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Welcome to week 11 of the college football season.
This weeks top 25 match ups Customized Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys , highlighted by Miss. St at Alabama.No. 8 Ohio State at No. 24 Michigan State; noon FOXNo. 18 Mississippi State at No. 1 Alabama; 3:30 CBSNo. 2 Clemson at No. 17 Boston College; 8:00 ABCThere is also a game at Heinz Field on Saturday involving the ACC Coastal Division leading Pitt Panthers and the Hokies of Va. Tech. A win on Saturday doesn’t guarantee anything for Pitt but who, and be honest, thought the Panthers had any shot at ACC championship gamethis year. Many were calling for Narduzzi’s to be fired, but would a championship game save his job. Personally I love the guy and hope he gets a shot a Clemson. Va Tech at Pittsburgh 3:30 ESPNU This weeks highlight game: No. 18 Mississippi State at No. 1 Alabama; 3:30 CBSAlabama Crimson Tide Ross Pierschbacher #71 C 6’4” 309Lester Cotton #66 Lester Cotton G 6’4” 325Jonah Williams #73 OL 6’5” 301Irv Smith Jr. #82 TE 6’4” 241Damien Harris #34 RB 5’11” 213Terrell Lewis #24 LB 6’5” 256Isaiah Buggs #49 DL 6’5” 286Raekwon Davis #99 DL 6’7” 316Anfernee Jennings #33 LB 6’3” 266Mack Wilson #30 LB 6’2” 239Deionte Thompson #14 S 6’2’ 196Christian Miller OLB #47 6’4” 244Mississippi State BulldogsNick Fitzgerald QB #76’4” 230Elgton Jenkins C #74 6’4” 313Darryl Williams G #73 6’2” 310Aeris Williams RB #266’1” 215Jeffery Simmons DL #94 6’4” 300Leo Lewis LB #10 6’1” 235Johnathan Abram S #38 6’ 215Jamal Peters CB #2 6’2” 218Montez Sweat Edge #9 6’6” 245Crimson Tide BreakdownIDL Quinnen WilliamsWilliams came out of nowhere from before this season, but he has made everyone take notice. I am starting to think this guy is not just the biggest riser, but also the best player in the draft. His hands are the best I have seen since Aaron Donald, and he is just so strong. He toys with everyone he faces and goes straight into the backfield with ease. Anything move you think he would want, he has it. He has a swim, rip, cross chop, club and it is all just beautiful. He plays with great pad level, and due to that, his fantastic first step is just so overpowered.His run defense is actually better, as he can just make about as many TFLs as you want to see, or his gap discipline is the best in the country, too. WIlliams is a complete prospect and is can’t miss star.Round Grade: Top 3NFL Comparison: Geno AtkinsTE Irv SmithHere is a guy with an athletic background, and boy does it ever show. Smith can fly for a tight end and makes some incredible catches with his extensive catch radius. He is super smart and can catch any ball in traffic if you want him to. Those hands are strong and he so easily turns catches into huge plays just off of his speed. He is actually an underrated blocker, but just is not strong enough yet to be a great one.His contested catch ability is somewhat lacking, which is concerning given his catch radius, and with less than ideal route running technique www.authenticspittsburghsteelers.com , Smith will need a good deal of time to refine his game. Add on top of that how raw of a blocker he is, and I expect Smith to be a day 2 type of project at TE.Round Grade: Early 3rdNFL Comparison: Chris HerndonILB Mack WilsonThe early ideal draft pick for the Steelers is Mack WIlson. This guy is a dude who can fly from sideline-to-sideline and not lose a step. His ability to work through traffic and evade blocks up front is some of the most impressive of his traits. No one is catching Wilson once he recognizes the play and comes flying downhill, as he is a rather sure-tackler too. His processing has been great, and man is he ever good in coverage. He can keep up with just about anyone on the field and have great coverage.The one knock on him is over-pursuing, which seems to be common for all athletic ILBs for some reason. Wilson needs to keep his angles tight in order to counteract that. Round Grade: Top 5NFL Comparison: Deion JonesBulldog BreakdownEDGE Montez SweatSweat has shown some fantastic improvement this year. His pad level has dramatically improved and his hips have loosened up, and it shows with how much bend he now has. The guy can bend as long as he uses his quick first step and gets those hands going. He likes the cross chop-rip combo, and it has worked well. His counter moves continue to improve as well.His run defense could use work, as he needs to set the edge better and then disengage too. That