Pittsburgh
Steelers
Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, PA


TEAM PERFORMANCE
  PPG PPG
AGAINST
TOTAL
OFFENSE
PASSING
OFFENSE
RUSHING
OFFENSE
TOTAL
DEFENSE
PASSING
DEFENSE
RUSHING
DEFENSE
Pittsburgh
Steelers
30.4
(1st)
7.9
(3rd)
290.7
(5th)
173.3
(4th)
117.4
(7th)
217.9
(12nd)
119.9
(10th)
98
(13rd)

STANDINGS - ELITE SOUTH


TEAM W L T PCT PF PA NET HOME ROAD DIV PCT CONF PCT NON-
CONF
STREAK L5
Pittsburgh
Steelers
7 0 0 1.000 213 55 158 7-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 1.000 5-0-0 1.000 2-0-0 W7 5-0
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
1 0 0 1.000 23 0 23 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0.000 1-0-0 1.000 0-0-0 W1 1-0
Minnesota
Vikings
2 3 0 0.400 101 109 -8 0-0-0 2-3-0 0-1-0 0.000 2-2-0 1.000 0-1-0 W1 2-3
New England
Patriots
0 6 0 0.000 78 205 -127 0-6-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0.000 0-4-0 0.000 0-2-0 L1 0-5



Artie Burns with the interception; Burns finished with 2 tackles, 3 interceptions and 1 deflection


Pittsburgh hosted Elite South division foe New York Giants (1-4) in week 6 come into the game after a solid Defense outing against the Miami Dolphins the previous week. This would be the 1st time these two coaches met up this version, so we did not know what to expect coming into the game.


The Steelers started the game receiving the ball first and did not disappoint with their 1st drive. Roethlisberger marched the offense down to the 3-yd line, then took it upon himself to take it in for the score. He fought every urge not to go with his 1st instinct and let the ball fly a few times, 7-0 New York put together a drive of their own tying the game up 7-7 after an Beckham Jr TD reception.

From there Pittsburgh started taking advantage of some misreads from Eli Manning with rookie CB Artie Burns picking off the 1st of his 3 total in the game. The Steelers capitalized with a touchdown pass to Martavis Bryant making it 14-7. From there the Steelers continued to play solid Defense and added another touchdown later in the game to put it away.

Players of the Game

Antonio Brown: 3 receptions, 87, 1 touchdown
Le'Veon Bell: 122 total yards from scrimmage on 18 touches

Artie Burns: 2 tackles, 3 interceptions, deflection
Javon Hargrave: 6 tackles, 2 tfl's, 2 sacks


GG Dolphan, good luck rest of the season and see you later in season.

LAST MODIFIED: Thursday December 15th, 2016 - 3:23 PM



Le'Veon Bell on his way to a 55-yd touchdown run; He finished with 157 yards on 12 carries, with 2 scores.

Pittsburgh (1-0) hosted the Jaguars (1-0) in an early Elite South division match up.

The Steelers added 2 touchdowns by Le'Veon Bell both going for 50+ yards. The Jaguars added 13 points themselves in the 1st half which left a score of 14-13. This game had all the makings of what was going to be a close game.

Pittsburgh used the 2nd half playing some solid defense getting 2 inteceptions, 1 of which went 96 yards for a TD. They also kept the Jaguars off the board in the 2nd half. Roethlisberger also was able to connect for two 45+ touchdown throws to put the game out of reach with a 21 point 4th quarter.

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Players of the Game

Le'Veon Bell: 12 carries, 157 yards, 2 touchdowns

Ross Cockrell: 5 tackles, 2 inteceptions


GG DMS, good to have you part of the league. See you again later in season.

Next up the Steelers take on the Raiders

LAST MODIFIED: Saturday November 12th, 2016 - 9:34 PM


(Arthur Moats with the late sack fumble; Moats finished with 5 tackles and 2 sacks)

Pittsburgh opened it's title defense against hosting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Same team and coach played in the Elite Conference championship game.

Pittsburgh got on board first after Roethlisberger found Le'Veon Bell over the middle for the touchdown. K Chris Boswell would rush the kick missing the XP. Something he assured the team would not be an issue going forward. The Steelers took a 6-0 lead into halftime.

