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Pittsburgh Steelers vs Dallas Cowboys is the sole matchup to have been played in three Super Bowls. The Steelers are 2-1 SU/ATS. Since Super Bowl X, the Steelers have the edge SU in all games between the two teams at 9-7, while the Cowboys lead the head-to-head series ATS at 8-7-1. However, since 1985(!), Pittsburgh is just 4-7 SU/3-7-1 ATS versus the ’Boys…

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If Any Veteran at All, Pittsburgh Steelers Should Consider Derek Carr

If Any Veteran at All, Pittsburgh Steelers Should Consider Derek Carr

Ben Roethlisberger is retiring and the Pittsburgh Steelers are looking for a new quarterback. Mason Rudolph and Dwayne Haskins will likely get the first cracks at replacing Big Ben. Josh Dobbs has a distant shot at making an impact. The Steelers have been linked to a lot of different players from Aaron Rodgers to Marcus Mariota. Derek Carr is 30-years-old and has just shy of a $20 million cap hit next season. He led the Raiders to 12-3 last season and had a good completion percentage (68.4%) and a career-high 68.3% completion % (626 attempts).

Jan 25si.com
Steelers go with a familiar name in recent 2022 NFL mock draft

Steelers go with a familiar name in recent 2022 NFL mock draft

Pittsburgh Steelers have a number of needs heading into the offseason. Pro Football Focus has them going with a familiar name in the 2022 NFL Draft. The team could go in a lot of different directions early. Ben Roethlisberger is expected to retire this offseason and the team has just Mason Rudolph under contract for 2022.

Jan 24stillcurtain.com
Steelers Projected to Earn 4th Round Compensatory Pick in 2022 NFL Draft

Steelers Projected to Earn 4th Round Compensatory Pick in 2022 NFL Draft

Pittsburgh Steelers lost linebacker Bud Dupree to the Tennessee Titans last March. The team will receive a fourth-round compensatory draft pick in the 2022 NFL Draft to offset the loss. Pittsburgh made two countable acquisitions in offensive lineman Joe Haeg and cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon.

Jan 24steelersnow.com
Steelers 2022 Salary Cap Primer Series: Part 1

Steelers 2022 Salary Cap Primer Series: Part 1

The Pittsburgh Steelers are seven weeks away from the start of the new NFL league year. The team is currently $33,907,414 under the NFL salary cap. There are 59 players currently under contract with the Steelers. The Steelers 2022 dead money by player as of Monday morning is $208.2 million. It is the first in a series of posts that go over the team's salary-cap situation.

Jan 24steelersdepot.com
2022 NFL Mock Draft: The Steelers look to add an athletic OT

2022 NFL Mock Draft: The Steelers look to add an athletic OT

The Pittsburgh Steelers are heading into the 2022 offseason. Free agency and the NFL draft will take place before the draft. The team will have to make a number of decisions with players who were on the 2021 roster. They will also have the opportunity to sign some free agents before making their first draft selection. NFL.com has the Steelers addressing the offensive line before anything else.  The team struggled in the run game and didn't give much time for the quarterback.

Jan 24behindthesteelcurtain.com
Steelers Wire podcast: Wrapping up the 2021 NFL season

Steelers Wire podcast: Wrapping up the 2021 NFL season

This week's episode of the Steelers Wire podcast is hosted by Ryan O'Leary. Ryan and I discuss the team's early exit from the playoffs and reflect on the crazy season. We also discuss Ben Roethlisberger's retirement and how the Pittsburgh Steelers will replace him.

Jan 23steelerswire.usatoday.com
Longtime Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler announces retirement

Longtime Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler announces retirement

Keith Butler has been a coach since 1990. He spent 19 seasons with the Steelers, the last seven as their defensive coordinator. Butler won two Super Bowls as the team's linebackers coach. James Harrison was the Defensive Player of the Year in 2008. He was hired by Mike Tomlin in 2007. Before that, Butler was a linebacker with Seattle from 1978-87. In 1999, he was an assistant at Memphis. The next year, Pittsburgh hired him as its new defensive coach and he succeeded Dick LeBeau. During his last season with Cleveland, it clinched its first playoff berth since returning to the NFL.

