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Popular opinion around the league right now is that the Jaguars suck worse than anything ever assembled, and they could be facing an historically big spread against the Seahawks this week. But it’s a long season, and there’s plenty of time for any of these sad franchises to win the Jadeveon Clowney sweepstakes.
Remember when this guy was the answer for Steelers at running back? Ha. Le’Veon Bell could miss about a month with a foot injury. Mark “Dr. Roto” Bloom and Adam Ronis discuss the impact of recent RB injuries.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: oh, yinz wanna go dahntawn and see the Steelers be screwed n’at?
How DeMarco Murray’s pants slid down that far remains a mystery, but we do know one thing: Troy Polamalu is really, really interested in what’s going on down there. And if you’re big on cheap puns, Polamalu totally caught Murray with his pants down.
Are you a New York Jets fan? Worried that your season is over? Well, you’re 6-7, and only one game out of the final AFC Wild Card spot. And, thanks to some favorable tiebreakers, all hope isn’t actually lost.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 last night, M & T Bank Stadium was in a state of shock. Mike Tomlin included, who tried to run away from John Harbaugh instead of shaking his hand. John Harbaugh wasn’t having any of that.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens have a Rivalry, and the players don’t like each other. Though Baltimore’s Courtney Upshaw is a rookie, he’s learning fast. What he did(n’t) do for Antonio Brown, after the jump.