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Winning the One-on-One

While i prepped for the “Mile-High Match-up” in Denver and watched some tape of the Broncos offensive line, i came away with the feeling that the Denver Broncos OT Ryan Clady would not be able to block James Harrison consistently mano-y-mano in passing situations…

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The One You Gott’a Have

There are four guys that have a chance to play this weekend after sitting out last week versus the Rams. Maurkice Pouncey, Ben Roethlisberger, Lamar Woodley and Manny Sanders. If i had a choice to select just one of those guys that i thought…

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Hope in Action

Would you have pulled Ben out of the fire when it was a three-score game in’Frisco? This was the question posed to me while on air and a subject worthy of some thought and discussion. My answer is a simple no. Not if he…

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Huddle Tempo

In and out of the huddle is a term i heard from Steelers head coach Chuck Noll time and again. Increase the tempo, pick up the pace or just flat out “Move it!” are other short quips i’ve heard used to describe the importance…

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Here We Go Again

After viewing the James Harrison hit on Colt McCoy in live time from the sidelines, the first thought i had was “Here we go again.” And i’m convinced that i’m right. James will hear from the Commish, no doubt and to no one’s suprise….

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Ndamukong Suh

Okay, let’s get it out there first of all. Suh was wrong when he kicked Evan Dietrich-Smith of the Packers after getting tangled up with him on the ground. No problem. And he didn’t help himself by trying to explain his actions away after…

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Changing of the Guard

The Steelers made a change today. In keeping with Mike Tomlin’s “No sacred cows” theme, and the fact that “The standard is the standard,” Doug Legursky steps up to the left guard spot in place of Chris Kemoeatu. Big Juicy says he’s well, that…

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Saddling Up with William Gay

A coup’la few years ago Steelers cornerback William Gay had a rough ride. After taking over for Bryant McFadden who departed for Arizona, William became the starter and quickly learned the ups and downs of being a “1-16” guy (starter throughout the season). Part…

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Hines Ward and Father Time

The addition of Jerrich Cotchery this past off-season was looked upon as an insurance move to replace the aging Antwaan Randle El. A hamstring injury shelved Jerricho for the first three games. While Hines Ward tweaked an ankle and got doinked in the second…

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