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The Pittsburgh Steelers are the oldest franchise in the American Football Conference (AFC), they were established 82 years ago in 1933 this NFL franchise is one of the most successful in the league.  In total they have 6 Super Bowl championships, 6 league championships, 8 conference championships, 21 division championships and have 21 playoff appearances.  The Pittsburgh Steelers are owned by the Rooney Family who are also chair and president of the franchise, General Manger is Kevin Colbert and head coach is the very well-known and well-respected, youngest coach to ever take his team to the Super Bowl, Mike Tomlin.  The Steelers have long been one of the NFL’s flagship teams and have one of the largest fan base followings in the league nicknamed Steeler Nation.  Fans and management are excited about cornerback Brandon Boykin who coach says provides “tremendous competition”, Allen was placed behind Cortez Allen at right cornerback, because Allen has more time in than Boykin.  Other players doing a superb job already are the two No. 1 draft picks at the outside linebacker position, Bud Depree and Jarvis Jones, both players are doing an outstanding job working together, communicating, and the raw talent each player possesses is mind-blowing, both players are expected to have stellar seasons if they stay on course.  Experience goes a long way especially in professional sports so coach Tomlin also says with having players like 12 year veteran QB Ben Roethlisberger and 6 year veteran WR Antonio Brown on his roster he is feeling pretty comfortable about the upcoming 2015 NFL season.  

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Steelers 27 - Bengals 17

Pittsburgh, (11-5) earned its first division title since 2010 and sixth since 2000 by sweeping the series with their division rival Bengals (10-5-1). The victory did however come at a cost as superstar running back Le’Veon Bell hyperextended his right knee in the third quarter when Bengal safety Reggie Nelson hit Bell low at the end of a 19-yard reception. Steelers’ Head Coach Mike Tomlin exchanged heated words with Nelson after the game but it is not known what was said between the two.

Turnovers proved to be a detriment to the Bengals who just couldn’t recover from three of them to pull out a win. In the loss, Andy Dalton threw for 244 yards and two touchdowns but was also intercepted two times.

Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger who was battling flu-like symptoms that caused him to miss pre-game warm-ups, managed to complete 24of 38 passes for 317 yards and two touchdowns. He did throw two interceptions, both badly overthrown passes meant for AJ Green.

Both of these teams are heading to the post season, along with their other division rival Baltimore Ravens. Cincinnati made the playoffs for the fourth straight year for the first time in franchise history. They are still looking for their post season win however and will have to do it on the road in Indianapolis on Sunday January 4th.

Pittsburgh, who has plenty of playoff experience as a franchise, will look to push for their fourth Super Bowl appearance this decade alone. For the first round, they get to stay home and face their division rival Baltimore Ravens for the third time this season. With Heinz Field jam packed with both Steelers and Ravens ticket holders, this should prove to be one fun physical matchup.



Steelers 27 - Falcons 20

The Pittsburgh Steelers held off the Atlanta Falcons 27-20 to keep pace in the AFC playoff race.

Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 360 yards, creating a career high for the season but zero touchdowns in the victory. The signal caller is determined to get Pittsburgh to the post season after they have failed to make it the past two seasons with an 8-8 record. They currently sit at 9-5 and in the fifth seeded spot.

The Falcons were scoreless after the first quarter but a Devin Hester touchdown from quarterback Matt Ryan in the second quarter, two field goals in the third and a fourth quarter Roddy White strike kept them in the ballgame until they just couldn’t get anything done in their final possession with a three and out. Ryan would finish the game with 310 yards in the air, another 27 on the ground and an interception.

Atlanta, whose record is 5-9 are still alive for postseason play due to the weak NFC South division. They head to New Orleans in Week 16 to take on the fellow NFC South Saints who are battling for a playoff spot as well. This matchup comes at a great time and should prove to be a solid battle.

Pittsburgh gets to stay at home and play the Kansas City Chiefs, another team battling for post season glory. Currently sitting in the number seven seed, the Chiefs will be looking to bring the upset in front of a home crowd of Steelers ticket buyers to keep their playoff hopes alive.


