Tag Archives: Pittsburgh Steelers

Hightower returns: The Patriots retain the face of a Super Bowl defense

By Sterling Pingree On Wednesday, Dont’a Hightower chose to remain with the New England Patriots instead of taking more money to leave for conference rivals the Jets or Steelers. (Even though the Jets broke out the big guns and bought him cupcakes for his birthday! How do you pass up cupcakes from a 5-win team? […]

DeVito’s Playoff Notebook: AFC/NFC Championship edition

By Mike DeVito Packers @ Falcons   The NFC championship brings us an exciting matchup between two of the best QB’s in the NFL. Aaron Rodgers has his team on an 8-game winning streak which includes two playoff wins against the New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys. Over the last two weeks Rodgers has […]

Ugly Super Bowls: why upsets can make the “Big Game” small

By Sterling Pingree   Upsets in sports are generally great because I think fans watch sports to root for their teams but also to be surprised. That’s why we love March Madness; we want the shocking upsets and the dramatic finishes. Upsets are great in the NCAA Tournament, but you know where they aren’t as […]

What Patriots fans should root for this weekend

By Matthew Cunha   In my 7,698 days of being a Boston sports fan, I have never felt as confident as I do in the Patriots upcoming divisional round game vs the Houston Texans. Even Las Vegas feels confident in their abilities, favoring the Pats a 16 points. Mark Paulette in his blog yesterday explained […]