Category Archives: Analysis

The Yancey Thigpen redemption game: What was Mike Tomlin thinking?

It was Christmas Eve, 1995, and the Pittsburgh Steelers were in Green Bay and positioned on the five-yard line with a chance to win the game with 10 seconds to play. It was at that point when an 11-year-old Adam … Continue reading

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Why does the Steelers offense stink?

The 2007 season was Mike Tomlin’s first as head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was also the first time in years that the offensive line was a glaring weakness as Ben Roethlisberger was sacked 47 times (second in the … Continue reading

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Playing from behind is no way to win

We’re already a quarter of the way through the 2013 NFL season (where the hell did that go?) and the Pittsburgh Steelers are still searching for their first win. When your team is 0-4 it probably should not be much … Continue reading

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Can Le’Veon Bell fix the Steelers running game?

Perhaps the worst part of the Steelers’ Week 1 loss to the Tennessee Titans was the pitiful performance by the offense when it tried to run the football. The passing game wasn’t anything to celebrate (unless you love bubble screens), … Continue reading

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Turnovers: A concerning trend

The one positive to come out of Sunday’s game (other than the fact it finally came to an end) was that the Steelers defense did a pretty decent job, especially when you consider they spent most of the day playing … Continue reading

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The Steelers Have Apparently ‘Shown No Interest or Curiosity’ in Analytics

David Fleming has a pretty interesting article over at ESPN.com this week that goes into great detail about the Jacksonville Jaguars and the way their new coaching staff and front office is going to utilize analytics in their efforts to … Continue reading

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Projected 53-man Roster and Other Goodies (V. 4.0)

The Steelers must cut their roster to 53 before midnight today. But that will likely not be the opening-day roster, which is what we try to project at SteelersLounge.com throughout the offseason. With all the various Steelers who are nursing … Continue reading

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Big Ben’s Rotator Cuff Injury May Be Bad News For Mike Wallace, Steelers

Yes, I know Mike Wallace isn’t in camp. Holdouts happen in the NFL, especially during training camp, so I won’t get worried about that until we reach Week Three of the preseason. But there is something else that does worry … Continue reading

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Projected Roster and Other Goodies (V 2.0)

Not much has transpired since our first roster projection for the 2012 Steelers more than two months ago. However, some minor transactions and news from minicamps has impacted the bottom of the roster, practice squad, and ordering of those closest to … Continue reading

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Ridiculously Early 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Projected Roster and Other Goodies (V 1.0)

It is a week from the end of the three-day NFL Draft, which most experts believe saw the Steelers tally one of their better hauls in recent memory. Moreover, thanks to some unbelievable, bust-your-tail reporting by Steelers Depot, names of the … Continue reading

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