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Rex on use of Tebow: 'We determine that, OK?'

Rex on use of Tebow: 'We determine that, OK?'

ESPN.com Updated Sep 17, 2012
Jets coach Rex Ryan displayed his first signs of Tebow fatigue Monday when grilled about the quarterback's lack of involvement in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Steelers.
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  • Handicapping AFC North after two weeks

    Handicapping AFC North after two weeks

    ESPN.com Sep 17, 2012
    Matt Williamson, of ESPN.com, assesses the AFC North after two games. It's an Insider article, so you'll need a subscription to read the entire piece. But here's some excerpts: PITTSBURGH STEELERS Williamson: [Roethlisberger] can carry this team. He is …
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  • Upon further review: Steelers

    Upon further review: Steelers

    ESPN.com Sep 17, 2012
    Revisiting the Pittsburgh Steelers' 27-10 win over the New York Jets on Sunday at Heinz Field: When Mike Wallace reported to the Steelers after missing all of the offseason workouts, training camp and the preseason, the big question was how long it woul…
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  • When Officials Blew A Call Even After Looking At The Replay, Re…

    When Officials Blew A Call Even After Looking At The Replay, Rex Ryan Was Flabbergasted

    deadspin.com Sep 17, 2012
    Late in yesterday's Steelers-Jets matchup, New York challenged a play in which Steelers running back Isaac Redman was ruled down on a tackle by safety Yeremiah Bell. Rex Ryan challenged the call, believing Bell might have forced a fumble, but several re…
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  • Wake-up: Already tight at top of AFC North

    Wake-up: Already tight at top of AFC North

    ESPN.com Sep 17, 2012
    Trying to decipher the Week 2 results in the AFC North is like trying to decode the Rosetta Stone. Well, at least Ben Roethlisberger knows what I mean. The Steelers won despite not having James Harrison and Troy Polamalu. The Ravens lost even though the…
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  • For Jets, Too Much Roethlisberger, Too Many Mistakes

    For Jets, Too Much Roethlisberger, Too Many Mistakes

    nytimes.com Sep 17, 2012
    The Jets showed a lack of focus for much of the game, and Ben Roethlisberger tormented them on third downs.
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  • Steelers win 10th consecutive home opener

    Steelers win 10th consecutive home opener

    post-gazette.com Sep 17, 2012
    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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  • Steelers Notebook: Running game remains just a bit out of step

    Steelers Notebook: Running game remains just a bit out of step

    post-gazette.com Sep 17, 2012
    The Steelers get a win, but after two games they're still searching for a running game.
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  • Gene Collier: For defenses, cooler heads prevailed

    Gene Collier: For defenses, cooler heads prevailed

    post-gazette.com Sep 17, 2012
    The emotional thermostats along the second and third levels of both defenses had reached dangerous levels early in this Steelers-Jets game.
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  • Ron Cook: Clark steps up to shut down Jets

    Ron Cook: Clark steps up to shut down Jets

    post-gazette.com Sep 17, 2012
    Someone suggested to Steelers safety Ryan Clark Sunday night that he played his best game in a 27-10 win against the Jets at Heinz Field.
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  • Video - What to take away from New York Jets-Pittsburgh Steelers 00:51

    What to take away from New York Jets-Pittsburgh Steelers

    Sep 17
    Michael Lombardi joins "NFL AM" to give his take on the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-10 victory against the New York Jets.
  • Video - GameDay: Jets vs. Steelers highlights 02:30

    GameDay: Jets vs. Steelers highlights

    Sep 17
    Ben Roethlisberger throws for 275 yards and two touchdowns in the Pittsburgh Steelers' 27-10 victory over the New York Jets.

Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Shoddy, inconsistent officiating making the game hard to enjoy

    Sep 17
    Last week I thought the replacement officials were adequate. Watching football Sunday, I felt like a passenger in a car going 20 miles an hour too fast on a mountain road with hairpin turns; we weren't going to die, but it was going to be a dicey ride.