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Thursday night's game between the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens will be the first game of the 2012 regular season to be officiated by the league's regular on-field officials. With bye weeks beginning this week - the Indianapolis Colts and PittsbUpvote Share Tweet
post-gazette.com Sep 27, 2012Jerome Bettis heads a group of Steelers among the 127 nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2013.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Sep 27, 2012I had a strong start to my Week 3 predictions last Sunday when the Bengals beat the Redskins and the Browns lost to the Bills. But two game-ending field goals did me in, as the Ravens beat the Patriots and the Steelers lost to the Raiders. Only two game…Upvote Share Tweet
Historically bad start for Steelers run gameESPN.com Sep 27, 2012When the Steelers return from their bye week, improving the run game should top the team's to-do list. Why do I say this? Everyone knows that the Steelers' ground game is struggling. But a tip of the hat to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review for putting the …Upvote Share TweetSteelers linebacker James Harrison was feeling hopeful after practicing Tuesday. When he left the team facility before practice Wednesday, the mood hand changed. The left knee problems that have bothered him all summer cropped up again, a worrisome issu…Upvote Share Tweet
Biggest NFL games of Week 4 -- John Clayton's First & 10Sep 27Roger Goodell's influence will be felt when the struggling Saints and Packers meet on Sunday, writes John Clayton.
Don Banks: Saviors now, regular refs will be scrutinized more than ever in…Sep 27When the NFL's regular crews of referees mercifully get back to work, starting Thursday night in Baltimore, let's hope they're ready for their close-up. Because this is going to be the closest close-up the league's game officials have ever experienced.
Fans venting on the replacement referees, plus the Thursday pickSep 27The shockwave of the replacement referees' legacy, plus Thursday's Skunk of the Week.