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Naturally, the head of officials in the NFL will side with the officials, even if they did see enough to make one call at first, then overrule their own call five minutes (and four J.J. Watt commercials) later. Blandino took notice of Steelers wide receiver...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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At least for one glorious week, the entire Steelers’ organization appears to be on the same page as it implements a coherent, long-term strategy. During the Steelers' impressive performance Monday night, facing a Houston Texans team that's probably...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Billy52 | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The Pittsburgh Steelers roller coaster season continued Monday night with a thrilling 30-23 victory over the Houston Texans. The victory propelled them 5 spots in the power rankings. The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Houston Texans 30-23 on Monday...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The Steelers turned to a trick play to spark their lackluster red zone offense, and it was Mike Tomlin that pulled the trigger on the play call. When the Pittsburgh Steelers entered the red zone Monday night against the Houston Texans, fans at Heinz...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The AFC North has been turned upside down in just one week. In this week-by-week division, the Baltimore Ravens now find themselves sitting in the top spot of the division race. Another week of NFL action is in the books and a new set of standings shakes...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The Pittsburgh Steelers won a big AFC game on Monday Night Football, and following the game the players took to Twitter to voice their pleasure of the performance. The Pittsburgh Steelers are a happy football team Tuesday, and rightfully so. After pulling...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The Steelers' defense graded out particularly well on the initial grading from the NFL plays evaluation web site in the team's 30-23 win over the Houston Texans. It'd take a bit of research but an immediate knee-jerk reaction, no Steelers player has...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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An image floating around on Twitter appears to show Brown got both feet in bounds on a touchdown catch that was overturned after review in the Steelers' 30-23 win over the Houston Texans Monday. Monday Night Football color commentator Jon Gruden said...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The key to this game today is making big plays, and the Steelers finally defeated their opponents in that regard. The narrative for this Steelers team has been failure to score inside the red zone, and a borderline sickening level of hospitality when...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Mike Tomlin on seeing three touchdowns in three minutes, Martavis Bryant on whether he should have been playing earlier and Antonio Brown on the amount of times his pass was practiced. Lots more from the notebook of BTSC beat reporter Dale Grdnic. Mike...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Dale Grdnic | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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A horrendous start was followed by an explosive end to the first half. After that, the defense held strong in the win. Winners Martavis Bryant - Welcome to the show, rookie. On his second target, Bryant made his first NFL catch, a 35-yard touchdown strike...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Winning any game in the NFL isn't easy. Teams fight for every victory and, Monday at Heinz Field, the Steelers used a 73-second span late in the second quarter to steal a W from Houston and keep their season afloat. On a cool, crisp fall night at the...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: John_Phillips | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Pittsburgh defeated Houston in Week 7, but the game wasn't without faults. Listen to Neal Coolong and Jeff Hartman break down the highs and the lows from the latest Steelers' victory. The Steelers' performance in their 30-23 win over the Houston Texans...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Rookie WR Martavis Bryant scored a 35-yard touchdown on his first NFL catch, sparking a furious Steelers' rally in the second quarter. They never looked back, despite a near-dramatic finish in a decisive 30-23 win. Tune into Steelers Final Score, BTSC's...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Dale Grdnic | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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From pregame speculation to day-by-day team updates to predictions to activations, you can find it all here, before, during and after Monday Night Football between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston Texans. It's fair to say the question of whether...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The Steelers take on the Houston Texans on ESPN's Monday Night Football in Week 7, and you can chat among Steelers fans here on BTSC. How much will we learn about the 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers in their first home prime-time game this season? Are they...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Safety Shamarko Thomas and linebacker Ryan Shazier aren't quite up to full speed yet and remain out once again. Inactives for @Steelers: QB Jones, WR JBrown, CB Taylor, SS Thomas, ILB Shazier, G Hubbard, NT McLendon — Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) October...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Nick Kelly | Monday, October 20, 2014
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After he was on the game day inactive list for the first six weeks of the season, Bryant will see the field Monday. It appears that Steelers fans will get to see more of the 2014 draft class than they thought against the Houston Texans. According to...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Nick Kelly | Monday, October 20, 2014
