Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles: Staff predictions

Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, September 25, 4:25 PM on CBS Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA Chris Cobb The Eagles-Steelers matchup is the game to watch in week three. It’s going to be a game of great matchups, such as, Eagles defensive line vs. Steelers offensive line, Ben Roethlisberger vs. Carson Wentz, and Antonio Brown vs. Eagles secondary. I...
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Taylor’s Take: Steelers Look To Avoid “Trap” Mentality Sunday

The Week 3 matchup looks good on paper for the 2-0 Pittsburgh Steelers, facing a Philadelphia Eagles team with an identical 2-0 record, but has met minimal challenges in the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears thus far. It looks like a game where a playoff contender could be identified and...
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6 hours ago

Steelers Fantasy Football Predictions – Week 3 – 2016

Week 3 – September 25, 2016 Location: Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Opponent: Philadelphia Eagles The battle of Pennsylvania becomes even more interesting after the Eagles win on Monday Night Football. Both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Eagles enter the contest at 2-0 looking to maintain their respective division leads....
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7 hours ago

Steelers vs. Eagles Fantasy outlook

The team travels to Philly for a tough road contest. After two strong wins the Steelers are headed to Philadelphia to take on the undefeated Eagles. Like Pittsburgh, the Eagles have had two convincing wins to start the season and rookie Quarterback Carson Wentz looks solid so far. With that being said they did beat […] Steelers vs. Eagles Fantasy outlook - Still Curtain - Still...
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Steelers Film Room: Controlling the Eagles' pass rush is paramount for Pittsburgh's success

The last time the Steelers met the Eagles in Lincoln Financial Field, Ben Roelthlisberger suffered what many would deem to be the biggest beating of his career. Is Pittsburgh's line up to the task against a stout Eagles front 7? It's been fifty one years since the Steelers last beat the Eagles in Philadelphia. Since then, they've been 0-8 in Philadelphia. The last time they went...
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13 hours ago

Zach Ertz, Leodis McKelvin inactive vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Philadelphia Eagles injury woes continue as the team will be without starting tight end Zach Ertz and starting cornerback Leodis McKelvin for the second straight week. Ertz is still recovering from a rib displacement near his left shoulder, and McKelvin has been sidelined with a left hamstring injury.  Rookie offensive guard Isaac Seumalo will also miss the game with a pectoral...
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14 hours ago

NFL Picks and Predictions: Predicting the winner of Steelers vs. Eagles Week 3

The battle of Pennsylvania...who wins? We give you our predictions and want yours too! As we do every week, the contributors at BTSC predict the final score of the upcoming Steeler contest. 11 of 13 correctly predicted the Steelers to beat Cincy. The other two were sentenced to a stoning. But since its not 1716, we couldn't go through with pelting them with rocks. So, Eric and I...
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14 hours ago

Steelers Vs Bengals X Factor: Sammie Coates

Could go in a couple different directions here but picking Sammie Coates for my X Factor in Sunday’s showdown against the Philadelphia Eagles. I was going to dedicate an entire article to it but Matthew Marczi outlined things better than I could earlier this week. Coates is far from a...
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15 hours ago

Steelers defense looking to ‘beat up’ Eagles’ Wentz

Eagles rookie quarterback Wentz is certainly impressing right out of the gate, but with all the hoopla surrounding a young QB also comes with a big target on his jersey. Up next for the rookie is the Pittsburgh Steelers defense, ready to give Wentz some different looks and bring him back down to earth. “You definitely want to beat him up,” linebacker Arthur Moats said of facing...
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NFL officials want the Steelers to win...except when they want them to lose

NFL referee Pete Morelli may have screwed up the Tyler Boyd fumble call at the end of the Steelers 24-16 win over the Bengals last Sunday. But that’s no surprise. The officials always want the Steelers to win...except for when they want them to lose. In the days since the Steelers defeated the Bengals, 24-16, in an important Week 2 showdown at Heinz Field last Sunday, there have...
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19 hours ago

Steelers Player Spotlight: DeAngelo Williams

DeAngelo Williams has shocked the league, once again, by being one of, if not the most productive running back through two weeks at age 33. When people discuss the great running backs of the league, DeAngelo Williams isn’t often a name that comes to mind. Adrian Peterson, our Le’Veon Bell, Todd Gurley, and many more […] Steelers Player Spotlight: DeAngelo Williams - Still Curtain...
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QUIZ: Name every Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Pro-Bowler in the Super Bowl Era

The Pittsburgh Steelers have fielded 37 different defensive players to make it to the Pro Bowl at least once in the Super Bowl Era. How many of these defensive stars can you name? Clue: Number of Pro Bowls - Position/Years with team Note: 4 players share the same last names, therefore first and last names are needed for correct answers on these clues.
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Antonio Brown ‘surprised’ Josh Norman did not shadow him

