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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Berry's punting matters a lot, again

PennLive.com
Pittsburgh Steelers punter Jordan Berry is looking to build off last week's dominant punting performance when he faces the Philadelphia Eagles and Darren Sproles. He is shown here punting against the Cincinnati Bengals in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Sept.



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DeAngelo Williams 'having a ball' with Steelers, wants wins above rushing records

ESPN (blog)
PITTSBURGH -- DeAngelo Williams doesn't have an appreciation for his historic rushing yards pace unless it involves winning. With 63 yards Sunday in Philadelphia, Williams, 33, can become the oldest running back to hit the 300-yard mark in the first ...



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1979 Super Bowl Winner Pittsburgh Steelers News

Steelers Injury Report: Juggling of players on report continues with Ramon Foster listed as questionable

Behind the Steel Curtain
This is what has happened with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the rest of the NFL, as they prepare for the week ahead. The day after Cameron Heyward was a surprise addition to the team's injury report, the final injury report which was released Friday ...




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#23. 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers

Casper Star-Tribune Online
With a league-most six Super Bowl titles, the Steelers have plenty of great teams to choose from. The 1975 team gets our nod by the slimmest of margins. The Steelers had the highest point differential (plus-211) in the league, thanks largely to a ...

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1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Off the field, Mike Ditka has 'no respect' for Colin Kaepernick, but has been 'very impressed' with Dak Prescott on it

Dallas Morning News
(01/05/10) -- Left to right, Dallas Cowboys legends Randy White, Bob Lilly and Mike Ditka meet soldiers from Fort Hood and the Herzog Army Reserve Center at a reception in the Wyly Theatre before the taping of the television pilot "Glory Days" at the ...

1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Home-field disadvantage? A look at why the Cowboys haven't won at AT&T Stadium in over a year

Dallas Morning News (blog)
Despite the opulent surroundings and a winless opponent reeling from key injuries, it's hard to say that Dallas is operating from a position of strength. It has been 379 days since the Cowboys last won a regular-season game in Arlington. The team has ...



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1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Dallas Cowboys OTs Tyron Smith, Doug Free both ailing

UPI.com
The Cowboys might not have the option of moving former left tackle Doug Free from right tackle, as Free is also on the injury report with a quadriceps injury. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has been sacked four times in two games, and the vaunted ...




1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Spagnola: Never, Ever Has There Been More Meaning To Mo' Better

DallasCowboys.com
Sure, it's only two games into the 2016 NFL season, with the glare of Sunday Night Football coming up at 7:30 p.m. when the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) meet the Chicago Bears (0-2) at AT&T Stadium on national TV. He'll most assuredly be a storyline during ...



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