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To be honest, it's all Mike Shanahan's fault... In many ways, the 2014 Steelers' defense can lay their woes at the feet of Mike Shanahan. Yes, it has all largely been his fault. In Week 1, the Cleveland Browns entered the second half at Heinz Field on...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jack Finn | Monday, October 20, 2014
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In an ESPN segment, former NFL head coach Jon Gruden spoke very highly of Steelers' receiver, Antonio Brown. Jon Gruden thinks Antonio Brown is due for a big game against the Houston Texans tonight at Heinz Field.  Not only that, but he told ESPN's...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Christopher Carter | Monday, October 20, 2014
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Steelers' defensive backs' coach, Carnell Lake, sees potential in Cortez Allen, but also sees the young player's biggest hurdle to be his inability to focus against the league's better receivers. Though Cortez Allen leads the team in turnovers with his...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Christopher Carter | Monday, October 20, 2014
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We haven't reached the halfway point of the season and despite being a game ahead of last years start, the Pittsburgh Steelers face a must-win game vs. an AFC foe in the mind of JP. A loss would mean big trouble staring the black and gold right in the...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: John_Phillips | Monday, October 20, 2014
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The equally 3-3 Houston Texans head into Pittsburgh for Monday Night Football. To get a better sense of the competition, we met with Battle Red Blog writer Brett Kollmann for some intel. We met up with Battle Red Blog writer Brett Kollmann in advance...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Monday, October 20, 2014
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On this week's edition of the Steelers 2-Minute Drill, BTSC editor Neal Coolong talks about how the Steelers can beat J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football. The Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive line has a tough assignment in dealing...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Monday, October 20, 2014
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Two teams took separate routes to get to the same spot during the last two seasons. A win for either team could be a big confidence-boost as they both look to move into the thick of a tough AFC playoff race. The Texans found themselves falling from Super...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Monday, October 20, 2014
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Stephon Tuitt will start and it's likely Martavis Bryant and Dan McCullers will be activated. So how many snaps should we expect each player to get? Coaches get nervous about starting rookies, mostly because of lack of experience. That's the issue, laid...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Monday, October 20, 2014
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There is no stopping Texans defensive end J.J. Watt. The only hope for the Steelers' edge protectors is a quick, simple game plan that goes away from him. J.J. Watt is above superlatives. He's the anti-offense. Water and time may have needed eons to...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Monday, October 20, 2014
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The Steelers are 3.5 point favorites heading into this game, and we think the final score will be slanted Pittsburgh's way by more than that. Too much at stake Teams in the NFL often respond rather well after getting whipped. When talk of job loss and...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Monday, October 20, 2014
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The Steelers host the Houston Texans on ESPN's Monday Night Football with both teams sitting at 3-3 and in a critical game in terms of keeping chase in their division. The Pittsburgh Steelers, losers of two of their last three games, return home to take...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Monday, October 20, 2014
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Stage is the biggest, lights are the brightest, no better time for Steelers QB Ben Roehtlisberger to out-duel Texans super-stud DE J.J. Watt. J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans will be at Heinz Field Monday evening for a nationally televised Week 7 clash...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Anthony Defeo | Sunday, October 19, 2014
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Watch the games with other Steelers fans as we wait for the big Monday night game. As Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers sung, "the waiting is the hardest part". Whether they meant waiting for your favorite NFL team to play on Monday Night Football is...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Sunday, October 19, 2014
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are a banged up defensive group, but the Texans are dealing with injuries of their own that could impact the game Monday night. The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without Shamarko Thomas, Steve McLendon, Ike Taylor and possibly Ryan...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jeff.Hartman | Sunday, October 19, 2014
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The Steelers' rookie receiver plans to have the words "fourth round" inscribed below it so he doesn't forget where he started his career. It looks as if Bryant may be activated for the first time this season when the Steelers take on the Houston Texans...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Sunday, October 19, 2014
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Fans won't let go of some things. For ex-Penn State and Oklahoma wide receiver Justin Brown, now with the Pittsburgh Steelers, his decision to change schools amid scandal carries with it the burden of a fan base that won't let it go. Before the selection...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Sunday, October 19, 2014
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