After the half Tampa added a touchdown of their own on a 43-yd shifty run from Doug Martin, 7-6. From there Pittsburgh would add 12 points to take the lead. Not without drama, as one redzone trip Roethlisberger lost the football on the 9-yd line after a sack. The Defense stood strong throughout 2nd half forcing 3 turnovers to seal the game

Coaches thought the game felt sloppy, but happy to get out of the stadium with a W. Definitely some things to work on.


Players of the Game

Ben Roethlisberger: 14-19, 309 yards, 2 touchdowns, 0 interceptions

Arthur Moats: 5 tackles, 2 sacks & 1 forced fumble


GG Taz, good luck rest of season.
Next the Steelers host the Jaguars in a division game.

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday October 30th, 2016 - 12:03 PM
Steelers air it out in win


Ben Roethlisberger on a TD pass to Brown; He went 16-21, 363 yards, 5 touchdowns & 1 INT

Pittsburgh hosted the Indianapolis Colts led by Coach GFunk in Week 3. This would be the first time these two coaches met.

Indy would get on board first with a nice drive that featured two successful 3rd and long pick ups. The 2nd resulted in a touchdown on the screen pass. 7-0 Colts. Pittsburgh answered right back in under 2 minutes with a 45 yard Martavis Bryant touchdown to tie. An interception on the Colts next drive, resulted in a Pittsburgh touchdown the very next play after, 14-7

Pittsburgh added another 10 points in the 2nd quarter, ending the half with an 80-yd drive in 26 seconds making it 24-7.

The Steelers would put the game away scoring twice more in the 2nd half.

Players of the Game

Ben Roethlisberger: 16-21, 363 yards, 5 touchdowns & 1 interception

Shamarko Thomas: 12 tackles, 4 for loss, 1 sack.


Next up for the Steelers a division matchup with the Chiefs


GG GFunk, good luck rest of the season





LAST MODIFIED: Monday April 4th, 2016 - 11:50 AM
steelers keep Bucs at bay

Antonio Brown on a 48-yd touchdown; He finished with 76 yards on 3 catches and 1 score

The Steelers hosted division rival Tampa Bay in Week 2. These teams had a close game in Season 21's Elite Conference Championship.

Pittsburgh quickly got on board first after getting a short field with a Lawrance Timmons interception. Then Le'Veon Bell taking an 8-yd run in. 5 minutes later the Steelers would add another score early in the 2nd quarter on a 3-yd pass to Martavis Bryant, 14-0. Tampa added a FG before the half to make it 14-3.

In the 2nd half Pittsburgh added another 14 points in the 3rd quarter to further the lead. Late in the 4th quarter the Bucs added a score on 4th and 14 from the 41-yd line to make it 28-10. Pittsburgh kneeled the rest of the game out.


Players of the Game

Ben Roethlisberger: 17-22, 282 yards, 2 touchdowns & 1 interception

Lawrence Timmons: 5 tackles, 1 interception, 1 deflection


GG Taz, see you again later in the season






LAST MODIFIED: Tuesday March 29th, 2016 - 4:47 PM
Pre-Season

Regular Season
1 16 Steelers
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7 - 0 AT 4 - 2 Jaguars
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14
2 35 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 2 - 3 Vikings
Ellipses
7
3 27 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 4 - 1 Seahawks
Scarface
14
4 0 49ers
gpoo_dilly
2 - 4 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
30
5 31 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 4 - 2 Cowboys
jdub12280
7
6 7 Patriots
relentless1288
0 - 6 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
36
7 6 Cardinals
Clockworkman
1 - 4 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
38
8 Buccaneers
Heisman1481
1 - 0 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
9 Raiders
DocZulu
3 - 1 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
10 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
DMcSchlabb78
11 Eagles
DA HEATER (aka Phillytwn)
3 - 3 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
12 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 1 - 0 Buccaneers
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13 Titans
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3 - 4 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
14 Vikings
Ellipses
2 - 3 AT 7 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
15 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 4 - 2 Texans
MmWhYsOoOsErIoUs
16 Steelers
Skipwondah
7 - 0 AT 0 - 6 Patriots
relentless1288

