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Entries in Pittsburgh Steelers (12)


I’m Not A Steelers Fan But I Could Play For Mike Tomlin

Watching Mike Tomlin celebrate with his team this past Sunday made me smile. He was dapping up his players and encouraging them for all the good things they did during their performance against the Jets.

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2012 Breaking Down The Divisions: AFC NORTH

Make no mistake about it, the AFC North is one of the toughest divisions in the NFL. Last season, the AFC North sent three teams to the playoffs—the Baltimore Ravens, the Pittsburgh Steelers

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Let The Real Games Begin: Teams Scramble For A Spot In The Playoffs

Fifteen teams remain alive in a mad scramble for five remaining playoff spots, and the seven clubs already qualified for the postseason play fight for seeding in the penultimate week

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NFL Teams On Red Alert Early In The 2011 Season

Every football season a team rises out of the abyss and begins to run roughshot through the league. This year that saying couldn't be truer about the Detroit Lions and the Buffalo Bills. What these two teams are proving is that you can build a team through the draft and you don't have to pay crazy money to guys just to get them to come to your city and ball. 

The rise of these teams has led to the demise of some quality teams that almost everyone expects to win games. So far this season quite a few teams have been underperforming to say the least. Some of the teams were expected to do bad so they will not be mentioned but others have been far less than what we expected at the beginning of the 2011 season.

Indianapolis Colts - Injuries have hindered the progress of the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts can withstand many injuries but they lost their leader in Peyton Manning and it is obvious that they could easily be 3 - 1 with a healthy Manning in the lineup. The Colts have serious issues at the quarterback position. They went out and signed a retired Kerry Collins and that didn't quite work out. Now they are settling for Curtis "Sunshine" Painter to lead them to the Andrew Luck sweepstakes.

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2011 AFC NORTH: As Physical As It Gets

Day 3 of breaking down the divisions has led us to the AFC North. When I say AFC North all you should think of is power football. This conference is responsible for earning Super Bowl titles with one word “physicality.” If you aren’t a physical team, you have no business even trying to compete in this division.

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens are the benchmark of being physical. They are led by their defense and when playing the Ravens expect to have the ball pounded down your throat. The Ravens offense is led by fourth year quarterback Joe Flacco. The running game for the Ravens is solid featuring the dynamic Ray Rice. The wide receiver core is a little aged but got better last season with the recent addition of Anquon Boldin. The offensive line pretty much returns in tact and should be better with another year under their belt.

Defensively the Ravens are immense. They have a ferocious defensive line and the linebackers, led by the great Ray Lewis should be great once again. The secondary will be the biggest question as pro bowl safety Ed Reed continues to get plenty of turnovers for his team.

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