Timmons recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) including a sack in Pittsburgh's 30-9 win over Cleveland on Sunday. With 73 tackles on the season, Timmons is on pace 117 on the season. He is also on pace to record four sacks, which would be his best season since 2012. On a day when the Steelers lost their quarterback in the first four minutes and the running game struggled to get anything going, Timmons and the entire Pittsburgh defense came up big, recording 6 sacks and 3 turnovers.
Timmons had 10 tackles (seven solo) including a Â¿ sack in the Steelers' 23-13 loss to the Chiefs. This was a relatively quiet game for the Steelers' defense, which failed to record a turnover and totaled just two sacks. It won't get any easier in Week 9 against the Bengals, who have allowed just six sacks in six games this season.
Timmons totaled six tackles (four solo) and an interception in the Steelers' 25-13 win over the Cardinals on Sunday. The interception was the first of the season for Timmons, and his first since 2013. The six tackles were his lowest in a game since Week 1, but he still leads the team with 44 on the season.
Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons totaled seven tackles (two solo) in Pittsburgh's 12-6 win over St. Louis Sunday. Through the first three games of the season, Timmons has failed to record a sack. Things won't get any easier for him in Week 4 when the Steelers face the Ravens, who have not allowed a sack in either of their last two games.
In order to retire with the team, Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons said he would be willing to renegotiate his contract, reports ESPN.com. "I've been here for nine years, I've got a house here, I'd like to keep that house," he said. "I've got a family here that loves it." Timmons, 29, has played his entire eight-year career with the Steelers. He said the key to staying with the Steelers will be his performance on the field. "Week in and week out, you have to come with it," Timmons said. "This game is unforgiving. I love the competition. I feel I'm a great competitor."