Craig Wolfley Pittsburgh Steelers Podcast | Motivational Speaker | Tunch and Wolf | Pittsburgh Podcast Network - Part 20
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The Buff Bills had about 5 chances to win the game in regulation and OT. Sometimes the breaks go your way and it becomes your day. Wow! Such is the case for the Steelers yesterday. A tale of two half’s. The only way to explain the Steelers leaving Buffalo with a win is ‘Angels in the Astro Turf’ Enjoy the post game wrap-up podcast.

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    Returning to Buffalo

    On November 26, 2010 By

    I am an original “Buffalonian.”

    Born and raised 2.4 miles from Ralph Wilson stadium in Orchard Park, NY.

    During my career with the Steelers, we played in Buffalo several times. On one notable occasion prior to the game i had a conversation during the week with my line coach, the “Big Kahuna” Ron Blackledge. We [...]

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      I’m a little fuzzy on the NFL math. Let’s see…James Harrison gets banged for $5,000 for uprooting Vince Young. Then it jumps to $75,000 for hitting Massaquoi in the course of a play. For, I believe it was called, being a repeat offender. The fact that James says he tries to hurt guys supposedly factored [...]

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      The Steelers hammered the Raiders in and old school rough and tough penalty fest or as Gene Collier called it a ‘Flag-a-palooza.’ Speaking of hammered today we welcome to the wolf pack studios at talent network David ‘The Hammer’ Todd who is representing two local sports and Steelers fan sites. ‘The Hammer Speaks’ and ‘Steelers Depot’.

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        Tailspin

        On November 18, 2010 By

        For the fourth year in a row, Mike Tomlin’s Steelers were poised at 6-2 mid-season. For the second year in a row and third time in four years, Tomlin’s Steelers have lost the 9th game of their 16-game season.  In comparison, Bill Cowher’s Steelers lost the 9th game five times in 15 years. (I had a lot of time on [...]

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          Jeff Reed

          On November 16, 2010 By

          The natural “Circle of Life” in the NFL is brief. When i retired after the ’91 season the average career length at that time was 3.2 years. It’s not much different today. Though i played 12 years, it seems now in the rearview mirror as a time that went all too fast.

          Before Sunday night’s game [...]

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          Coach Tomlin referred to the Patriots as a scalded unit coming into Heinz Field. Now, the Steelers are the scalded unit that the Raiders will face next Sunday at the big ketchup bottle after the Patriots marched in to town with a chip on their shoulder and lots of bullets in the rifle. The rifle being one Tom Brady who now hold a 6-1 record against the steelers. Today we talk about all that went wrong, the mounting injuries and what the future holds.

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          We talked last week about bonehead Antonio Margarito and his camp mocking and poking the tiger that is Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach. Margarito paid the price Saturday night in front to almost 50,000 fans in Jerry World. Today we break down tne dominance of the happy go lucky singing political pac man.

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          We jump off football topic today to talk boxing and in particular about the upcoming Antonio Margarito vs. Manny Pacquiao junior middleweight title bout that will take place at Cowboys Stadium this Saturday. It is very sad the boneheadedness coming out of the Margarito camp.

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            The Steelers found out today that they would lose the services of their left tackle Max Starks for the rest of the season. Max sustained a double whammy against the Bengals when he got a jolt of lightning down both arms. I talked to Max in the post-game Cincy locker room. He was concerned then, but [...]

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            The Steelers almost Bungled against the Bengals but the defense held up again under the threat of a late comeback. The Steelers are concussed but the win is big and home cooking is on the table as the Patriots come marching in.

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