would be his one clear weakness, as a lot of runs are too his side, and man sometimes they go for a very, very long while, unfortunately. Round Grade: Mid 1stNFL Comparison: Ryan KerriganIOL Elgton JenkinsThis guy is a huge sleeper in terms of offensive linemen. He is way more polished than people realize. His hands are great. The placement is just as good as you could get and he shows out every time he is bull rushed or tested. His hips are so loose and he can get up to the second level easily due to it. His processing of stunts in pass protection are also great.He is not a great athlete, or entirely strong, the latter of which can be worked upon, but the biggest concern is a slightly narrow base. That allows the better IDL to beat him inside with rips and catch him off balance. He can still pull well with the lack of athletic traits, but he unfortunately can get evaded easier than one would like to see.Round Grade: Mid 3rdNFL Comparison: John SullivanSleepersUMass WR Andy Isabella #23Isabella is really quick type of guy that has great slot receiver traits. He is the type of receiver to completely dice up a defense based off of that quickness alone. He is precise and smart out of that slot too. His route tree is huge and he is super precise with his breaks and routes. He finds the open spots in the zone rather easily and has strong hands to make catches in traffic. His body control is also great.Of course, he is quick, but not fast and has yet to show he can truly be a great outside guy, which would relegate him to slot only. His contested catch ability is not very good and if he does not get separation there is a big issue. His release needs works and he can get caught up in press too often.Round Grade: Mid 3rdNFL Comparison: Danny AmendolaWyoming EDGE Carl Granderson #91I really like Granderson’s ability to bend around the edge and use his hands to maintain that leverage. His hands are violent and really tough to counter. His cross chop-rip combo is near unstoppable and he even has a spin to win inside. His run defense is spectacular and this year he has started to play lower and implement some bull rushing.He needs a better first step, no doubt Pittsburgh Steelers T-Shirt , and his speed-to-power conversion needs work for said bull rush to be any of significance. He is not very athletic so that step will never be explosive, but the processing and quickness have to come with it, simply put. He also needs to get stronger to maintain gap discipline inside on the run.Round Grade: Mid 4thNFL Comparison: Nate Orchard...Let us know what games your watching and who you have your eye on this Saturday. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ season is over, but if you think the news surrounding the black-and-gold is over — think again. For the drama-filled Steelers, things are just heating up, and this is where the daily links article comes in. You might have missed some key news, and we fill you in and give you the latest, and sometimes greatest, news surrounding the Steelers.Today in the Black-and-gold links article we take a look at how difficult it would be to make an all-time Super Bowl roster for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some players and position are slam dunks. No one is going to do it better than ‘Mean’ Joe Greene, but what about quarterback? Terry Bradshaw or Ben Roethlisberger?Let us know who would make your all-time Super Bowl roster in the comments below!Let’s get to the news:Tim Benz: The definitive all-Steelers Super Bowl rosterBy: Time Benz, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewSuper Sunday is this weekend. Without the Pittsburgh Steelers. Again.But that doesn’t mean we haven’t had our fair share.Eight of ‘em, in fact.So, it’s time for us to do what we do best in Pittsburgh when the Super Bowl doesn’t involve the Steelers. We just flash back to the ones that did.In an effort to bask in the past, I tried to come up with a Steelers all-time, all-Super Bowl team.These selections were made based on how the players played in the actual Super Bowl games themselves. Not their careers or their play in the season leading up to the big games.And it was way harder to do than I thought.QuarterbackNeil O’Donnell.Just kidding.Obviously, it’s Terry Bradshaw or Ben Roethlisberger. And almost as obviously, it’s Bradshaw.This is one of the few achievements Bradshaw still holds over Roethlisberger. Bradshaw won four of those games. He was the MVP twice. Only Joe Montana, Jim