1. Pittsburgh Steelers Have Two Games in Five Days: How Do They Win Both?

    The Pittsburgh Steelers have been given the difficult task of playing two games over the span of five days. This can be a daunting task for any team, especially one riddled with injuries...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 1,040 reads 4 comments

  2. Mewelde Moore Could Put Willie Parker Out of a Job

    "Fast" Willie Parker is exactly what his nickname states: fast. He has been to the Pro Bowl twice in his four-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers and has the record for the longest run in Super Bowl history of 75 yards...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 1,450 reads 17 comments

  3. What Happened To The Once All-Powerful AFC?

    Remember the old AFC, when it was by far the more dominant conference in football? It seems like it was just last year that Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and LT were passing and running all over teams in the NFC...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 384 reads 2 comments

  4. Is Too Much Being Done to Protect Quarterbacks?

    A few weeks ago, I wrote an article concerning the NFL and how much it cares about player safety. In that article, I wrote that the NFL does not care and just thinks about money...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 833 reads 8 comments

  5. Disappointment In Pittsburgh: Reasons For Steelers' Loss vs. New York Giants

    As I sat in awe of the Pittsburgh Steelers horrible showing Sunday against the Giants, I realized how many things did not go in our favor throughout the whole game and week leading up to it...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 1,097 reads 45 comments

  6. Suggs The Bounty Hunter: The Issue Of Targeting Players In The NFL

    There are certain players in the NFL that others around the league want to get a hit on. One of these players is Hines Ward, one of the toughest to play the game...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 450 reads 1 comments

  7. Is the NFL in London Really a Good Idea?

    This coming Sunday, the San Diego Chargers and the New Orleans Saints will be playing a regular-season game at Wembley Stadium in London, England. Some think this will be good for the league...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 321 reads 16 comments

  8. Does The NFL Really Care About Players' Safety?

    The NFL has always been a game full big hits and big plays. Big hits are constantly seen on youtube and Sportscenter...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 1,309 reads 35 comments

  9. Plan B: Breaking Down The Backup Quarterback

    I don't think anyone that is a fan of football at any level wants their team's backup quarterback to start or even come into a game at all. They are usually young and don't have much experience and are unfamiliar with the offense...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 327 reads 2 comments

  10. Long Road To The Playoffs: Pittsburgh's Schedule Toughens Up After Their Bye

    This Sunday there will sadly be no game played by the Steelers. It is their bye and is a much needed week off. Their massive amount of injuries have held them back, but they still have found ...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 252 reads 6 comments

  11. Trouble Up Front: The Pittsburgh Steelers Have Big Offensive Line Issues

    The Pittsburgh Steelers have been playing good of late increasing their record to 4-1 after their close win against the Jaguars. They are atop the surprisingly disappointing AFC North and look to be on pace for a playoff season once again...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 328 reads 5 comments

  12. Home Away From Home: Steelers Get It Done In Jacksonville

    The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Jacksonville Jaguars played each other on Sunday Night Football. The game comes after a slew of injuries to the Steelers starting lineup...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 291 reads 8 comments

  13. New York Mets' Jerry Manuel Agrees To Return As Manager

    For the second straight year, the New York Mets were eliminated from playoff contention on the last game of the season. Last year it happened with Willie Randolph at the helm. This year Jerry Manuel was skipper when it happened...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 684 reads 2 comments

  14. The Perfect Combination: How The Tennessee Titans Are Still Undefeated

    Probably one of the biggest surprises of the NFL season so far is that the Tennessee Titans are still undefeated. They are 4-0 for the first time in franchise history. That's not just Titans history, that's even through the Houston Oilers history...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 269 reads 2 comments

  15. Quick Predict: Who Will Win In Week Five

    Wow, it's already week five of the NFL season. This season has already had its fair share of surprises, Tom Brady done for season, Miami beat New England in a blowout, both the Titans and the Bills are still undefeated, and Dallas is not...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  16. Licking Wounds: The Steelers Are One Banged Up Team

    On Monday Night Football, the Steelers and the Ravens played one of the most physical games I have ever witnessed, in person or in TV. The cart at Heinz Field must have had to fill up on gas at least once from the constant trips on and off the field...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 127 reads 0 comments

  17. Steelers Cut It Close In a Tough Win Against The Soaring Ravens

    When the Steelers and the ravens play it is almost always a very physical contest. With two of the best defenses in the NFL, you know it's going to be a low scoring affair. And yesterday's Monday Night Football match up was no different...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 164 reads 0 comments

  18. Hines Ward Is The Definition Of Tough

    For any youngster, Hines Ward should be the player they model themselves after. He's extremely tough, for one, he's smart, and he's great at what he does.He is constantly seen smiling and never seems to be upset about anything...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  19. Clutch Pitching From CC In Brewers Playoff Berth & From Santana In Mets Debacle

    Everyone in the baseball world knows about the Mets debacle and the playoff berth that sprung from it. Since the Mets lost to the Marlins, the Brewers are benefiting and are in the playoffs...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  20. Richard Collier Paralyzed After Shooting

    As some of you may know, the Jaguars backup offensive lineman Richard Collier was shot outside of an apartment building while sitting in a car with a former teammate...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  21. DeSean Jackson Is Tremendous Athlete for Philadelphia Eagles

    In his days at Cal, DeSean Jackson was known more for his kick returning abilities than his wide receiver abilities. So far this season he has started to change the way people look at his talents...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 390 reads 3 comments

  22. Divisions To Watch Outside Of The NFC East

    Many experts have been saying for weeks now that the NFC East is the best division in football. They've got the Eagles, the Skins, the Cowboys, and the defending super bowl champion New York Giants...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 232 reads 0 comments

  23. Should The NFL Allow Players To Be Reinstated?

    We all know of the media debacle that was Brett Favre and his return form retirement yet again.The speculation, the waiting, the reinstatement. It all got annoying after a while...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 367 reads 5 comments

  24. The Burgh Ready For Ravens D?

    Last week's loss to the Eagles was a result of the Steelers' offensive line breaking down. It was not only the Steelers' line, but the Eagles' fast defensive line. The Steelers are not really used to a defense as quick as the Philadelphia Eagles...

    Eddie Rossell Written by Eddie Rossell about 6 years ago 117 reads 0 comments