Steelers 42 - Bengals 21

The 8-5 Pittsburgh Steelers blow up in the fourth quarter to beat the Bengals 42-21 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

In a must win situation, both quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and running back Le’Veon Bell came up big securing the victory and busting the AFC North wide open. Roethlisberger threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns while Bell himself had three scores and 185 yards on the ground and an additional 50 in the air.

Meanwhile in the loss, Bengals wideout A.J. Green had a career day, totaling 224 receiving yards including an 81-yard touchdown on the final play of the third quarter that put Cincinnati ahead 21-17. Quarterback Andy Dalton threw for 302 yards and actually made Bengals history when he faked a handoff to Jeremy Hill and ran 20 yards untouched for a score, the longest touchdown run by a quarterback in Bengals history. Sadly, Dalton also fumbled while attempting another fake handoff and the momentum shifted Pittsburgh’s way and never returned to the 8-4-1 Bengals side.

If the playoffs were to begin today, both the Bengals and Steelers would be in at the fourth and fifth seeds in the AFC respectively. Cincinnati will head to Cleveland to face the 7-5 Browns in Week 15 who are fighting for a wild card spot themselves. Cleveland fans should be heading to their computers to purchase Browns’ tickets in advance of this crucial matchup. Pittsburgh will travel to Atlanta to play against a Falcons team who still has a post season shot in the weak AFC South division.


Steelers 32 - Saints 35

The New Orleans Saints snapped a three-game slide on Sunday defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 35-32 at Heinz Field.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw for five total touchdowns for the ninth time in his career and finished the game with 257 yards in the air. His favorite target of the day was Kenny Stills who caught five passes for 162 yards and a score as the Saints defeated an up and down Steelers team who now sit at 7-5.

In the loss, Steelers signal caller Ben Roethlisberger passed for 435 yards and two touchdowns but also managed to throw two interceptions. In the backfield, Le’Veon Bell excelled with 254 combined yards and a rushing touchdown but it was all for not, as the Steelers were just outplayed on the field Sunday.

Both of these teams are in the playoff conversation and will need to perform at high levels down the stretch to get there. In a weak division to say the least, the 5-7 Saints are now tied for first place in the NFC South with the Atlanta Falcons and are looking to finish strong in order to make that post season run a reality. Week 14 brings their division mate 3-8-1 Carolina Panthers who suffered a loss in Week 13 to the Minnesota Vikings.

Pittsburgh, who is currently in a three way tie at 7-5 behind the AFC Central leader Bengals, will travel to Cincinnati to face the division leaders in the hopes of knocking them out of that top spot. The clashing of the these two tough division opponents will certainly have folks clamoring for Bengals tickets in Week 14.


Steelers 27 - Titans 24

In what proved to be an exciting Monday Night matchup, the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied on the road to defeat the struggling Tennessee Titans 27-24.

The 2-8 Titans started out solid led by quarterback Zach Mettenberger and actually went into halftime leading by a score of 17-13 however could not finish the job. The blew a 24-13 lead in the fourth quarter for their fourth consecutive loss.

The Titans’ defense was however able to sack Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger five times and even intercepted a pass in the end zone. In the loss, Mettenberger threw for 263 yards and two touchdowns and fellow rookie Bishop Sankey ran one in for another score. Titan’s fans can take this one as a moral victory and look towards the future of the franchise.

Roethlisberger had never won at LG Field before so was able to check this one off his list. His 207 yards in the air and a touchdown performance was enough to get him the win but it was running back Le’Veon Bell who did all the heavy lifting. Bell finished the night with 204 rushing yards and a touchdown, and could not be stopped by the Titans defense.

The 7-3 Steelers get a week of rest and recovery in Week 12 and the Titans look to break their losing streak against a tough Philadelphia Eagles’ team at Lincoln Financial Field. Always a tough place to play for visiting teams, Tennessee fans might want to buy Titans tickets and head to Philly to give their team all the support they can muster.


Steelers 43 - Ravens 23

Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger set an NFL record in a 43-23 rout over the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night.

Under center of an offense that keeps improving week after week, Roethlisberger threw for 340 yards and six touchdowns, following up his Week 8 performance of an additional six scores. His 12 touchdown in two consecutive games breaks the mark of 11 set by Oakland’s Tom Flores in 1963 and matched by the Patriots’ Tom Brady in 2007.

