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Category Archives: 2010 steelers
It’s the first Steelers Lounge podcast of the offseason and we’re ignoring the impending labor strife because, well, denial is a big part of helping us get through the day. Anyway, we kick things off by talking about my post … Continue reading
The NFL is currently the most popular sports league in U.S. history, coming off a record-breaking season in revenues and an epic Super Bowl between two storied franchises that was viewed by an estimated 111 million Americans. Yet a possible … Continue reading
Your thread to talk about … whatever you want.
Aaron Smith has played 156 games over 12 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers since being selected in the fourth-round of the 1999 draft. He’s been a workhorse in their 3-4 defense and a vital cog in a system that requires … Continue reading
It’s never fun recapping a loss but JJ’s known for two things: his zealotry towards offensive line analysis and his undying optimism. The former is great, obviously, but the latter sure comes in handy today. I’ll be honest: we ramble … Continue reading
Shortly after Sunday’s game ended I made the comment that I was trying to balance the disappointment of the loss and the excitement of getting to see the Steelers play in another championship game. My dad made the point that … Continue reading
There are no moral victories. Not for a team making their third Super Bowl appearance in six seasons. The Steelers, able to overcome a shaky first half and two turnovers in the AFC Divisional game against the Ravens, couldn’t do … Continue reading
This seems like the perfect time to summon all the Mike Tomlin-isms I can muster. Feel free to add your favorites in the comments.
Ted wrote about it last September, and today, on the eve of the Steelers-Packers Super Bowl, it became a reality: Jerome Bettis will not be a part of the Hall of Fame class of 2011. Center Dermontti Dawson, who has … Continue reading