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Category Archives: Postseason
It’s too bad NFL.com just doesn’t have an entire section devoted to “Stupid Things Marshall Faulk Says” because it would make my job a lot easier. Instead, I spent 20 minutes perusing their video archives to unearth some recent nuggets … Continue reading
It’s another podcast, y’all. We have a week off until the Super Bowl so JJ, Adam and I briefly discuss last season’s Packers-Steelers game; get to some reader mail; rail on Marshall Faulk; talk about Dougie Legursky, Maurkice Pouncey and … Continue reading
Although NFL teams keep and fully pay 53 players on their regular rosters, only 46 are allowed to dress on gamedays, which includes an emergency No. 3 quarterback. Pittsburgh standout defensive end Aaron Smith (triceps) may return for his first … Continue reading
As we’ve seen in our comments over the past week and months (and years before SL came about), people love to questions Bruce Arians’ playcalling. There’s no doubt that he’s had some awful games (last year’s Browns loss, for example), … Continue reading
Since Gretz is a season-ticket holder, he’s going to take a look at the debauchery and insanity that takes place in the Heinz Field stands after every home game he attends.
JJ mentions it all the time but it’s worth repeating here: we’re living in the golden age of Steelers football. It’s easy to forget that because we’re perpetually caught up in the moment. But with 13 days until the last … Continue reading
Pittsburgh jumped out to a huge early lead and then barely held on for a 24-19 win over the visiting Jets in the AFC Championship game Sunday. The Steelers needed two clutch passes from Ben Roethlisberger to run out the … Continue reading
My son will be four years old in a few months and he still struggles to tell the difference between football and basketball. This is what happens when you blow by the television to play with Thomas and his many, … Continue reading
It all comes down to this. If you have any lingering doubts, here’s how my three-year-old explained it to me Friday, as I played “Renegade” for him (which he described as “a nice song”): “Go Steelers … just don’t wait … Continue reading
In modern-era NFL history, any team with three Super Bowl wins within a decade gets classified as a dynasty. The Packers of the 60s (who get credit for the first two Super Bowl wins and three NFL titles in the … Continue reading