NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp, never one to bite his tongue, wasn’t shy about sharing his thoughts on the reaction from James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley over what’s now known as the “Steelers rule.”
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The Steelers went on a 12-play drive and only got three points. To me that is not good. You have to come up with more than three points.
Posted: Sunday, February 6th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Super Bowl XLV, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Charles Woodson, Craig Ellenport, Dave Dameshek, Desmond Howard, Gil Brandt, Hugh Jackman, James Harrison, LaMarr Woodley, Marcus Allen, Mike Wallace
We made it to the press box, and we are ready to start the game. But in the meantime, we kick around our picks for Super Bowl MVP. Come on in and make your own.
The Steelers have the most Super Bowl championships of any franchise and, not surprisingly, some of the most iconic moments in the history of the game.
Deion Sanders counts down his top 10 performers of the divisional round of the playoffs, with Mark Sanchez, James Harrison and Aaron Rodgers finishing at the top of his list.
Joe Flacco says he doesn’t fault the oft-fined James Harrison of the Steelers for his aggressive style of play that has led to $125,000 in fines this season.
Posted: Thursday, November 18th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Bryan McCann, Eli Manning, Felix Jones, Four Downs, Hakeem Nicks, Jamaal Charles, James Harrison, Jared Veldheer, Jason Garrett, Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassell, Oakland Raiders, the Pistol, Thomas Jones
I’ve emerged from a couple of days in the film room, and wanted to share four items that caught my attention as I went back and watched each of the games from Week 10.
NFL Network analysts Jim Mora, Mike Mayock, Solomon Wilcots and Charles Davis discussed whether the league handled Tuesday’s fines for helmet-to-helmet hits correctly.
Posted: Sunday, October 17th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Cleveland Browns, Colt McCoy, Frank Tadych, Jake Delhomme, James Harrison, Joshua Cribbs, Mohamed Massaquoi, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seneca Wallace, Week 6 injuries 2010
Anyone wearing white and taking snaps Sunday in Pittsburgh is taking plenty of hits. One of them — WR/Wildcat QB Joshua Cribbs — won’t return to the game after suffering a head injury.
While Eric Mangini is leaning toward starting rookie QB Colt McCoy this weekend in Pittsburgh, the Steelers are expecting to see a heavy dose of Joshua Cribbs taking snaps in the Flash package.
Traditionally, 6-foot-3 is considered the prototypical height for a standout defensive end/outside linebacker. But the times could be changing. Steelers director of football operations Kevin Colbert said there is a place for shorter players on the edge.
Ravens S Ed Reed (groin) and OT Jared Gaither (foot) are inactive for Sunday’s game at Pittsburgh.
Steelers LB James Harrison, a former NFL Defensive Player of the Year, will face the Ravens in a huge game Sunday, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Ben Roethlisberger’s sack altered field position and changed the early tenor of the game.