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Tag: Pittsburgh Steelers

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Cory's Corner: PEDs vs. the public trust

Cory's Corner: PEDs vs. the public trust

So now we all know Al Jazeera America right?

3 Keys for the NFL Divisional Round of the Playoffs

3 Keys for the NFL Divisional Round of the Playoffs

Garda has the keys to each of the three Divisional Playoff games not involving the Packers as we head ever closer to the Super Bowl.

Keys to watch for the (not-Packers Related) Wild Card games

Keys to watch for the (not-Packers Related) Wild Card games

Garda has a key for you to watch each game not involving the Packers on Wild Card weeked.

3 Games to Watch - Week 17

3 Games to Watch - Week 17

Once more unto the breach, dear friends. Garda is back with some appetizers to whet your whistle before the main course Sunday night.

Three Games to Watch, Week 14

Three Games to Watch, Week 14

Wondering what to do with time spent not watching the Packers? Need a reason to flip channels during commercials? Andrew Garda is here with three games worth keeping an eye on this Sunday.

Three Games to Watch, Week 8

Three Games to Watch, Week 8

The sinfgle best game of the weekend - or the one with the most meaning and potentially the most excitement - happens to be one this site will...

Grading The Packers Rookies: Week 2 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Grading The Packers Rookies: Week 2 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

How did the Packers rookies fare against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2nd preseason game?

Can Barclay Play Left Tackle? and other questions to be answered today vs Steelers

Can Barclay Play Left Tackle? and other questions to be answered today vs Steelers

Want to stay awake during today's Packers vs. Steelers exhibition game? Then keep an eye out for these 5 things.

Packers vs. Steelers: CHTV GameDay LIVE Blog

Packers vs. Steelers: CHTV GameDay LIVE Blog

 Follow all the latest breaking news, commentary and analysis as the Packers travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. 

From the Press Box: Wildcard Weekend and Wild Coaching Decisions

From the Press Box: Wildcard Weekend and Wild Coaching Decisions

Garda stops flaking and watching college basketball long enough to catch you up to date on his thoughts on the playoffs and the idiocy of changing successful coaches.

From the Press Box: Now with 75 Percent Less Rice News

From the Press Box: Now with 75 Percent Less Rice News

Garda is back and he's here to remind you that some good has happened in the NFL in the past week or so, despite the Ray Rice disaster.

Finley: Steelers Have Made Offer

Finley: Steelers Have Made Offer

The former Packers tight end tells USA Today that the Steelers have offered him a contract. 

Opposition Research: Pittsburgh Steelers (W15)

Opposition Research: Pittsburgh Steelers (W15)

Welcome to another edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the next Packers opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The Steelers are 10 months removed from a Super Bowl victory, and will be 41 days removed from a regular season victory when the Packers visit Heinz Field on Sunday afternoon.  In 1969, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross introduced a model mapping the stages of human grief.  The discrete five-stage model, which shows the transition from denial to acceptance, may shed some light on how the Steelers are approaching this Week 15 match-up.

6 Ravens Questions for the AFC North Guru

6 Ravens Questions for the AFC North Guru

Knowing as little about the AFC as I do, I checked in earlier this week with a friend of mine, Aviel, who is as hardcore a fan of the Steelers as I am of the Packers. More so, in fact, since she went to the 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers Women's Training Camp (dear Packers, please have one of these).  I expect that I'll pick her brain when the Steelers-Packers game approaches, but this week, she offered an AFC North insider's look at the Baltimore Ravens.

Defense Injuries: Another One Bites The Dust

Defense Injuries: Another One Bites The Dust

There's only been one regular season game, and already, the rolls of players lost for the 2009 season are already filling up.  We've been hearing all week that the marquee matchup between the Bears and Steelers is marred by significant injuries to All-Pro S Troy Polamalu (lost for 6 weeks) and LB Brian Urlacher (lost for season).  The standard doomsday questions abound:  are the Steelers in danger of losing their spot atop the AFC North? (If they are, it's not because of this.)  Will this mean the Bears and Jay Cutler will run wild? (Highly unlikely.)  With Urlacher out, are the Bears still Super Bowl contenders? (No, Peter King, but they never really were.)  Will the Bears' misery ever end?  (Oh, I hope not.) Well, now there's news coming out of San Diego today that Chargers DT Jamal Williams has been placed on injured reserve with a triceps injury. Like the Packers, the Chargers run a 3-4 defensive scheme, and an injury to the big man in the middle is going to put the Chargers in an even tougher spot than they already were going into this week's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

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"The Bears still suck!"
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."
"A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall. "