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Do you agree with the Steelers going for 2 after almost every touchdown?

Should the Steelers keep going for two?

Should the Steelers keep going for two?

The Steelers became the first team to try at least four two-point conversions without converting any since the two-point attempt was introduced to NFL in 1994. The six two-point tries between Pittsburgh and Dallas tied for the second most combined two-point attempts in a game (7 in Week 14, 2013 between Detroit and Philadelphia), according to the NFL website.

Tomlin’s team was 14 for 17 on two-point attempts over the past three seasons before Sunday’s 0-for. Mike Tomlin says they will keep going for two, but do you agree?

“We want to be aggressive,” Tomlin said, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “That’s not out of line with our personality. Not only recently, but in recent years.”

I want to know what you think? Do you agree with going for 2 all the time?

 

Antonio Brown’s cleats for this week are amazing 

Veteran’s deserve way more praise than they are given, and that is why Antonio Brown the Steelers wide out plans on wearing these custom Pat Tillman spike for the game this week.

With it being Veteran’s day, why not support the Troops as well as an NFL icon.

Antonio Brown will honor his Father “AFL” legend “Touchdown” Eddie Brown

Antonio Brown is honoring his Father Touchdown Eddie Brown this week

Antonio Brown is honoring his Father Touchdown Eddie Brown this week

This week Antonio Brown will honor his Father Touchdown Eddie Brown. Brown’s Father spent his entire professional playing career with the Albany/Indiana Firebirds of the Arena Football League. 

Brown is a legend in the Arena game and was inducted into the AFL Hall of Fame. 

Career highlights and awards
  • 3× First Team All-Arena (1994, 1996, 1999)
  • AFL MVP (1994)
  • 2× AFL Offensive Player of the Year (1996, 1999)
  • Second Team All-Arena (1998)
  • ArenaBowl champion (XIII)
  • AFL 15th Anniversary Team (2001)
  • AFL’s 20 Greatest Players #1 (2006)
  • Arena Football Hall of Fame inductee (2011)
  • AFL’s 25 Greatest Players #2 (2012) 

Bart Scott called Big Ben a “Drama King” so Big Ben responded

Big Ben is not happy with Bart Scott's Drama King comment

Big Ben is not happy with Bart Scott’s Drama King comment

Former NFL linebacker and current CBS analyst Bart Scott insinuated on Sunday that Roethlisberger fakes his injuries and called him a “Drama King”.  Well Big Ben was not to happy about the comments.

Roethlisberger finished the game against the Dolphins after suffering a knee injury. It was later revealed that he suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee, but Scott felt at the time that Roethlisberger was faking. Well Big Ben fired back today.

“What did I do to deserve that? All I’ve ever done is keep playing and keep my mouth shut,” he said, via Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “You just have to shrug that stuff off. But I would tell him to go see John [Norwig] our trainer and check out my medical file. It’s pretty thick. You can’t make that stuff up.”

Ben Roethlisberger could miss 4-6 weeks after surgery on his knee

Big Ben is listed at 241 pounds, but Patriots coach Bill Belichick does not want to hear it

Big Ben could miss 4-6 weeks

The Pittsburgh Steelers were red hot and now could be headed down a horrible path. According to Chris Mortensen the star quarterback could miss 4-6 weeks after undergoing knee surgery.

Here are their next six games:

Sun, Oct 23
vs
Patriots
 
4:25 PM
 
 
Sun, Nov 6
@
Ravens
 
1:00 PM
 
 
Sun, Nov 13
vs
Cowboys
 
4:25 PM
 
 
Sun, Nov 20
@
Browns
 
1:00 PM
 
 
Thu, Nov 24
@
Colts
 
8:30 PM
 
 
Sun, Dec 4
vs
Giants
 
4:25 PM
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