Category Archives: Steelers History

Steelers Ain’t Bad at Moving Up (and Down) Draft Board

I remain conflicted about who the Steelers should draft in the first round. This is not unusual. I do have it narrowed down to defensive back or offensive lineman, undoubtedly because those are the two positions where Pittsburgh annually needs … Continue reading

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Argument Starters: Best QB Seasons in Steelers History

Because who doesn’t like a list to argue about?

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SB Weekend Got Off to Bad Start With HOF Voting

As Ryan already noted, it was no shock that Jerome Bettis was not selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame last Saturday in his first year of eligibility. What was a little surprising was that fellow tailback Curtis Martin … Continue reading

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This Is Steel Curtain III; Don’t Forget About the 1990s

Stories on the blending (as opposed to comparisons) of the current era of Pittsburgh Steelers with the squads from the 1970s are long overdue, as are debates on if this present group qualifies as a dynasty (they do with a … Continue reading

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Two More Wins and ’04-’10 Steelers Officially a Dynasty

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

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2010 Steelers: Already a Successful Season

Following yesterday’s rapturous 31-24 win over the Ravens at Heinz Field in the AFC Divisional playoffs, it is time to declare 2010 another very successful season for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers advance to next Sunday’s AFC Championship game against … Continue reading

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Jared Veldheer: The OT Who Should Have Been the Steelers’ 2010 2nd-Round Pick

The Steelers’ 2010 draft class has already paid huge dividends and appears to be one of Pittsburgh’s best and deepest draft hauls in recent years. Eight of the 10 draft picks are still on the 53-man roster and five are … Continue reading

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Tomlin Deserves Consideration for NFL Coach of the Year

There are several outstanding candidates for NFL Coach of the Year this fall. Todd Haley is the one I would bet on if he ends up leading the Chiefs to 11 wins and an AFC West title. Certainly strong arguments … Continue reading

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Roethlisberger Injured Again for Another Key Steelers-Ravens Game?

Ben Roethlisberger has not exactly conjured up memories of Cal Ripken for his durability, but Pittsburgh’s overly dramatic star quarterback actually does not miss too many starts. In his seventh year as the Steelers’ starting quarterback, Roethlisberger has started 103 … Continue reading

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Steelers Are 6-2 Again Under Tomlin, But Finish Will Depend on Health

Mike Tomlin is in his fourth season as head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers’ 27-21 win over the Bengals on Sunday night resulted in the fourth consecutive season where a Tomlin-coached team has opened the first-half of the … Continue reading

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