Antonio Brown made things look easy in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Week 1 win over the Washington Redskins, and it sounds like he anticipated more of a challenge heading into the game. In an appearance on PFT Live Wednesday, Brown was asked about all this talk regarding Redskins cornerback Josh Norman not shadowing the opposing team’s best receiver. While Brown is glad the Steelers...
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Ben Roethlisberger says Antonio Brown will ‘get his catches’

Ben Roethlisberger attempted to downplay any potential frustration over Antonio Brown’s lack of productivity in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 24-16 win over the Cincinnati Bengals by insisting the dynamic wide receiver will get his fair share of touches in due time. After lighting up the Washington Redskins with eight receptions for 126 yards and two touchdowns — not to mention...
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Pittsburgh Steelers report card: Grading the win over the Bengals

This AFC North rematch of the ugly 2015 Wild Card matchup was the exact opposite of what many expected: disciplined. The Steelers and Bengals combined for just 10 penalties including only one personal foul penalty. The division matchup between the rivals featured heavy rain, defensive dominance, and an ageless offensive juggernaut named DeAngelo Williams. The Steelers, led by Williams...
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Week 3 Power Rankings

The Pittsburgh Steelers are off to a good start on the season, knocking down two 2015 playoff teams in Week 1 and Week 2. This Week, the Steelers knocked down AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals in a thrilling 24-16 battle. Steelers: Week 3 Power Rankings - Still Curtain - Still Curtain - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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Steelers secondary giving up yards, but not big plays

PITTSBURGH (AP) A year ago, Ross Cockrell wasn't ready to stand across the line of scrimmage from one of the NFL's best receivers and more than hold his own. It wasn't so much about confidence or ability, but knowledge. The cornerback needed time to adjust after getting cut by the Buffalo Bills and picked up by the Pittsburgh Steelers at the end of the 2015 preseason. Yet there...
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Personal chef talks about ugly breakup with Antonio Brown

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is one of the best players in football, and he takes what he puts into his body very seriously. For a while, Brown and the man who cooked for him seemed inseparable. Apparently that is no longer the case. Brown posted a photo on Snapchat earlier this week and captioned it “new chef alert.” He later noted that “Chef Niko is no...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Big Ben considered retirement after last game in Philly

When the Steelers visit Philadelphia Sunday, they’ll try for a better result than their last trip there. It will be a better turnout as long as Ben Roethlisberger doesn’t consider retirement after the game. The Eagles beat the Steelers 15-6 in Week 3 of the 2008 season. Roethlisberger was sacked eight times in that game. Only once in his career has he been sacked more in one...
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Young tight ends making an impact for 2-0 Steelers

PITTSBURGH (AP) The greatest tight end in Pittsburgh Steelers history is retired, off being a dad back in his native Virginia. Heath Miller's replacement, Ladarius Green, is out indefinitely while nursing health issues that won't seem to go away. In their stead are a pair of works in progress in Jesse James and Xavier Grimble and an old veteran in David Johnson who basically doubles...
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DeAngelo Williams: Super Bowl is 'only thing I care about'

Whether you’re a Steelers fan or not, it’s hard not to like DeAngelo Williams. The oldest running back in the NFL at 33, Williams leads the league with 237 rushing yards as he again fills in for a suspended Le’Veon Bell. Last year, Williams ran for 204 yards through two games while Bell was suspended. As soon as Bell returned, Williams had no more than five carries for six...
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Pacman Jones has colorful thoughts on loss to Steelers

The Steelers and Bengals had one of their usual ferocious battles on Sunday, with Pittsburgh coming out on top this time around. But as Pacman Jones reminded everyone, the two teams will meet at least one more time this season. After his team’s 24-16 loss, Jones had some colorful comments about Cincinnati’s division rival. Adam Jones: "We'll see them mother f*****s again...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bengals-Steelers wild-card rematch highlights early games

Some big division matchups highlight the eight early-afternoon NFL games, including what is likely to be a brutal rematch between Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. The Steelers eliminated the Bengals in a physical wild-card game last season, and Cincinnati will be without linebacker Vontaze Burfict because of a suspension for his helmet-to-helmet hit against receiver Antonio Brown near...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers vs. Bengals injury report features Markus Wheaton, others

The Pittsburgh Steelers will have to do without wide receiver Markus Wheaton Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Steelers and Bengals resume their heated rivalry for the first time since the latter self-destructed in the playoffs last year. Though it is Week 2, both teams figure to miss key pieces for the must-win encounter. Zac Jackson of Pro Football Talk revealed the situation...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

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