• Le’veon Bell Takes Home AFC Offensive Player of the Month for December

    It was a monster month for the Steelers going undefeated and winning the AFC North, but it was possibly an even bigger month for running back Le’Veon Bell, who today was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month.

    Bell was the key figure in the Steelers reeling off seven straight wins after sitting at 4-5 after a home loss to the Dallas Cowboys. When the black and gold was 4-5 the bookies at casinos around the country could not have bet the team would reel off seven straight and end the season at 11-5, your money would have been better spent playing at instacasino.com.

    But come out of the depths the Steelers did, as Bell ran for an NFL leading 569 yards in December, putting up 5.2 yards per carry, and rushing for four touchdowns.

    He also pulled in 18 receptions for 179 yards, a 9.9-yard average, and one score. The running back had 748 total yards from scrimmage, which also led the NFL.

    If the Steelers are going to make a deep run into the posteason, they are going to need all they can get from Bell, a player who is set to be a free agent this spring but won’t be going anywhere since it’s a given if the Steelers don’t get a deal done they will franchise him.

    The way that Bell has been playing, it’s no wonder that many fans seem to think the Steelers are going to roll through the Dolphins and then Kansas City on the way to playing Tom Brady and the Patriots in the AFC Title Game.

    The layout for Sunday for Bell and the Steelers is as simple as playing at a site like casinoservice.org, a site working with www.honestpartners.com.

    It’s a process that will involve making sure the best player on the team gets the ball early and often, both running and through the passing game.

    If the team can do that, they should be well on their way to playing next Sunday in Kansas City against the Chiefs.

  • Sounds Like Steelers Star Players Will Rest Sunday in Finale Vs Browns

    While steadfastly maintaining that the regular-season finale would be approached as “business as usual,” coach Mike Tomlin strongly indicated that several of the Steelers’ star players will not be in uniform for Sunday’s meaningless game against the Browns, Chris Adamski of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.

    Tomlin said that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le’Veon Bell, receiver Antonio Brown and center Maurkice Pouncey “will get that consideration” as players who will be “preserved as we look into the playoff round.”

    At 10-5, the Steelers clinched the AFC North title with their win against Baltimore on Sunday and are locked into the No. 3 seed in the AFC playoffs that begin Jan. 7-8. The Steelers will host either Kansas City or Miami one of those days in the wild-card round.

    Tomlin explained the realities of a finite 53-man roster – and the 46-player gameday limit – as limitations in resting his starters.

    “A lot of people like to compare this opportunity to a preseason game or the fourth preseason game,” Tomlin said, “(But) the numbers are very different.”

    Tomlin did not mention any defensive players, but linebackers James Harrison, Lawrence Timmons and Ryan Shazier and safety Mike Mitchell are candidates to be held out Sunday. Defensive end Stephon Tuitt is, too – but he has not played since the first drive of the game.

  • See How the Steelers Run the Table in the New Book “The Greatest Football Team of All Time: 2015 Pittsburgh Steelers”

    Everyone loves fantasy, and there’s no doubt with fantasy football a lot of the dreaming when it comes to the NFL and your favorite team has gone away.

    Not so with a new book written by Sergei Chevtsov and Alan Navarre, who take a long look and approach at what could have been for the 2015 Pittsburgh Steelers if they would have run the table and won the Super Bowl.

    The book, entitled “The Greatest Football Team of All Time: 2015 Pittsburgh Steelers,” is now available on Amazon, and is a great read for the holidays if you want to go back and relive last season in a very perfect way for the black and gold.

    Coming in at 209 pages, the book is broken down by game, and is an easy read if you want to go back and break up the season game by game.

    Each game is broken down in detail, with the score, great photos, and even at the end of each game a breakdown in grades of subjects like Offense, Defense, and even Top Performers.

    There’s a lot to each game, from the way the game is played out, to the scoring, to even breakdowns of drives and specific big plays in the drive that defined the big moments in the game.

