Pittsburgh Steelers

Stadium: Heinz Field | Coach: Mike Tomlin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense7th110.0 (14th)262.6 (5th)
Defense12th100.0 (13th)242.6 (16th)

Schedule

Mon Sep 12
W 38 - 16at WAS
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Sun Sep 18
W 24 - 16CIN
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Sun Sep 25
L 34 - 3at PHI
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Sun Oct 2
W 43 - 14KC
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Sun Oct 9
W 31 - 13NYJ
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Sun Oct 16
L 30 - 15at MIA
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Sun Oct 23
L 27 - 16NE
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Sun Nov 6
L 21 - 14at BAL
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Sun Nov 13
L 35 - 30DAL
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Sun Nov 20
W 24 - 9at CLE
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Thu Nov 24
W 28 - 7at IND
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Sun Dec 4
W 24 - 14NYG
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Sun Dec 11
W 27 - 20at BUF
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Sun Dec 18
W 24 - 20at CIN
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Sun Dec 25
W 31 - 27BAL
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Sun Jan 1
W 27 - 24CLE
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Sun Jan 8
W 30 - 12MIA
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Sun Jan 15
W 18 - 16at KC
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Sun Jan 22
L 36 - 17at NE
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Standings

AFC
North
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Pittsburgh11-5-05-1-0
Baltimore8-8-04-2-0
Cincinnati6-9-13-3-0
Cleveland1-15-00-6-0
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Steelers' Le'Veon Bell: Doesn't have timetable at moment
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said the team does not have a rehab timetable for Bell (groin), the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Gerry Dulac reports. "Our goal is to have [Bell] 100 percent for the 2017 season," Colbert said.

Bell had surgery March 13 to repair the core muscle injury that left him sidelined for most of the AFC championship game. He also received the Steelers' franchise tag earlier this offseason, with the two sides hoping to reach a long-term agreement while Bell recovers from his surgery. There's still plenty of time before the July 15 deadline, and Bell's rehab process isn't expected to interfere with his Week 1 availability. While the current injury shouldn't have too much impact on negotiations, the Steelers can't ignore that their star running back has missed 20 of a possible 70 games since entering the league in 2013.

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Steelers' Tyson Alualu: Signs with Steelers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Steelers have signed Alualu, the team's official site reports.

Alualu, who the Jaguars made the 10th pick overall in the 2010 NFL draft, bolsters the Steelers' defensive line depth, with his ability to play both tackle and end an asset in that regard. In 14 games last season, the 6-foot-3, 304-pound Alualu -- who turns 30 in May -- recorded 37 tackles and 2.5 sacks.

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Steelers' Coty Sensabaugh: Joins Steelers secondary
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sensabaugh (ankle) signed a two-year contract with the Steelers on Monday.

Sensabaugh averaged about 42 tackles while making 27 starts for the Titans over his first four seasons, but then split time between the Rams and Giants last year. In joining the Steelers, the 28-year-old Sensabaugh figures to compete for the team's nickel cornerback job.

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Steelers' Knile Davis: Inks deal with Steelers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Davis signed with the Steelers on Monday.

Davis joins Pittsburgh after a season in which he was traded from the Chiefs to the Packers, then rejoined Kansas City after being waived by both Green Bay and the Jets. A third-round pick in 2013, Davis has long drawn intrigue for his combination of size and speed, but his career average of 3.2 yards on 250 carries tells the real story of his ability. Although DeAngelo Williams' status as a free agent leaves an opening behind Le'Veon Bell (groin) in the Steelers' high-powered offense, Davis' lack of recent production is something fantasy owners shouldn't overlook.

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Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Leaning toward playing another season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Roethlisberger acknowledged Friday that he is leaning toward playing another season, the Washington Observer-Reporter reports.

Shortly after Pittsburgh was eliminated from the playoffs, Roethlisberger said it was prudent to make sure he really wants to continue playing. It would still be a huge surprise if the 35-year-old retired, as he was seemingly just trying to say that he's at the point of his career when it makes sense to at least start thinking about the end. Considering he has a sizable contract and a strong supporting cast, Roethlisberger has ample reason to stick around for at least another year or two. He does take more of a beating than the typical quarterback, which could ultimately lead to retirement before the quality of his play drastically declines..

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