With His Mind On Todd Haley And Todd Haley On His Mind

Snoop Dogg and Tomlin

  No doubt the Rooneys, Tomlin and Colbert are holed up in a dark room at the team’s South Side headquarters, pouring over this video and reconsidering their options at OC:   You can’t blame the Dogg, really – last night was bad. Really bad. Like smoke four blunts (blounts?) bad. I’m just not sure last night was Todd Haley’s fault. Maybe the Dogg should have started by calling out Bell and Blount for getting caught……..never mind. Click here and sign up for our free monthly newsletter to receive exclusive content, discounts on Steelers memorabilia and be entered in a drawing to win an awesome framed TROY POLAMALU collage from Pittsburgh artist Chris Nix of Christopher’s Collages.

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Steelers vs Eagles: Not-Ready-For-Prime-Time

Troy being restrained by teammates. Wonder what happened??

The goods news is the Steelers most definitely did not look like an 8-8 team tonight. The bad news is they looked more like a 5-10 team. Ok, that may be a bit much. Call it a 3-13 team. Here are my observations from what was an absolutely brutal night of football for the Steelers: * Le’Veon Bell laid out by Demeco Ryans. Didn’t see any smoke come out of his helmet. Maybe it knocked a little sense in to him. * Interesting that Justin Brown got the start in this game. After he  blew his route during that first series Tomlin and Haley went ballistic on him. * Mike Mitchell might want to think about wrapping up. Completely botched that tackle going for a big hit on Brent Celek, then did it a second time. * Haley and Roethlisberger are clearly trying to feed Markus Wheaton early and they’re […]

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“Ring The Bell, Roll The Blount” Taken A Little Too Literally

Just when you thought the Steelers were having an outstanding preseason…… Le’Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount were arrested today for possession of marijuana after their car was pulled over by Ross Township police. Bell also bagged a DUI for his troubles, so it was an especially productive afternoon for him. The arrest came only a couple of hours before the team was scheduled to fly to Philadelphia for tomorrow’s preseason game. I might be mistaken, but I believe this is a first offense for both (I know it is for Bell), so a suspension is unlikely, but each will now be subject to more rigorous testing under the NFL’s substance abuse program. How will the Steelers respond? When Santonio Holmes was pulled over and charged with possession a few years back, Tomlin sent him home and forced him to sit out the next game. It’s possible he’ll look to do […]

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James Harrison Just Alpha’d Your S#&$^y Ice Bucket Challenge

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Guess Who’s Back In Circulation!?

I mean, how do you not love this guy!?

Yep, the Bearded One is back. Have to say I’m a little surprised as I thought it was a bit of a long shot given how well some of the young DE’s fared in camp. Stephon Tuitt appears to be exactly as advertised, Nick Williams had an excellent camp and undrafted rookie Josh Mauro was one of the biggest surprises in Latrobe this summer. I mean, how do you not love this guy!? If you assume that the Steelers only keep five defensive ends and the “Cams” (Heyward and Thomas) and Tuitt are shoe-ins, then either Williams or Mauro will likely get cut to make room for Keisel. Just a hunch, but I think Mauro was impressive enough in camp to get the nod over Williams. We’ll see, though. There are some who will gripe that they would prefer the Steelers keep the younger player in Williams or Mauro over […]

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Sorting Through The Steelers’ Glut Of Backup Linebackers

Howard Jones (34) flanked by Vic So'oto (49) and Jordan Zumwalt (56). Photo courtesy of Steelers.com

If you’ve been following training camp closely, you know that the Steelers suddenly have a very enviable situation on their hands – they’re loaded at linebacker. For a position that was considered one of the thinnest on the roster at the end of last season, it’s now chock full of talent and it could lead to some painful roster moves come cut time. You already know the starters (and maybe a reserve or two), but here’s a closer look at some of the other linebackers in camp and their chances of making the team: Sean Spence – By all accounts, Spence appears to have made a miraculous recovery from a devastating knee injury and now looks to have worked himself up to be the primary backup to Ryan Shazier at the mack linebacker position. A natural playmaker with a nose for the ball, Spence has the kind of speed and […]

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Steelers vs Bills: The Ryan Shazier Show

Ryan Shazier's performance last night could not have been better. Photo courtesy of Steelers.com

* Wow. I guess the rumors about Ryan Shazier were true. If that debut performance didn’t make you stand up and take notice, I don’t know what will. He showed us a little bit of everything last night – the next level speed, terrific open field tackling, backside pursuit, great instincts, fluid coverage, even a pick. If it seemed like he was in on every tackle during the first quarter, its because he more of less was – 8 tackles and 1 INT in the first quarter alone and a total of 11 tackles in less than a half of football. Let that sink in for a minute. Ryan Shazier’s performance last night could not have been better. Photo courtesy of Steelers.com * I wrote last week that I could see Joey Porter drawing a penalty or getting in to some kind of sideline scuffle this season. Last night did nothing […]

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