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Tag Archives: Chris Kemoeatu
Winning makes everything better. Which is good, because if the Steelers had lost Sunday’s game against the Ravens, there would be a lot of talk about the failings of the offensive line. At this point, the Steelers’ offensive line is … Continue reading
Mike Tomlin has said many times that he’s not looking for style points. In the NFL, wins and losses matter, how you get there is much less important. If that’s the case, then Sunday’s win over the Bills has to … Continue reading
Former Eagles’ defensive coordinator Jim Johnson used to be the Steelers’ offensive line’s worst nightmare. He’d dial up the most aggressive series of blitzes anyone would ever see, filled with eight-man tidal waves of pressure that forced offensive linemen to … Continue reading
Three weeks into the season, there is not much to complain about with the Steelers’ offensive line. They have survived injuries at left tackle and right guard. They’ve endured a pair of games in brutal heat where they have subbed … Continue reading
Week 4 of the preseason is usually boring in the best of situations. When Byron Leftwich left Thursday’s game with a knee injury, it became the equivalent of re-ordering your sock drawer. Charlie Batch came in and handed off — … Continue reading
You may not expect it, but I’m here to praise the Steelers’ offensive line. This year’s Steelers offensive line isn’t the most talented in team history–not even close. It’s unlikely that anyone on this year’s line will end up in … Continue reading