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Steelers lose to Cowboys, 27-24
December 17, 2012
Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers lose to Cowboys, 27-24

COWBOYS 27, STEELERS 24, OT Steelers’ record: 7-7 One year ago: 10-4 Series record (including playoffs): Cowboys lead, 16-15 STORYLINE Three of their previous meetings had determined a Super Bowl champion, but this 31st game between these teams was more about which of them was going to get themselves into the postseason to...

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Chargers stun Steelers 34-24
December 10, 2012
Pittsburgh Steelers

Chargers stun Steelers 34-24

Steelers fans under the age of 17 may want to skip straight to the comics without stopping here. What follows is strictly X-rated, and the home team at Heinz Field did not do well with the Os either. Neither were they bashful with their language to describe it, just as their fans cut loose with lusty boos several times during...

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Charlie Batch-Led Steelers Shock Ravens in Baltimore
December 04, 2012
Pittsburgh Steelers

Charlie Batch-Led Steelers Shock Ravens in Baltimore

By, Andrea Hangst The Baltimore Ravens don’t generally lose games at home—in fact, before this Sunday, the last time they fell on their home field was in 2010, against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It didn’t seem like they’d lose this time around, either, considering that the Steelers were coming to town without...

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Steelers Mimic Keystone Cops in Loss to the Browns
November 27, 2012
Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers Mimic Keystone Cops in Loss to the Browns

Queue the music and let the keystone cops run onto the set. As if the game verse the Browns was preempted for a Benny Hill marathon. A laugher for the ages. One even the Browns fans feel a little weird bragging about. With 10 starters out of the game, a 3rd string QB and a crop of halfbacks that could not hold onto the rock to...

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Near-Perfect Defensive Performance Goes Wasted
November 19, 2012
Pittsburgh Steelers

Near-Perfect Defensive Performance Goes Wasted

By Ron Cook / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, A strong defense can overcome only so much. Quarterback Joe Flacco, running back Ray Rice and the other Baltimore Ravens weren’t much of a problem for the Steelers defense Sunday night. But the unit couldn’t make up for a lame outing by the offense and a huge special teams...

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