Inside Look at the Steelers: AFC still goes through Pittsburgh?

 

Inside Look at the Steelers The Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers had fallen somewhat under the radar after a 1-2 start, but not anymore. Winners of five straight and on the heels of a dominating 28-10 victory over the Denver Broncos, the AFC still goes through Pittsburgh. What do all of the true AFC Contenders (Indianapolis, New England, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati) have in common?; a franchise quarterback. The Steelers offensive attack has the ability to match their top counterparts in the AFC and the vibe around the team is that the Steelers offense is not even close to reaching their potential. We know what Ben Roethlisberger brings to the table but running back Rashard Mendenhall is getting better every week. What was impressive about his outing Monday night (155 yards on 22 carries), was his patience and ability to hit the open holes. Roethlisberger has the most weapons around him thanRead More »

AFC North Report

 

AFC North Rumors and News The Pittsburgh Steelers go into the this Sunday‚Äôs game healthier than they have been for a while. The Steelers should get Bryant McFadden back, who will be needed against the Cowboys prolific passing game. Despite being 8-4, it can be argued that the Cowboys could be the 2nd best team the Steelers face this season. Bengals President backs Marvin Lewis Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvel Lewish could be back next season despite a 1-10-1 season. Yesterday Bengals president Mike Brown asked if coach Marvin Lewis will get a chance to overcome this 1-10-1 season: “You cannot answer that question without undercutting someone. I am not going down that path. I think in many ways he has done an incredibly good job. Our players still try hard. He has them out there trying to the best of their ability.”… “I am not going to give oneRead More »

Moore scores 3 TD’s, Steelers beat Bengals 38-10

 

The Pittsburgh Steelers won their 8 consecutive game in Cincinnati today beating the Cincinnati Bengals 38-10. The Steelers dominated the Bengals in all facets of the game, out gaining the Bengals 375 ‚Äì 212. Ben Roethlisberger had another strong performance going 17/28 216 yds ‚Äì 2TD‚Äôs. Roethlisberger hit Mewelde Moore for a two yard touchdown pass in the 1st quarter and Roethlisberger put the game away when he connected with Nate Washington for a 50 yard touchdown pass to put the Steelers up 24-10 in the fourth quarter. Roethlisberger wasn‚Äôt the only Steelers standout today as running back Mewelde Moore scored three touchdowns and ran for 120 yards on 20 carries. Moore has rushed for 219 yards in the past two games. On defense the Steelers registered a season high 7 sacks. LaMarr Woodley, James Harrison, and Lawrence Timmons led the way with two sacks each. The 5-1 Steelers hostRead More »