Category Archives: Wide Recievers

Pittsburgh Steelers’ 7-Round 2011 Draft Value Board

The Steelers are a squad that usually does not maneuver much during the draft. As such, the draft-value board below is simply a list of players I like and/or players that the Steelers have shown interest in (particularly visits to … Continue reading

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Is Emmanuel Sanders Ready to Pass Hines Ward?

Matt Williamson from Scouts Inc. is going around the AFC North and examining players that could have a breakout season in 2011 (whenever it starts). His selection for the Steelers: wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders who, as Williamson writes, “could be … Continue reading

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Watch Hines Ward’s Dancing With the Stars Debut

If I were putting together a list of topics that I figured I’d never be writing about on this site, a post about Dancing With The Stars would be somewhere near the top. Thanks to Hines Ward, well … here … Continue reading

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Jonathan Baldwin, Tall Receivers and the Steelers

We’ve spent some time over the past couple of days, particularly on our most recent podcast, talking about the (unlikely) possibility of the Steelers using their first-round draft pick on Pitt wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin. The topic was sparked by … Continue reading

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Mike Wallace and the NFL’s Top Wide Receivers

ESPN.com is spending the offseason compiling player power rankings and on Tuesday the top wide receivers were examined. Topping the list is Houston’s Andre Johnson (no argument on this end), followed closely by Larry Fitzgerald and Roddy White. No Steelers receiver … Continue reading

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Pre-Combine Analysis on Steelers’ Draft Needs, Strategy

The 2011 NFL Scouting Combine begins Thursday and any mock drafts for the Steelers are useless until we know if a lockout will occur on March 4th, which would alter how Pittsburgh should approach the upcoming April draft. (Related: If … Continue reading

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Steelers Need to Activate Worilds Against Jets to Boost Special Teams

Over the past 20 years, the Steelers have had the best defense in the NFL and have been the most consistently successful squad over that span, making their eighth trip to the AFC Championship game in the past 17 years … 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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Which Steelers Were Targeted on Interceptions in 2010?

One of our favorite (and most frequent) commenters, IsraelP, asked on Twitter yesterday if any passes intended for Mike Wallace have been intercepted. The answer is yes, two of them. It’s notable that only one of the nine picks involved … Continue reading

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Formula Still Exists for Steelers to Win 7th Super Bowl Title

The Pittsburgh Steelers organization and their fanbase were humbled in a 39-26 beatdown by visiting New England on Sunday that was much more lopsided than the final score indicates, and exposed all of the major weaknesses of a Pittsburgh squad … Continue reading

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