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Steelers Ready Landry Jones But Don't Rule Out Big Ben Just Yet
November 10, 2015
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Steelers Ready Landry Jones But Don't Rule Out Big Ben Just Yet

The Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing for quarterback Landry Jones to make his second career start Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, but will leave the door “slightly ajar” for Ben Roethlisberger, coach Mike Tomlin said. “It’s proven we anticipate playing without ,” Tomlin said. “We will...

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How Did Steelers Lose to the Chiefs, What Went Wrong?
October 26, 2015
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How Did Steelers Lose to the Chiefs, What Went Wrong?

The Steelers emphatically came back down to earth in Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs. In consecutive games, Pittsburgh received miraculous efforts by backup quarterbacks that turned fourth quarter deficits into dramatic victories. That would not be the case in Kansas City, as the Chiefs (2-5) made key plays on both offense...

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Chiefs Topple Banged Up Steelers 23-13
October 26, 2015
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Chiefs Topple Banged Up Steelers 23-13

No matter how Landry Jones fared in his first start for the Pittsburgh Steelers, there was a good chance Ben Roethlisberger would be back soon enough for it to be his last. Jones didn’t exactly do much to give coach Mike Tomlin a choice. The third-year pro threw for 209 yards and a touchdown Sunday, but Jones was also...

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Landry Jones Likely to Start First NFL Game vs Chiefs
October 21, 2015
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Landry Jones Likely to Start First NFL Game vs Chiefs

Landry Jones had his first regular-season NFL action last week. Now, it looks as if he will make his first start this week. Coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that his team will prepare for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs at Kansas City as if Jones will be the starting quarterback. Starter Ben Roethlisberger has been out...

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Landry Jones is Steelers Player of the Week
October 19, 2015
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Landry Jones is Steelers Player of the Week

In the first game action of his career, Landry Jones sparked the offense in a win vs. Arizona. He was the last resort, and it sure felt exactly like that at the time. The Steelers offense was struggling to a degree that was both frightening and unprecedented in the Ben Roethlisberger era. Fifty-nine total net yards of offense...

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