Plunkett and Russell Wilson have better career passer ratings in Super Bowls.Only Tom Brady (18) and Montana (11) have more career passing touchdowns than Bradshaw (9). And Bradshaw’s 11.1 yards per pass in Super Bowls are still tops in the history of the game.Despite Roethlisberger’s game-saving heroics at the end of Super Bowl XLIII, he was only so-so in Super Bowl XLV (25 for 40, 263 yards Pittsburgh Steelers Hats , two touchdowns, two interceptions).And Ben was just flat-out bad in Super Bowl XL (9 for 21, 123 yards, no touchdowns, two interceptions). Actually, Antwaan Randle El threw the best pass that day.At least the Steelers still won.Running backRashard Mendenhall.Got you again.Of course, it’s Franco Harris. Over four games, his 101 carries and 354 yards and Super Bowl IX MVP are the stuff of legend. He’s the Super Bowl career leader in both categories.Sorry Willie Parker.(For more, click the link in the headline...)A special honor for CowherBy: Teresa Varley, Steelers.comFormer Steelers Coach Bill Cowher received the Pat Summerall Award at the Legends of Charity Dinner held in Atlanta, an event that benefitted the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.“It is a true honor to receive the Pat Summerall Award. Pat was an icon. He was a special broadcaster and even better person,” said Cowher. “I grew up watching him and it is humbling to be in the elite company of the previous recipients.”Cowher spent 15 seasons at the helm for the Steelers, including leading the team to a victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL. Cowher retired from coaching in 2007, and went on to become a studio analyst for the NFL Today on CBS. It’s that work in the studio that Cowher was honored for.“I watch him quite a bit on there,” said Jerome Bettis, the Hall of Fame running back who flourished under Cowher. “Just like he did with our team, he adds that calmness, that stablility they need on the show. A couple of guys go here, go there, off the rails.“He is stable. He breaks it down Pittsburgh Steelers Hoodie , explains to you what is going in terms you understand. That is who coach has been his whole career, he always explained it to us in a way we can understand. That is what coach is doing now, he is just appealing to the masses and not just us.”Calmness. Yes Bettis used that to describe Cowher. Not something many would expect, but something that is fitting.“When you are trying to get across to guys you have to talk a certain way,” said Bettis. “He is one way behind the scenes when it was time for him to be a teacher. There was another side when he had to be a fiery coach on the sideline because that’s when his energy came out, his passion showed. On television he is doing more teaching and explaining than coaching, so every now and then you see him get fired up.”Cowher is the 14th recipient of the award and while Bettis loves to see what he is doing on camera, it was his time coaching the Steelers that will always special.(For more, click the link in the headline...)VIDEO: JuJu Smith-Schuster opens up about team’s dramaClick HERE to watch the video.Cowher on Faneca: ‘He led the way’By: Teresa Varley, Steelers.comFormer Steelers guard Alan Faneca is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019. The class will be revealed on Saturday during the NFL Honors show.Throughout the week Steelers.com will be highlighting Faneca as his quest for a Gold Jacket closes in.Today Bill Cowher shares why the six-time first-team All-Pro should be in the Hall of Fame.It’s hard to measure statistics for an offensive lineman, but there is one for former Steelers guard Alan Faneca that clearly stands out.Six time first-team All-Pro selection. Not once, not twice, but six times.It’s a number you can’t ignore. It’s a number Hall of Fame voters can’t ignore.Faneca is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019, and the do-it-all guard has every right to be alongside the greatest ever to play the game.“As a left guard one of the staple running plays we had with him was pulling right and he paved the way for a lot of the runs Jerome Bettis had, especially late in games,” said Bill Cowher, one of his former coaches. “We knew if we ran left we ran behind him, if we ran right we pulled him. We always found a way to make sure he was at the point of attack when we ran a running play.”(For more, click the link in the headline...) Custom Philadelphia Eagles Jerseys

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