Jan 22cbssports.com
Free agents, draft prospects abound as Steelers weigh best way to land quarterback

Free agents, draft prospects abound as Steelers weigh best way to land quarterback

The Pittsburgh Steelers are considering a quarterback trade. They have a number of options, including free agency and the draft. Mike Tomlin didn't rule anything out at his season-ending press conference. Mason Rudolph and Dwayne Haskins are expected to compete for the starting job in training camp.   . The last quarterback traded by the Steelers was Bobby Layne in 1958. It was David Woodley in 1984. He was traded for Dan Marino. Tomlinson said the team will look at both free agent and draft options.

Jan 22triblive.com
Things Steelers Nation thought they heard this past week

Things Steelers Nation thought they heard this past week

Some media outlets are not operating under the guise of professionalism or integrity. They are trying to generate clicks and revenue from intentionally misleading people. Ben Roethlisberger is not officially retired yet, but he may come back at age 40. This would save the Steelers money on their salary cap. The paperwork can be done earlier for a post-June 1 release.  According to the NFL, the “old gunslinger” isn’t officially finished.

Jan 21steelcityunderground.com

Pittsburgh Steelers Game Schedule 2022: (19 games)

Thursday, 12 Aug: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field

Friday, 27 Aug: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

Sunday, 12 Sep: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium

Sunday, 03 Oct: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field

Sunday, 31 Oct: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Sunday, 21 Nov: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 28 Nov: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium

Thursday, 09 Dec: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 19 Dec: Tennessee Titans vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 09 Jan: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 19 Sep: Las Vegas Raiders vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 26 Sep: Cincinnati Bengals vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 10 Oct: Denver Broncos vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 17 Oct: Seattle Seahawks vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 14 Nov: Detroit Lions vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Monday, 08 Nov: Chicago Bears vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 05 Dec: Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Monday, 03 Jan: Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 16 Jan: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Kansas City Chiefs at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium

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The Pittsburgh Steelers

In nearly direct opposite fashion of their longtime division mates in Cleveland, the Pittsburgh Steelers have thrived in the post-merger era perhaps more than any other team. At first glance, the Steelers’ no. 12 position on the all-time winning percentage rankings table makes little sense, especially as the Oakland/LA/Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders are 3 games better despite emphatically losing for most of the 21st century.

But that no. 12/11 spot is in actuality a testament to the Steelers’ incredible success before 1970, as going into that season the Steelers had run up little more than a five-decade history of bottom feeding.

How bad were the Steelers from their inception as the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1933? It is nearly impossible to exaggerate just how lame this franchise was for so long. The team’s first 10 seasons in the NFL resulted in a cumulative 27-75-6 record, representing an average season of 3-7-1 or 3-8. During the war years of ’44 and ’45, the Steelers temporarily ceased operations in Pittsburgh, loaning assets and players in the two seasons to the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Cardinals, respectively. The teams were known popularly by sportswriters of the time as the Steagles and Carpets, both for obvious reasons.

When the war ended, the losing continued. From 1946 to ’70, the Steelers managed just five winning seasons and an 0-1 playoff record. The team’s cumulative record through to the merger: 157-247-18, or a .393 winning percentage.

Everything changed with the arrival of Chuck Noll (and, more than a few say, modern anabolic steroids). After stripping down and rebuilding the roster, Noll in six years built an all-star team based on draft choices Joe Greene (1969); Terry Bradshaw, Mel Blount (1970); Jack Ham (1971); Franco Harris (1972); Lynn Swann, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth and Mike Webster (1974). This led to creation of one of the top five NFL teams ever, one that bagged seven AFC Central titles and four Super Bowl wins in the 1970s.

Noll ultimately retired from the team in 1991 and, incredibly enough, the team has hired just two head coaches (Bill Cowher and Omar Epps) going into the 2018 season and the default expectation for the franchise has become that of a perpetual Super Bowl contender. Since Noll’s departure, the Steelers have played in three more Super Bowls and have won two. The Steelers have had just seven losing seasons since ’72 and, given the general incompetence in Cincinnati and Cleveland plus Joe Flacco’s roster-killing contract in Baltimore, the Steelers will certainly remain a playoff team into the 2020s.

By the way, the Steelers’ record since the AFL/NFL merger is – ready for this? – a ridiculous 462-305-3, or a .602 winning percentage for an average season of about 10-6. Dude.

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