• Tomlin shifts lineup in wake of Steelers' 0-4 start

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 9, 2013
    After an 0-4 start to the season and an off week to contemplate why the team is off to its worst start in 45 years, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said today he is making two changes to his starting lineup for this week's game against the New York Jets. Coach Mike Tomlin hinted strongly he would make lineup changes following the Steelers' loss to the Vikings. He's keeping his promise. Heyward, who is second on the team with nine quarterback pressures, has earned his right to start, according to Tomlin. Brown ...
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      By Alan Robinson, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewTen starts and 11 sacks allowed into an NFL career that’s still in its infancy, Steelers left tackle Mike Adams is getting sacked himself. So ...
    • Steelers making changes on both lines

      The Steelers are the very model of stability, a team that prides itself on building through the draft and being solid across both lines. Those two pieces of conventional wisdom aren’t holding up well, so the 0-4 Steelers are making some changes. Coach M…
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