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The Pittsburgh Steelers are back-to-back winners for the fir

Messagepar zhangzk » Ven 1 Fév 2019 02:43

With the team now able to relax on their bye-week in Week 7 Pittsburgh Steelers Hats , they will hope to improve on their 3-2-1 record by beating the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens in Weeks 8 and 9. Something I did last season and I’m going to start again is the Black-and-gold Links article. This is an article where I take stories from quality news sources across the Internet and add them here for your viewing pleasure. I won’t be posting the entire articles, but I’ll link each story and author so that you can read the full article. Today we talk about the simple fact how the nearly $7 million dollars Le’VeonBell has passed up during his holdout has now been more than any other running back in the NFL has, or will, make throughout the entire 2018-2019 regular season.Think about that, and let it sink in...Let’s get to the news:Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell has lost more money than any RB will make this seasonBy: Frank Carnevale, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewSteelers running back Le’Veon Bell, who hasn’t shown up for work this season, has forfeited more salary than other running back will get paid, minus bonuses, this season.According to a tweet by Spotrac , “Le’Veon Bell has now forfeited $6.84M from his 8 weeks away from the 1st place #Steelers. Not including signing bonuses, no active RB will earn that much in 2018.”The tweet goes on to list three top backs and their salaries, minus bonuses: Buffalo Bills’ LeSean McCoy: $6.3 million; Houston Texans’ Lamar Miller: $5.75 million; and Minnesota Vikings’ Latavius Murray: $4.6 million.Spotrac compiles the athletes salaries. Here’s their breakdown of NFL running backs.For the record, Bells’ replacement, second-year player James Conner earns $578,000鈥?a year.He has 453 yards rushing, averaging 4.4 yards per carry and has 7 touchdowns. He also has 26 catches for 257 yards.Kevin Gorman: Knocking wood on Big Ben, byes and the BrownsBy: Kevin Gorman, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewRamon Foster is sitting on his stool, talking about Big Ben, byes and the Browns Pittsburgh Steelers Womens Hoodie , when a question makes the Pittsburgh Steelers left guard lean forward and tap twice on his wooden locker stall.Foster doesn’t want to hear about whether the possibility of a bye in October is a bad omen for the Steelers, as it’s the month in which Ben Roethlisberger has a 38-12 record, has posted his highest completion percentage (66.81) and passer rating (100.4) and thrown the most touchdowns (92) and fewest interceptions (40) in his career.So the last thing Foster wants to hear about is how Roethlisberger is 10-0 at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns, who visit the Steelers on Sunday.“History doesn’t mean anything. You’ve got to learn from it,” Foster said, rolling his eyes and tapping twice again on his locker stall. “It’s bigger for them than anything. To say that Ben’s 10-0 at home against them, they’re probably going to read into that and say, ‘Hey, we’ve got to do everything we can to beat him.’ ”At this point, I should’ve known better to mention that the offensive line hasn’t allowed a sack the past two games, especially what with the Browns boasting one of the NFL’s top pass rushers in defensive end Myles Garrett.“You keep saying all these 鈥?you sound like the announcers on ‘Sunday Night Football’ talking about Tucker,” Foster said, referring to Fox’s Chris Myers noting Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker had never missed an extra-point attempt in his career just seconds before Tucker missed his first in a 24-23 loss to New Orleans.“Come on, bro! Goodness, I’m tired of knocking on wood here.”Superstitious as that sounds — knock on wood — the Steelers know the next two games could determine their playoff fate, so they aren’t about to allow anyone to jinx their season. Before the Steelers can worry about their visit to the Baltimore Ravens next week, they have to do something we take for granted but they failed to do in the opener.Beat the Browns.JuJu Smith-Schuster project just getting started for SteelersBy: Jeremy Fowler, ESPNComing off a historic rookie year, JuJu Smith-Schuster set forth a three-point plan for a Year 2 leap:Work harder, learn the nuances of the Steelers’ offense and “never change for nobody” as a contact-craving playmaker.That process is going so well that the Steelers are looking for ways to keep challenging their 21-year-old budding star.While Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown still catalyze the passing game in Pittsburgh, Smith-Schuster has breezed straight past his No. 2 receiver role on his way to 1a.Smith-Schuster became the NFL’s youngest player to record 1 Womens Customized Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys ,000 total yards in 2017, and now he’s leading the Steelers in receptions (42) and yards (561). Image