Amped by a pregame speech by Hall of Fame defensive lineman Joe Greene whose No. 75 jersey was retired at halftime, the Steelers put together arguably their most complete game of the season heading to a 6-3 record sending their division rival Ravens to a record of 5-4.

The Ravens just couldn’t keep up in the second meeting of these two teams this season and the Steelers avoided a season sweep.

The penalty flags flew for Baltimore as frustration began to set in. The Ravens drew three defensive flags on one play alone in the second quarter. Terrell Suggs earned a 15-yard penalty for an ugly hit on Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount’s knees while Elvis Dumervil uncharacteristically picked up another flag two plays later for hitting Le’Veon Bell.

There is still plenty of football left to play in 2014 and it will be exciting to see how this close AFC South division shakes out.

Pittsburgh Steelers History

The Pittsburgh Steelers or as they were formerly known as Art Rooney’s Pittsburgh Pirates, were founded on July 8, 1933.  Taking the name from the baseball team of the same name which was common practice in those days (1933-1939).  The team adopted the Steeler name in the 1940 season and have no plans of changing it anytime soon.  The ownership of the Steelers has never changed hands out of the Rooney family.  Today Art Rooney II, grandson of Art Rooney, has control of the franchise. General Manager is Kevin Colbert and Head Coach is Mike Tomlin.   

The Steelers are the oldest franchise in the AFC and the team currently belongs to the North Division in the NFL.  They have 6 Super Bowl titles, 8 AFC Championship Games and played in 15, hosted 11 conference games.   The Dallas Cowboys share the record at 8 with the Steelers for the most Super Bowl appearances.   Steeler Nation has belonged to many other leagues/conference affiliations during their time in the NFL. 

The last Super Bowl Steeler Nation played in and won was the XLIII on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.  That game was between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals were defeated with a score of 27-23.

This year marks the end of an era when the Steelers retire Hall of Famer defensive end Joe Green’s No. 75 jersey at an upcoming game.  “Everybody knows him as Mean Joe Green,” said Hall of Famer Mel Blount.  But Joe Green laughs when he hears himself referred to as that.  The Steeler Nation has one of the largest fan bases in the NFL as they are one of the oldest Franchises in the business and it continues to grow every year. 

Heinz Field

Originally designed with history of the cities steel production in mind over 12,000 tons of steel were included in the structure.  Giving it a visually stunning and impressive sight to behold in person.  This stadium opened in 2011, after the controlled implosion of the teams previous stadium, Three Rivers Stadium.  Naming rights were purchased by H.J. Heinz Company in 2001 and they then named the stadium after the locally based company, and the Steelers share use of the stadium with, members of the NCAA, University of Pittsburgh Panthers.

The turf is a blend of four different Kentucky bluegrass varieties and covers just over two acres of land.  Widely criticized for the use of real grass on their field the Rooney family maintains they will always prefer real turf over fake, in their opinion it makes for a much better game day for everyone.  They believe this so much so that approximately 40 miles of ¾ inch piping is laid under the field to heat the soil and below the heating system there is a four inch layer of pea gravel with a labyrinth of drain pipes that empty into a 22-inch collector pipe surrounding the perimeter of the field.  All of this was done to ensure a perfect venue to play some of the most memorable footballs games in history on no matter what kind of weather happens on game day. 

The scoreboard is a 28x96 Daktronics Video Board, there is over 650 television sets around the stadium.  Inside you will find the FedEx Great Hall, which houses the Pittsburg Steelers and University of Pittsburgh memorabilia and Hall of Fame artifacts.  Heinz Stadium was constructed by Hunt Construction Group and it is owned by Sports and Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.  To enable guests to choose the type of football experience they want there are 3 separate club lounges for them to choose seating from.  The East Club & Hyundai West and the North Club.  There are 129 Suites available with 1,544 seats or club seating with 7300 seats.  Seating capacity for the stands in the stadium is just over 65,000.  This impressive stadium also boasts a 6,000 sq. ft. locker room for the home team.