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Harrison Says He’s Aiming Low on Hits to Avoid Fines
steelersgab.com Updated Dec 21, 2012
Steelers linebacker James Harrison says he’s changed his approach on hitting because of the NFL’s new standards on player safety, ESPN reports. “I’ve really lowered my target area to where it’s down around the knees,” Harrison said Friday on âShare Tweet
Jousting For JanuaryCNNSI.com Dec 21, 2012Andy Dalton and the Bengals can punch their playoff ticket with a win over the Steelers. Peter King also discusses Giants-Ravens and one of the games of the year -- 49ers at Seahawks.Share TweetPittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison discusses hitting and player safety.Share TweetESPN.com Dec 21, 2012Three teams are in the playoff hunt. Two weeks left in the regular season. Let's see if I can step up in my predictions. I haven't had a winning record the past two weeks. Here's what I'm thinking will happen Sunday ... Steelers 27, Bengals 24: For the …Share Tweet
Wake-up: Browns say they won't lay downESPN.com Dec 21, 2012I will be making the trip to Pittsburgh this weekend to cover the Steelers-Bengals game. My prediction for that game as well as the other ones in the AFC North will get posted around noon in our Friday Forecast. Now, let's get started with the wake-up c…Share Tweetpost-gazette.com Dec 21, 2012The Steelers offensive coordinator is not bothered by comments after the loss at Dallas and calls Big Ben an elite quarterback.Share Tweet
NFL Kickoff OT: Key Games For Week 16Dec 21NFL Kickoff OT breaks down the big games for Week 16.
'Playbook': Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh SteelersDec 21Our "Playbook" guys break down one of the best matchups of the weekend, when the Cincinnati Bengals travel to Pittsburgh for a AFC North showdown.
Harrison Talks Hitting StyleDec 21Steelers linebacker James Harrison discusses how he has altered his style of hitting since the NFL started enforcing fines for illegal hits.
N 'if' L: What if Eli Manning hadn't been traded to New York?Dec 21Dave Dameshek explores what would've happened had Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, and Philip Rivers all landed with different teams in the 2004 NFL Draft. Animation courtesy of Bindledog.com.