Smith-Schuster is involved in most of the Steelers’ intermediate- to deep-ball packages and converts 66.7 percent of the passes thrown his way.”I’m just embracing it, having so much being out here,” Smith-Schuster said. “Those stardoms under my belt helps me a lot and I’m able to, you know, play with the big boys.”But with that stardom comes a delicate balance for the young playmaker. Veteran Darrius Heyward-Bey, considered a Yoda of sorts in the receiver room, said Smith-Schuster has shown he’s “pretty automatic” making plays when the ball is thrown his way but has much more room for growth.His message for Smith-Schuster is clear.”Don’t be content. Always think you can get better,” Heyward-Bey said. “You’re only in your second year. There’s so much more he needs to learn. He needs to continue to be a student of the game. He has the ability to make plays when the ball comes his way. Are you going to take those next leaps to run better routes, to get to your spots, know your ins and outs of the whole design of the play so we can put you in different positions?”During training camp, Heyward-Bey and Roethlisberger were among those having sideline talks with Smith-Schuster after plays went wrong. Veterans are heavily invested in his success because they understand his value, and they know what’s next -- more attention from defenses.Brown earns most of the bracket coverage, but Smith-Schuster has predicted “that’s coming” soon enough if he keeps wearing out slot corners. You know what my favorite thing was about the Steelers 52-21 victory over the Panthers at HeinzField on Thursday night? It wasn’t the 52 points. It wasn’t the blow-out. It wasn’t the perfect passer-rating posted by the future Hall of Fame passer. It wasn’t the five touchdown passes he recorded. It wasn’t the five sacks put on Cam Newton. It wasn’t Vince Williams’ pick-six. It wasn’t JuJu Smith-Schuster’s 75-yard touchdown. It wasn’t the savvy veteran tricks receiver Antonio Brown used on the young Panthers’ cornerback while getting separation on his 53-yard touchdown catch. It wasn’t even Rosie Nix’s forced fumble on a kickoff return. No, my favorite part of Thursday’s very enjoyable victory was the 18-yard run by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger late in the third quarter. And, no, it wasn’t because Carolina safety Eric Reid got bull-rushed by the offensive line and then ejected by the referee following his hit to a sliding Roethlisberger’s head at the tail-end of the run.So why did I love Roethlisberger’s run so much? Why did I get up and scream “Go Ben!” the second he eclipsed the 20-yard line and it looked like he was in the clear and on his way to a touchdown? Why would that touchdown have caused me to get evicted from my apartment for excessive noise at 11 p.m. (or, at the very least, earned me a visit from one of my neighbors, a la Mr. Heckles on Friends)? Because there’s just something about Roethlisberger, the man they call Big Ben thanks to his 6’5” , 240lb frame, running. And, no, I don’t mean his signature scrambling around in the pocket and making big men miss before making smaller men cry after losing track of their assignments downfield (that’s Hall of Fame-level special).I just get a kick out of it on a level once reserved for the 2004-2005 Jerome Bettis years, when the rounder than ever running back would bust out a rare run longer than 10 or 15 yards. There’s no question Roethlisberger has always been a great athlete, and when he does get to full speed, you can certainly see that. However, like your average commercial airplane, he needs a little bit of runway to get going. And while there is something magical and fluid about the way he avoids defenders in and around the pocket, there’s a bit of a lumber to the moves he puts on defenders in the open field. He seems to have to stop and gather himself for a second before switching directions. And I just love the way he pumps his arms, as if he knows he needs every piston working hard in-order to keep his big frame moving as fast as it can. Again, the athleticism is apparent in his runs, but so is the “big” in Big Ben. Speaking of size, Roethlisberger came into this season looking lighter and fitter than ever. Many joked and even seriously speculated that the 15-year veteran was motivated by the Steelers’ decision to select Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Maybe. Maybe not. But he is off to one of his best starts in years, statistically. This includes rushing yards; with 75 yards on the ground through nine games, Roethlisberger is well-on his way to having his best season running the ball since he put up 99 in 2013. Roethlisberger is enjoying great pass protection in 2018, which has undoubtedly led to greater health (knock on wood). He also appears to be the beneficiary of greater freedom thanks to new offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner, a man who doesn’t seem to mind his big quarterback doing things with his legs. Yes, that includes the return of the quarterback sneak. But “Running Ben” has also made a comeback in 2018, and it’s been a great sight to see. NFL Outlet
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