks.  ...

New England Patriots vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 8 months 1 week ago
There are two more weeks left in the NFL season after this one, so nothing will be set in stone... but let’s be real: The top seed in the AFC and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs will be on the line Sunday when the Patriots visit the Steelers in Pittsburgh.   The Steelers (11-2) have won eight in a row and hold a one-game lead over New England for the top spot. The...

Sunday Night Football: Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 8 months 2 weeks ago
The NFL and NBC had to be hoping that scheduling the Steelers and Ravens on a Sunday night in December would produce a game with AFC North title implications. They haven’t quite got that this week, but this game has plenty to draw the eyes of fans.   Pittsburgh holds a three-game lead over Baltimore with four to play, so a division title for the Ravens is unlikely. But while both...

Monday Night Football: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 8 months 2 weeks ago
It’s one thing to dominate a team on your home field, as the Packers had done to the Lions at Lambeau up until the last couple years; or to just own a bad team overall, as the Patriots continue to do to the Bills. But what the Steelers have done to the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium is getting ridiculous.   Since Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000, Pittsburgh has won 16 of 19 there...

Sunday Night Football: Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 9 months 26 min ago
Heading into the season, some had this week’s Sunday night game pegged as a Super Bowl preview. And through five weeks, it looked like the Steelers and Packers were both certainly championship contenders. Then Oct. 15 arrived, and these teams went in opposite directions.   Aaron Rodgers’ collarbone broke in Minnesota that day, and Green Bay has won just once since to fall to 5...