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Steelers Recap Haiku

I write game recaps in poetry for the SBN site Brotherly Game (Philadelphia Union soccer team). This is my weekly recap haiku for my Pittsburgh Steelers Enjoy.

Interview: Wallace Could See Himself as a 49er or a Patriot in 2012

Steelers' wide receiver Mike Wallace did not shoot down the notion he could play in San Francisco or New England next season during an interview on Sirius XM NFL Radio.

Report: Todd Haley and Ben Roethlisberger Meet

Per a tweet from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter, Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Todd Haley and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger have finally sat down and talked.

Nnamdi Asomugha to solve our DB problems??

Think about how dominant our defense could be with arguably the best cornerback in the league in our backfield? It would instantly fix our only real weakness which is pass defense and more specifically cornerback problems. Any thoughts on this and if the steelers would ever actually go out and send big money on this type of free agent?

Polamalu Active; How Much He Plays Is Another Question

Just how much will Troy Polamalu play this week against the Cleveland Browns as the Steelers prepare for the playoffs? Click the link above for the article.

Punching the Ravens in the Nose

click the link above to watch an hilarious one-minute conversation i had with my son about the Baltimore Birdies punching Ben Roethlisberger in the nose. i think you'll enjoy it.

Steelers Victory Over the Bengals - Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

The Steelers victory over the Bengals was another heart-stopper. While there is no question that the game should have never gotten as close as it did, click the link above for an argument in favor of the glass being half-full.

Troy Polamalu: the heart and soul of the Steel City

Article chronicling the undeniable importance of Troy Polamalu to the success of the Steelers. Piece includes video of Polamalu celebrating his second Super Bowl victory by stage diving into the fans during Pittsburgh’s ’09 championship celebration.

The Perils of [Not Being Able to Watch] Preseason Football

For many, if not most, football fans preseason football has become a rite of drudgery, an obligatory August phase that must be endured to get to the regular season. But preseason has its merits, and a new reason to appreciate it came to light today, even if it is only relevant to those members of Steelers Nation who live in parts of the world where they can't see preseaon games, whether they want to or not. The link above explains why (with a little help from the PG's Ron Cook)....

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