• Steelers hoping Harrison can play against Jets

    Summary of 31 articles · Updated Sep 17, 2012
    The Steelers will be missing James Harrison……again.  In addition to Safety Ryan Clark being able to play this weekend against the Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison worked out on Monday and coach Mike Tomlin thinks that there is a chance that Harrison could play in Pittsburgh’s home opener against the Jets. It was Harrison's first year as the full-time starter at right outside linebacker, and that may have been the greatest game ever played by a linebacker in Steelers history. During that time, the Steelers are 5-2 without Harrison and 9-9 without Polamalu. Matt Harrison came within one out of a complete game for his 17th victory and the Rangers beat Seattle 2-1, adding to their AL West lead over Oakland for the first time in 10 days. Hopefully with Sione back the Jets will be better able to do this in both run and pass situations. 4) Hot Corner The Jets did a great job against a Bills secondary last week that has been opportunistic, but this week Sanchez might get a chance to challenge their opposing corners again in Ike Taylor and Keenan Lewis. Ben Roethlisberger kept plays alive long enough to make completions down the field, including a 37-yard touchdown to Mike Wallace that saw Antonio Cromartie misplay what looked like a desperate heave into the end zone.
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      Matt Harrison pitched into the ninth inning for his 17th victory and the Texas Rangers beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 on a drizzly Sunday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • James Harrison and Troy Polamalu are inactive for the Steelers

      It’s not a good day for defensive star power in Pittsburgh. As expected, the Steelers have announced that linebacker James Harrison and safety Troy Polamalu will be inactive for Sunday afternoon’s tilt with the Jets. It’s the first time since 2006 t
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      James Harrison has never met Jack Lambert. Both played at Kent State and played linebacker for the Steelers.
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    • 2012 NFL Week Two Preview — NY Jets at Pittsburgh

      Mark Sanchez By John Touhey Ahh the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team Jets fans have come to hate, especially after their 2010 defeat in the AFC Championship game. Plus, Heinz Field was used as the home for the Gotham Rogues in The Dark Knight Rises, and in…
      Source: jetsgab.com
    • Report Says Harrison and Polamalu Both Won’t Play Sunday vs Jets

      Polamalu makes a tackle All indications are the Steelers will be without two of their top stars on D when they play host to the Jets Sunday. Post-Gazette’s Gerry Dulac states that both linebacker James Harrison (knee) and safety Troy Polamalu (calf) won
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      Five things to watch for this weekend in the Jets-Steelers game. 1) Life Without Revis - Missing one of the centerpieces of the defense is going to be hard for the Jets but they are going to have to play through it and the man in the spotlight will be K
    • Mixed signals on Harrison's availability

      The news early Thursday was that James Harrison was going to play Sunday against the Jets after the Steelers linebacker told a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter that he would do so. Hours later, Harrison continued to be a non-participant at practice, whi…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Landry: Jets' D better than Steelers' D

      Sunday’s Week 2 matchup between the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers will boast two of the NFL’s top defenses over the past few years. But according to Jets safety LaRon Landry, Gang Green is better in 2012. "If you look at the starter at each po
      Source: ESPN.com
    • James Harrison gives $100,000 to his alma mater

      James Harrison’s contributions to the NFL’s fine pool don’t represent his only six-figure donation. Harrison, the Steelers linebacker who entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Kent State in 2002, has donated $100,000 to his alma mater. â
    • AccuScore: Steelers beat Jets

      It's going to be an awful week for the AFC East if AccuScore is correct. After predicting the Bills and Dolphins to both lose at home in Week 2, AccuScore predicts the New York Jets also to lose their first game of the season. The Steelers are a 67 perc…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Harrison Misses Another Day of Practice; Clark Back with the Steelers

      Steelers LB James Harrison was NOT on the practice field Wednesday, sitting out yet another day of work and leaving his chances to play in doubt Sunday when the Steelers play the Jets at home. The good news was veteran safety Ryan Clark was with the tea…
  • Steelers win 10th consecutive home opener

    The Steelers bounced back from a season-opening loss to do what they always seem to do, win their home opener and beat the N.Y. Jets, 27-10.
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    Gerry Dulac grades the Steelers' effort Sunday in their victory against the Jets.
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      The NY Jets scored 48 points last week against the Buffalo Bills, so the Steelers were probably expecting a better offensive team than they ended up facing.  Frankly, only one word comes to mind to describe the Jets team that faced the Steelers; impoten…
    • Steelers shut down Jets in second half

      The Jets offensive breakthrough of last week lasted into the second quarter of Sunday’s game with the Steelers. They led 10-6 after two scoring drives in two tries and looked fairly sharp on their way up and down the field in both cases. Things came scr
    • Rapid Reaction: Steelers 27, Jets 10

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      Source: ESPN.com
  • Steelers lose players, not physical identity

    Not only were the Pittsburgh Steelers without two former NFL Defensive Players of the Year, they were without two players who have defined their defense. The reason why Pittsburgh avoided an 0-2 start is the Steelers didn't make excuses and they didn't …
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Mario to Rodney Harrison “Didn’t see it.”

    Much was made earlier this week about the comments from former NFL DB and current NBC analyst Rodney Harrison, about Mario Williams decision to sign with the Bills as a free agent last March. Watch Harrison’s comments and judge for yourself. Williams wa

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