    The book gives an inside look at how the season could have gone, but of course as we all know injuries as well as some stumbles along the way derailed the Steelers, who were a wild card team that eventually lost to the Super Bowl Champion Broncos in the divisional round.

    This book though has all the details of the Steelers running the table, and even breaks down the rest of the NFL in terms of their good and bad points, and then goes into how the playoffs played out.

    Without ruining the ending, just replace the Broncos with the Steelers in Super Bowl 50, and you can probably figure out how it all plays out.

    The book is available via Kindle for $2.99, or paperback for $17.95. Click HERE to place an order for “The Greatest Football Team of All Time: 2015 Pittsburgh Steelers.”

  • Steelers confirm Martavis Bryant suspension looming


    On Saturday, it was reported that the Pittsburgh Steelers face the possibility of being without receiver Martavis Bryant for the entire 2016 NFL season. Per several sources, including Dejan Kovacevic, Bryant’s suspension comes as a result of violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Bryant is appealing the decision per agent Tom Santanello.

    In 2015, after returning from a suspension, Bryant caught 50 passes for 765 yards in 11 games. He also had six touchdowns, including a head-first grab and flip that caught the attention of everyone and earned him the nickname ‘alien’. During the playoffs, Bryant caught 14 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown.

    Steelers spokesman Burt Lauten said, “Per team policy, we’ll have no comment until there’s an announcement from the NFL.”

    The NFL’s CBA is straightforward when it comes to violations of the drug policy, making Bryant’s appeal an uphill battle. After missing the first four games of the 2015 season, allegedly for marijuana use, the league sees this as a second-time offense with a penalty that carries a one-year suspension. In 2015, general manager Kevin Colbert said that Bryant’s actions placed the Steelers, as a team, in a difficult situation and hoped the young receiver would learn from the mistake.

    Bryant was considered immature coming out of the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft and veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was supportive last year as the receiver underwent counseling in Florida before returning to the team.

    The Steelers re-signed receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey this week – a move that may have signaled that Pittsburgh was preparing their offense to be minus Bryant in the rotation. The Steelers offered a three-year deal to the veteran receiver – a move many speculate was a direct result of Bryant’s issues.

    Bryant is due $600,000 in salary for 2016 in his third year of a four-year rookie contract, but if the suspension sticks Pittsburgh will receive a salary cap relief in that amount from their books.

    (Article originally posted on Examiner.com – used with permission)
  • “Pacman” Jones’ mouth keeps chomping, says Antonio Brown was “faking” injury


    Adam “Pacman” Jones just can’t keep his mouth shut.  After his now infamous sideline cry and social media rants following the wild card game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers, Jones has continued to appeal that he was an innocent party and that he and his teammates were unnecessarily targeted for penalties.  And today, Dan Patrick decided to give him an open mic.  Jones went on a several minute rant with his biggest revelation being that Antonio Brown was faking injury after being hit by Vontaze Burfict.  Jones told Patrick in a phone interview that Brown “winked”, indicating he was faking, and that Brown deserved an award for his performance.

    Brown has been under the NFL’s concussion protocol since being helped off of the playing field at Paul Brown Stadium on Saturday.  In what looked to be a blatant hit on a defenseless receiver, Burfict collided with Brown without noticeable hesitation in the open field.

    “By rule, as they told me when I went down to New York, that is a penalty. Personally, I don’t think it is because I don’t think you can get out of the way fast enough,” Steelers linebacker James Harrison reportedly said after the game on NFL Network (per CBS Sports).  Harrison played with Burfict for one season and told Gerry Dulac, “There are times when (Burfict is) out of control, but there are times where he’s out of control but he’s calculated with it…there’s a fine line.”  After seeing the hit on television, Harrison said, “It’s a penalty.”

    Burfict faces a suspension for the hit on Brown. He could also be further disciplined once the league reviews video of Burfict using his knee to pound Ben Roethlisberger in the right shoulder after he forced the quarterback to the ground.

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