1. Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl-Bound: Here We Go, Steelers, Here We Go

    Cheer the Steelers, the Black and the Gold rang out across the Steeler Nation as the Lamar Hunt trophy was presented to Dan Rooney and the Pittsburgh Steelers after their 23-14 victory over Baltimore in the AFC Championship...

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  2. Roberto Clemente: Baseball's Last Hero

    As a foreword to writing this article, I would like to thank David Maraniss, author of "Clemente: The Passion and Grace of Baseball's Last Hero." Maraniss' biography provided insight to the last hero to grace the game...

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  3. Hopes Suddenly Drain: Will Ben Roethlisberger Be Ready?

    Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took his last fall of the regular season, knocking him out for the game...

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  4. Steelers-Browns: A Perfect Game...Almost

    Pittsburgh, PA - In what was essentially a practice game for the Pittsburgh Steelers, with nothing to lose but Romeo Crennel's job, they put an exclamation point on the season with a 31-0 victory over the Cleveland Browns...

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  5. Into the Wild: Steelers Rookie Dennis Dixon To Try Wildcat Offense

    At practice this week at the Pittsburgh Steelers' facility, rookie quarterback Dennis Dixon put on a display of the Wildcat offense with the scout team. Dixon, a running quarterback at the University of Oregon, has experience in the Wildcat-esque offense.

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  6. Terrible Turnout in Tennessee: Titans Disgrace Steelers' Tradition

    Watching the defeat of the Steelers on Sunday was bad enough. Seeing the last-second interception returned for a meaningless touchdown hurt worse...

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  7. Blown Out Of Proportion: Steelers' Loss Over-Dramatized

    After turning off the television on a depressing Sunday afternoon due to a Pittsburgh Steeler loss, I went on with my day, never expecting the whole NFL community to react to the game the way it has...

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  8. Headed to Hawaii: Steelers Send Three to ProBowl

    The regular season is a test for all NFL players to constantly perform to the highest level where they are then rewarded with a ProBowl selection to play in February in Hawaii...

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  9. Make It Five: Steelers Clinch Fifth Division Title of Decade

    The drive for five this decade has been a long, hard fought road, accentuated by this season—five titles in eight years...

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  10. Patriot Pests: The Pittsburgh Steeler Killers

    At one time in my life, a confusing time, when a man known as Kordell Stewart was quarterbacking the Pittsburgh Steelers, I was in search of an idol. Stewart was no where near that, despite my loyalty to the Black and Gold...

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  11. Return of the Steel Curtain: Pittsburgh's No. 1 Defense Makes a Statement

    The 1970s keyed the Steelers' defense as the "Steel Curtain;" the unstoppable, immovable defensive unit that dominated the NFL throughout the '70s. In today's NFL, shades of the "Steel Curtain" have shown themselves, almost bringing back that of the '70s.

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  12. Steelers-Chargers: Steelers' Defense Holds Up, Reed Comes in Clutch

    Pittsburgh, PA. - Snow flurries welcomed the West Coast's San Diego Chargers to a cold Heinz Field. Temperature were around 30 degrees the whole game, but the Steelers came out hot, ...

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  13. Pittsburgh Steelers' Seven Keys To Skin the 'Skins

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are at the top of their division, the AFC North, with a 5-2 record. The Steelers are just coming off a devastating loss to the defending world champions New ...

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  14. Steelers-Giants: Injuries Catch Up with the Steelers

    Pittsburgh, PA-How many red-zone stands can a defense make? The Pittsburgh Steelers' defense held up the Giants' powerful offense the entire game—four times from inside the 10-yard line, and even on a 3rd-and-goal and 4th-and-goal...

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  15. My 16 Years Of Agony: Why Pirates, Why?

    It was October 14, 1992. The Pirates led the Braves in the bottom of the ninth 2-0. Doug Drabek had just finished an amazing shutout performance that looked like another World Series ...

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  16. LT's Affliction: Chicken Noodle Soup and Commercial Success

    Yes, I know you might think this is a stretch, or you might think this is silly, but legitimate evidence proves that some endorsements might actually reduce the productivity of a player; and no this isn't the same as the Madden Curse, but similar...

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  17. Steelers-Bengals: Welcome to the Jungle

    Cincinnati, OH-It was all fun and games for the Steelers as they came in unbeaten in Paul Brown Stadium since 2001...

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  18. Steelers - Bengals: Week 7 Matchup

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off a BYE week rested and healed. Willie Parker is healthy along with Casey Hampton, Carrie Davis, and Brett Keisel...

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  19. Steeler Nation: The Story of the Fans

    A sea of terrible towels waved and a loud cheer erupted from the stands as the Pittsburgh Steelers took the field in Detroit, Michigan for Super Bowl XL...

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  20. Steelers-Jaguars: Pittsburgh Leaves Last Year Behind, Wins in Jacksonville

    Jacksonville, FL—Coming off a season of dropping two games at home to the Jaguars, both of which were come-from-behind victories, the Pittsburgh Steelers came away victorious 26-21 in a sea of terrible towels in the home of the Jaguars...

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  21. Bitter Sweet Victory From the Burgh

    The Steelers came out Monday night a beat up team from the previous week. With the nagging shoulder and hand of Ben Roethlisberger and the sprained knee of Willie Parker, the offense has been almost virtually shut down...

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  22. Steel Curtain Welcomes Joe Flacco Back to Heinz Field

    The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens both knew this game was going to be physical and drawn out, driven by defense, not like the Monday Night Football game from last year when ...

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  23. Men of Steel Return For What's Rightfully Theirs

    The Pittsburgh Steelers return as the defending AFC North champs marking the 4th time the team has secured it this decade. The division is a weak one and will most definitely have one of the two wildcard teams being either the Steelers or Browns...

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  24. Buccos Strike Gold: Pittsburgh's Treasure Hunt Pays Off

    Yesterday afternoon with seconds to go until the trade deadline, the Pittsburgh Pirates made a risky move trading away their slugger, Jason Bay, as part of a three team trade including Pittsburgh, Boston, and the LA Dodgers...

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  25. Pittsburgh should Try To "Pirate" Goods On the Black Market

    As the All-Star break fast approaches, so does the looming shadow of a the 16th consecutive season without a playoff hope for the Pittsburgh Pirates; a streak that first baseman Adam LaRoche said would not continue to haunt the Pirates this season...

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