Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Passing Yards
    287.7 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    107.8 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    395.4 YPG
  • Steelers Wire

    DeAngelo Williams spits truth about Steelers offensive line and Roethlisberger

    If you are ever in search of a sound byte about the Pittsburgh Steelers, all you have to do is ask running back DeAngelo Williams and he shall provide. When Williams went on ESPN First Take he had no qualms about gushing about his offensive line and quarterback. It’s great to see Williams give props to his offensive line like that. There’s no doubt this is a supremely talented group and grossly underrated by the rest of the NFL. You have to appreciate a running back who understands how important his offensive line is to his success. As far as Ben Roethlisberger goes, his pedigree speaks for itself, but as Williams said, the options having Roethlisberger under center provides is brutal for opposing

  • Nate Washington Reportedly Cut By Patriots As Wide Receiver Competition Narrows
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    Nate Washington Reportedly Cut By Patriots As Wide Receiver Competition Narrows

    The New England Patriots’ wide receiver picture got a bit clearer Wednesday morning. The Patriots have released veteran wideout Nate Washington, CSNNE.com’s Tom E. Curran reported. Multiple other outlets later confirmed Curran’s report. Washington was one of several players fighting for the fifth receiver spot behind Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell, and his release does not come as a surprise. The 32-year-old left the Patriots’ first training camp practice with an illness, then missed much of camp as he recovered. He did not play a single snap with starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo during last Thursday’s preseason game, entering only after the entire first-team

  • ABC News5 hours ago

    Source: Tom Coughlin joins NFL's competition committee

    Along with John Elway and Bruce Arians, former New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin ?has also been added to the NFL's competition committee, according to a source. It appears as if Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher is the only member of the committee that has stepped aside, and the rest of the competition committee remains intact, for now. Also, the NFL will have a newly formed Chairman's Committee that will handle strategies and priorities for the NFL. The newly-formed committee will be composed of Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Steelers president Art Rooney, Texans owner Bob McNair and Giants owner John Mara. Falcons owner Arthur Blank, meanwhile, will chair a committee