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With new addition, Ravens secondary stifles Steelers and renews hope for season

Baltimore Sun
The longest completion the Ravens allowed to a Pittsburgh offense that seemed averse to throwing deep was receiver Markus Wheaton's 18-yard catch-and-run in the first quarter. "You think about the last two weeks, we've been giving up some deep balls," ...

1979 Super Bowl Winner Pittsburgh Steelers News

Pro Football Focus Breadkown for the Pittsburgh Steelers after Week 4 loss to ...

Behind the Steel Curtain
Despite the outcome of the Pittsburgh Steelers loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4, there were plenty of positives to take away from the game. One loss does not define a season, but you can certainly see trends from individuals in terms of their ...

1979 Super Bowl Winner Pittsburgh Steelers News

Per CBSSports.com, Steelers could have Ben Roethlisberger return by end of October

Behind the Steel Curtain
When the Pittsburgh Steelers watched their star quarterback crumble to the ground in the Week 3 game against the St. Louis Rams, they feared the worst. After finding out his diagnosis was a sprained MCL and a bone bruise, it assured them No. 7 would be ...

1979 Super Bowl Winner Pittsburgh Steelers News

Steelers WR Antonio Brown's obscure record comes to an unknown end

Behind the Steel Curtain
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown saw his rather obscure 5-for-50 streak end at 35 games Thursday night in the 23-20 loss to Baltimore. While it is an obscure record that may not stand the test of time in-terms of importance, it's a testament to Brown's ...

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1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans Saints: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Bleacher Report
The New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys took part in a nail biter Sunday night as we saw a second-straight primetime game go into overtime. Drew Brees delivered a huge, 80-yard touchdown pass to end the overtime period in short order though, and ...

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1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Cowboys' Brice Butler heads to locker room with hamstring injury

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brice Butler left in the third quarter of Sunday night's game with a hamstring injury, per Cowboys sideline reporter Kristi Scales. Butler caught a 67-yard pass from quarterback Brandon Weeden, but couldn't gain more as he ...

1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Cowboys lead Saints at half, 10-7; Sean Lee ruled out

According to David Helman of DallasCowboys.com, Lee underwent concussion tests on the sideline after a nasty helmet-to-helmet hit in the first quarter. He was then taken to the locker room to be further evaluated. Update: Lee is now out for the game ...

1979 Super Bowl Loser Dallas Cowboys News

Ex-Cowboy DeMarco Murray already complaining about touches after Eagles' loss

Dallas Morning News
That gives Murray 47 yards on 29 carries so far in three games since joining the Eagles (1-3) as a free agent after leading the NFL in rushing last season with the Dallas Cowboys. Asked if he's getting the ball enough, Murray replied: "No, I'm not. I ...

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