Blake had one tackle (solo) in the Steelers' loss to the Broncos on Sunday. He finished the post season with two tackles and an interception. Blake co-led the team (Ross Cockrell) with 11 passes defended in 2015. He totaled 76 tackles (six solo), including one sack and a forced fumble, and had two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown. An unrestricted free agent, Blake set single season career highs in nearly every defensive category, recording his first sack and touchdown. He is one of eight defensive backs, 13 defensive players, and 29 players overall whose contract with Pittsburgh is up.
Blake totaled four tackles (all solo), including a sack in the Steelers' win over the Browns on Sunday. The Pittsburgh defense recorded seven sacks on the way to securing a playoff berth, including the first sack of Blake's NFL career in the second quarter.
Blake recorded a team-high nine tackles (eight solo) in the Steelers' 38-35 win against the Raiders on Sunday. Blake now leads Pittsburgh with 48 solo tackles, and his 58 total tackles is second only to Lawrence Timmons (63) on the team. Blake also had a forced a fumble, the second of his career, and will look to add to that total in Week 10 against Cleveland, which has a league worst 12 fumbles this season.
Blake had eight tackles (all solo) and an interception in Pittsburgh's Week 8 loss to Cincinnati. The interception, Blake's second of the season, came on a third-and-goal pass in the end zone, and was returned 42 yards. Blake now has two interceptions, a single-season career-high for the fourth-year defensive back.
Blake totaled 12 tackles (10 solo) and an interception in the Steelers' 25-13 win over the Cardinals on Sunday. This was the second straight big game for Blake, and his 12 tackles are a single-game career-high. He'll look to carry that momentum in to Pittsburgh's Week 7 matchup against Kansas City, who had averaged 110 rushing yards per game, but managed just 57 without Jamaal Charles (knee, IR) in Week 6.