Steeler Nation , through the 2012 season and so far through the 2013 season we have seen a lot of up and down performances from the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, through it all there has been one player that has been constantly good ,that player is kicker Shaun Suisham . Continue reading Shaun Suisham Mr. Consistency
Steeler Nation, the Pittsburgh Steelers have now finished up the 2013 preseason losing the final game 25-10 to the Carolina Panthers. The Steelers starters played little to none with quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Bruce Gradkowski seeing no playing time.
Lets take a look at the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the game….
Location: Landover Md.; Stadium: FedEx Field (85,000); Weather: 73 degrees and mostly cloudy; Kickoff: 8 P.M. ET; TV Coverage: ESPN; Announcers: Mike Tirico (play-by-play), John Gruden (color analyst), Lisa Salters (sideline); Coaches: Mike Tomlin (Steelers) vs. Mike Shanahan (Redskins) Continue reading Pre-Game Warm Up: Steelers vs. Redskins Preseason Week 2
Steeler Nation , the first pre-season game is now in the books. The Steelers fell to the New York Giants 18-13 in a sloppy mistake filled game. On the bright side it was only the first pre-season game. Mistakes are expected, but let’s hope this is not a sign of things to come.
Probably the most disappointing part of the night was rookie running back Le’Veon Bell not playing because of a sore knee. We will have to wait at least another week for Bell’s much anticipated debut.
The Steelers starting offense had its moments . Ben Roethlisberger(4-8 for 36 yds) and Emmanuel Sanders(3-27 yds) continued to show good chemistry. The Steelers did establish the run in the first half and it unexpectedly came from new running back Larod Stephens-Howling
Steeler Nation ,training camp began July 26th and in that short time we have gained some answers to questions we had before camp began. Here is a look at some things we have learned so far… Continue reading What We Have Learned at Camp So Far
Steeler Nation, it seems like forever since the Steelers have had an above average punter. Whether its the hard luck story of former often injured punter Daniel Sepulveda, or the hold your breath and hope for the best season of Paul Ernster and Mitch Berger. The Steelers have not had much luck finding an above average punter that can be a difference maker on special teams.
In the last 5 seasons the Steelers punting game has finished no higher than 17th in the league. (18th 2012) (28th 2011) ( 17th 2010) (22nd 2009) (19th 2008) Continue reading Steelers Punting Must Improve