Post Season

Roster
# IMAGE NAME
DB 0 Will
Allen
WR 0 Brelan
Chancellor
DB 0 Jordan
Dangerfield
RB 0 Knile
Davis
DB 0 Kevin
Fogg
DB 0 Justin
Gilbert
QB 0 Bruce
Gradkowski
TE 0 Ladarius
Green
TE 0 David
Johnson
DL 0 Ricardo
Mathews
QB 0 Zach
Mettenberger
DL 0 Roy
Philon
QB 0 Bryn
Renner
DB 0 Devin
Smith
DB 0 Daimion
Stafford
DB 0 Jordan
Sullen
DB 0 Ross
Ventrone
DB 0 Ian
Wild
RB 0 DeAngelo
Williams
LB 0 Jordan
Zumwalt
WR 0 Issac
Blakeney
RB 0 Jawon
Chisholm
DL 0 Nigel
Crawford
WR 0 Kenzel
Doe
DB 0 Montell
Garner
DB 0 Senquez
Golson
DB 0 Jacob
Hagen
RB 0 Gus
Johnson
K 0 Ty
Long
WR 0 Shakim
Phillips
DL 0 Bradon
Prate
LB 0 Jermauria
Rasco
LB 0 Shaquille
Riddick
DB 0 JaCorey
Shepherd
RB 0 Dreamius
Smith
DB 0 Ray
Vinopal
DB 0 Kevin
White
RB 0 Karlos
Williams
LB 0 Kevin
Anderson
LB 0 Akil
Blount
LB 0 Jason
Fanaika
DL 0 Johnny
Maxey
LB 0 Tyriq
McCord
DB 0 Antonio
Crawford
TE 0 Jake
Phillips
TE 0 Jay
Rome
DB 0 Julian
Whigham
DL 0 Christian
Brown
LB 0 Matt
Galambos
0 Austin
Gearing
DB 0 Malik
Golden
QB 0 Bart
Houston
DL 0 Francis
Kallon
LB 0 Keith
Kelsey
TE 0 Phazahn
Odom
QB 0 Nick
Schuessler
RB 0 Rushel
Shell
DB 0 Justin
Thomas
DB 0 Terrish
Webb
QB 3 Landry
Jones
QB 5 Joshua
Dobbs
QB 7 Ben
Roethlisberger
K 9 Chris
Boswell
WR 10 Martavis
Bryant
WR 11 Justin
Hunter
WR 16 Marcus
Tucker
WR 17 Eli
Rogers
WR 19 JuJu
Smith-Schuster
DB 20 Robert
Golden
DB 20 Cameron
Sutton
DB 21 Joe
Haden
DB 22 William
Gay
DB 23 Mike
Mitchell
DB 24 Coty
Sensabaugh
DB 25 Artie
Burns
RB 26 Le'Veon
Bell
DB 27 J.J.
Wilcox
DB 28 Cortez
Allen
DB 28 Sean
Davis
DB 29 Brian
Allen
RB 30 James
Conner
DB 31 Mike
Hilton
RB 33 Fitzgerald
Toussaint
DB 38 Greg
Ducre
DB 38 Dashaun
Phillips
RB 39 Terrell
Watson
RB 39 Brandon
Johnson
LB 41 Farrington
Huguenin
LB 44 Tyler
Matakevich
RB 45 Roosevelt
Nix-Jones
LB 48 Bud
Dupree
LB 50 Ryan
Shazier
LB 54 L.J.
Fort
LB 55 Arthur
Moats
LB 56 Anthony
Chickillo
DL 65 Lavon
Hooks
DL 79 Javon
Hargrave
TE 81 Jesse
James
WR 84 Antonio
Brown
TE 84 Jake
McGee
TE 85 Xavier
Grimble
WR 88 Darrius
Heyward-Bey
TE 89 Vance
McDonald
LB 90 T.J.
Watt
DL 91 Stephon
Tuitt
LB 92 James
Harrison
DL 93 Dan
McCullers-Sanders
DL 94 Tyson
Alualu
DL 96 L.T.
Walton
DL 97 Cameron
Heyward
LB 98 Vince
Williams
LB 99 Keion
Adams


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