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Week 2 in coverage: Burns: 31 snaps, 4 targets, 4 receptions allowed, 85 yards, two touchdowns Sensabaugh: 16 snaps, 1 target, 1 reception, 8 yards allowed
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 21
No WR has more receiving yards when lined up in the slot this year than JuJu Smith-Schuster. He has 207 yards from the slot, and the next closest receiver is Jarvis Landry (180 in 3 games). JuJu has lined up in the slot on 87.6% of the plays in which he ran a route.
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 21
The have allowed the most deep passing yards in the NFL through two weeks. Who are the next two teams on the list? The Bucs last two opponents. Our preview team takes a look at this and more in this week's matchup preview for Monday night:
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 20
5 out of the 8 analysts here believe the pick up their first win in TB. For PFF Greenline picks and point spreads backed by our data:
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 20
QB Ben Roethlisberger ranked near the top of the NFL in average depth of target under pressure last season (10.6 yards). In 20 pressured attempts this season, it is even higher at 12.75 yards per attempt.
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 20
James Conner is the only NFL RB through 2 weeks to have 10 or more targets and receptions on all of his targets.
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 20
20 PFF stats to know after Week 2 in the NFL: "Antonio Brown forced four missed tackles after the catch on Sunday, leading the league’s receivers. After two weeks, he’s now forced or avoided five missed tackles to also lead the NFL." Full article ⬇️
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 19
QB Ben Roethlisberger did not have much success going deep against the Chiefs on Sunday. 11 of his 60 attempts traveled 20 or more yards downfield against KC, and on those attempts, he completed only one pass.
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 18
Matt Wile's punting grade for MIN through 2 weeks: 75.9 (2nd) Jordan Berry's punting grade through 2 weeks: 49.8 (last)
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 17
TE Jesse James makes the PFF Team of the Week for Week 2. The top graded were: Jesse James - 91.1 Cam Heyward - 76.6 JuJu Smith-Schuster - 74.5 B.J. Finney - 70.0 Morgan Burnett - 68.0
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 16
Last season, Chris Boswell went 9-10 on field goals from 40-49 yards in the regular season. This year, he is now 0-2.
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Pro Football Focus Sep 15
Two high powered offenses. Who wins between Kansas City and Pittsburgh tomorrow?
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Pro Football Focus Sep 14
Steelers linebacker Vince Williams led all linebackers with seven tackles resulting in a defensive stop against the run last week.
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 13
How did key 2018 replacements for retired/injured players fare around the NFL in Week 1? It was a good start for new LB Jon Bostic in his first start for the . 📰:
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 13
Replying to @LedyardNFLDraft @PFF
4 of the 8 were unblocked
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 13
Your leader in Week 1 pressures by an edge defender...Bud Dupree!
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 13
Last season, QB Ben Roethlisberger used play action on only 9.5% of his dropbacks. The next lowest QB was Josh McCown with 13.0%. In Week 1 Roethlisberger's play action % rose to 17.0% which ranked 24th in the NFL.
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Pro Football Focus Sep 12
The PFF ELO Power Rankings heading into Week 2:
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 11
S Sean Davis played 79 snaps at FS on Sunday, easily the most of any game in his career. Davis also had the highest game grade this week of any game in his career (83.1).
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PFF PIT Steelers Sep 11
Replying to @kanozie80
Run defense, coverage, pass rushing, tackling and any penalties all get factored in. Bostic had a strong game against the run with 4 run stops, but he also played much better in coverage than during the preseason. He allowed just 4 receiving yards on 3 targets against.
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