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Steelers Lounge Podcast #51: Falcons Recap — James Farrior

The Steelers are down to 53, and while the faces may change in the coming days and weeks, the number will stay the same until next offseason. Because this is a podcast about the Steelers (and for this episode Star … Continue reading

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Steelers Final 53: Still Not Much to Complain About

Cut day is a weird thing. It’s a distant cousin of the April draft in that personnel decisions are made 5-10 players at a time, but it comes without the production value. It’s also a week before the season, which … Continue reading

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When it Comes to 2011 Steelers, Don’t Expect Cuts To Hurt

If you’re a Steelers nut, you’re probably quite fascinated to see who makes the 53-man roster and who ends up being told to turn in their playbook. So am I. It’s one of the more engrossing weekends of the season. … Continue reading

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Steelers Apparently Going With Doug Legursky At RG

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Doug Legursky will be the Steelers starting right guard when the season begins next week. After trying Chris Scott for a week and Tony Hills for two, the Steelers have decided to go with the … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Offensive Line: So Many Injuries, So Few Options

When Jonathan Scott and Marcus Gilbert both suffered minor knee injuries in last week’s game against the Eagles, the Steelers looked around, apparently realized their lack of depth at tackle and decided to bring back veteran Trai Essex. It’s good … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Offensive Line: A Bad Week for Chris Scott But Don’t Give Up On Him Yet

Welcome back for another year of in-depth looks at the Steelers’ offensive line. As I do most years, I’m looking at tweaking how I do the line breakdowns, but for now, I’m going to focus much more on the players … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Titans, Week 2

It may not have been their best performance, but the Steelers offensive line deserves some credit for surviving Sunday’s Titans’ game. Pittsburgh began the game without left tackle Max Starks. Then Flozell Adams started melting in the heat, forcing Tony … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Broncos, Preseason Week 3

The Broncos game was a disaster if you listen to Steelers’ fans. Too many penalties, costly interceptions and an ugly final score made Steelers’ fans are a lot more anxious now than they were a week ago, and they were … Continue reading

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Projected 53-Man Final Roster After 3 Preseason Games and Other Goodies

With three preseason games in the books, here is the projected 53-man opening-day roster for the Steelers, predicted opening-day inactives, unlucky last 16 not to make the team, lucky last 16 clinging to a roster spot and the projected eight-man … Continue reading

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Youth Movement, Cont’d: Tomlin Talks Broncos

Mike Tomlin didn’t mention it during his Friday press conference, but Rashard Mendenhall is fine. Mark Madden reported otherwise on his radio show, but like most things that don’t involve greasy food and Hawaiian shirts, Tons-o-Fun was wrong. Suspending reality … Continue reading

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