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No need to rush Harrison, Polamalu

The Steelers will be without two former NFL Defensive Players of the Year for a second straight week, as Pittsburgh has ruled out linebacker James Harrison (knee) and safety Troy Polamalu (calf). But do the Steelers really need them Sunday? Pittsburgh i…
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  • Final Word: AFC North Sep 21, 2012
    Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 3: Bay Area blues: The Steelers fly cross-country to play Oakland, which is not Ben Roethlisberger's favorite part of the country. He is winless in his two trips to the San Francisco Bay Area, throwing a total of sev…
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  • Blackout lifted, Raiders will be televised in Oakland again Sep 21, 2012
    Despite a disappointing 0-2 start, the Raiders have sold enough tickets to lift the local television blackout: The team has announced that Sunday’s home game against the Steelers will be shown on local TV in the Bay Area. That doesn’t necessarily mean
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  • Ron Cook: Steelers' Miller a tough man to keep out Sep 21, 2012
    Veteran tight end almost always finds a way to play through injury, and for the Steelers, that's a good thing.
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  • On the Steelers: LBs hobbling, but Woodley making a healthy impact Sep 21, 2012
    After a sackless opener, the standout outside linebacker turned up the heat against the Jets.
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  • Video - 'Playbook': Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Oakland Raiders 03:53

    'Playbook': Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Oakland Raiders

    Sep 21
    What has been the main reason for the Pittsburgh Steelers' offense clicking in its first two games? Our experts explain why the Steelers are becoming comfortable on the offensive side of the ball.
  • Video - Should Tebow Play More? 07:09

    Should Tebow Play More?

    Sep 21
    Lomas Brown, Stephen A. Smith, and Skip Bayless debate whether or not Tim Tebow should receive more playing time against the Dolphins.