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Beaver County Times Feb 10, 2016
The phrase, “oh well, get ‘em next year” probably isn’t much consolation to Steelers fans right now, but it should be. Because it’s reasonable to assume that that is exactly what this team will do.
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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Feb 9, 2016
1. XLII — Giants 17, Patriots 14 Only thing that stood in the way of the Patriots’ perfection was David Tyree. 2. XLIII — Steelers ...
Denver Post Feb 8, 2016
The Broncos became the supreme defensive team in NFL postseason history by orange-squeezing three of the league's paramount offensive units — the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New England Patriots and, ultimately, the Carolina Panthers — and constraining Ben Roethlisberger, Tom Brady and Cam Newton to only three touchdowns, with just one passing.
New York Daily News Feb 8, 2016
It’s not going to be a Super season in 2016 for the Giants and Jets. So what else is new? At least it’s a return to normalcy.
Grand Rapids Press Feb 8, 2016
The Denver Broncos finished the regular season with a 12-4 record, but were underdogs their final two postseason games. And had Pittsburgh been closer to full strength in the divisional round, the Steelers may have been favored to get past...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 8, 2016
We have officially turned the page to the 2016 season, so where better to start than with the early Super Bowl 51 odds. The Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, and Pittsburgh Steelers lead the pack with 8-1 odds, and the Ravens are middle of the pack at 30-1, tied for 15th with the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills. These modest expectations make sense at this point, as the Ravens front office has much work to do before they will be considered in the playoff mix. But the return of Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco, former DPOY Terrell Suggs, and veteran wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. should...
Cat Scratch Reader Feb 8, 2016
Apparently Vegas sees a bright future for these Panthers in spite of an ugly loss in Super Bowl 50. These odds are courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV). Odds to win the 2017 Super Bowl Carolina Panthers 9/1 New England Patriots 9/1 Seattle Seahawks 9/1 Green Bay Packers 12/1 Pittsburgh Steelers 12/1 Arizona Cardinals 14/1 Dallas Cowboys 16/1 Denver Broncos 16/1 Cincinnati Bengals 20/1 Indianapolis Colts 25/1 Kansas City Chiefs 25/1 Minnesota Vikings 25/1 Atlanta Falcons 33/1 Baltimore Ravens 33/1 Buffalo Bills 33/1 Detroit Lions 33/1 New Orleans Saints...
Pats Pulpit Feb 9, 2016
The Denver Broncos proved in 2015 that in the playoffs an elite defense is a difference maker. What areas could the Patriots build up their defense in the future. The Denver Broncos managed to pull off an unlikely Super Bowl title after going through the Pittsburgh and New England gauntlet to reach the Super Bowl, breathing life back into the cliché that Defense wins championships. They did on the strength of their terrific pass rush that gave the Patriots, Steelers, and Panthers offensive line fits, especially in the final two games of their run. In the Broncos case, they have two...