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The Steelers 2010 season was threatened at every turn by injuries. Willie Colon was shelved before the games even started, Max Starks and Aaron Smith each suffered season-ending injuries, and at one point the team's top four offensive tackles were out of action at the same time.
02/15/2011 - 18:43
David Golebiewski
Long-time NFL assistant reunited with Whisenhunt
02/09/2011 - 19:24
PSR Staff
Aaron Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns, leading the Green Bay Packers over the Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV and claiming the game's MVP honors in the process.
02/06/2011 - 23:19
Kenneth Torgent
Ben Roethlisberger threw two interceptions, including a pick-six, and Rashard Mendenhall had a costly fumble just as it seemed the Steelers were about to take the lead. Instead, the Lombardi Trophy has returned to Green Bay.
02/06/2011 - 23:16
Ellis G. Cannon
Two aggressive, blitzing defenses. Rodgers vs. Roethlisberger. Spread offenses and smashmouth football. After two weeks of hype and talk, the 2010 season comes down to 60 minutes of football on Sunday evening in Dallas. PSR's Tony DeFazio breaks it down.
02/06/2011 - 00:18
Tony DeFazio
The old adage, that “defense wins championships,” appears to ring true once again. The Steelers and Packers were first and second, respectively, in points allowed during the regular season (14.5 and 15.0) and sacks (48 and 47).
02/04/2011 - 20:58
Kenneth Torgent
It's almost game day in Dallas. Two great defenses that mirror one another. Two great quarterbacks who extend plays and thrive on chaos. Two of the NFL's most storied--and most successful--franchises. The two most passionate fan bases in the country. On Sunday at 6:29 PM, the Steelers and Packers finally meet in Super Bowl XLV.
02/03/2011 - 22:01
Kenneth Torgent
Craig Wolfley is a 12-year veteran of the NFL who played 10 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and two years with the Minnesota Vikings. PSR editor Tony DeFazio chatted with Wolf before the Super Bowl.
02/02/2011 - 23:35
Tony DeFazio
The Steelers and Packers--and an ice storm--descended upon North Texas, as well as 5,000 of their closest friends. Media from across the globe were on hand as players and coaches from both sides had plenty to say.
02/01/2011 - 22:50
Tony DeFazio
The NFL's two most storied franchises finally square off for the league's championship when the Steelers and Packers square off in Super Bowl XLV Sunday in Arlington, TX. No team has more Super Bowl Championships than the Steelers' six; the Packers have three Super Bowl Titles and nine NFL Championships overall.
01/31/2011 - 22:07
Tony DeFazio
Here’s a prediction for Super Bowl XLV: Pain and suffering. The loved ones of quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers may want to hide their eyes when the Steelers and Packers collide at Cowboys Stadium for Super Bowl XLV.
01/30/2011 - 21:08
Jerry DiPaola
In Oakland, a head coach that pulled off a clean-sweep of his division was pushed out of town. In Cincinnati, the owner and coach squabble while a talented team struggles to co-exist on and off the field. In Pittsburgh, stability reigns as the hometown Steelers, who some pronounced “dead in the water” before the season, are headed to their third Super Bowl in the last six years.
01/26/2011 - 00:14
Kenneth Torgent
PSR's James Santelli takes a look at issues around the league, including two former top draft picks about to hit the open market, the Super Bowl, TV and the 2010 All-Pro Team.
01/25/2011 - 20:20
James Santelli
For the third time in six seasons, Pittsburgh's going to the Super Bowl. The Steelers dominated the first half and held off a brilliant Jets rally in the second half of a 24-19 victory for the AFC championship. The Steelers will face Green Bay in Dallas in Super Bowl 45 in two weeks.
01/23/2011 - 23:10
Kenneth Torgent
Aaron Rodgers ran for a score and made a TD-saving tackle in leading the Green Bay Packers into the Super Bowl with a bone-jarring 21-14 victory Sunday over Chicago.
01/23/2011 - 23:02
David Golebiewski
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