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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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On Saturday, Explosive Plays Could Make Difference

Sunday night, Lance Williams of Steel Curtain Radio, Michael Bean of Behind The Steel Curtain and I had a very interesting discussion about Saturday’s Armageddon. It was planned to be a podcast, but unfortunately some technical issues with the recording … Continue reading

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Steelers Find a Way to Beat Browns, Now Get a Week Off

Well, that couldn’t have gone much better. Complete domination, reminiscent of the 2005 Steelers-Browns Christmas Eve game that included 41 points, a shutout, and a Deebo body slam. (Sorta arbitrary: I mentioned this on Twitter Sunday morning, but can you … Continue reading

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Steelers Lounge Podcast #28: Steelers-Browns Preview — Chris Hope

We’re back from our holiday break for the final Steelers Lounge podcast of the year. We talk about the Steelers Pro Bowl snubs, (even though nobody cares about it … except we sorta do), whether Troy should play against the … Continue reading

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Wallace, Farrior and Timmons Were Not Pro Bowl Snubs

It was surprising to see only three Steelers players selected to the Pro Bowl. After all, this is a veteran, star-laden Pittsburgh team that sports an 11-4 record and one of the top five run defenses in NFL history. The … Continue reading

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Mike Wallace Gives Jason Allen a Lesson in Speed

Mike Wallace is the best deep threat in the NFL. It’s really that simple. After leading the league in yards per catch as a rookie, he’s doing so again through six games in year No. 2, currently owning a four-yard-per-catch … Continue reading

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Steelers Unaffected by Heat, Administer Bucs Beatdown

If Charlie Batch was as durable as, say, Kurt Warner or Peyton Manning, you’d have to think he could have been a pretty good NFL quarterback, and his story might have been different. Instead, after a stint with the Lions … Continue reading

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Steelers Sticking With Hines Ward In the Slot

If you’re keeping a close eye on the Steelers passing offense, something may have jumped out from last Saturday’s Lions game — Pittsburgh is keeping Hines Ward at home. One of the first stories we posted here at the Lounge … Continue reading

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Let’s Repeat, Mike Wallace Didn’t Face Backup Cornerbacks

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette beat writer Ed Bouchette does an excellent job. He has been around the Steelers long enough to have a very good feel of the team and plenty of excellent sources. And there are some good points in today’s … Continue reading

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