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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    [HIGH-LIGHT]INJURY REPORT[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    The good news for the Steelers on the injury front is that TE Heath Miller will play after missing the past two games due to a concussion … However, the Steelers will be without SS Troy Polamalu for the second straight game. Polamalu has a lower leg injury that’s affecting his ankle, Achilles’ tendon and calf … DE Aaron Smith will miss his eighth straight game with a torn triceps.

    For the Panthers, FB Tony Fiammetta (ankle) is out, CB Chris Gamble (ankle) is listed as doubtful while DE Tyler Brayton (hip) is questionable.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]QUOTEWORTHY[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    "No, not after you get your butts whipped the week before. Everyone is excited to get back out there. We were ready to play the next day (after losing to the Jets).”

    - Steelers LB James Farrior when asked if it’s hard to play a Thursday night game this late in the season

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    Steelers-Panthers key matchups

    [HIGH-LIGHT]JOHNSON vs. ADAMS[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    One of the bright spots for the hapless Panthers this year has been the play of Charles Johnson, their left defensive end. A back-up for his first three pro seasons he’s started all 14 games for the Panthers as the replacement for Julius Peppers.

    Peppers, the second overall pick of the 2002 draft, had been the Panthers’ best player in their first 15 years of existence. Over the past eight seasons, Peppers recorded 81 sacks for Carolina. But after the 2009 season, Peppers wanted out of Carolina and signed a free-agent deal with the Chicago Bears.

    Johnson, a third-round pick in 2007, has 9.5 sacks this season (that’s 1.5 more than Peppers). Tonight, the 24-year-old Johnson will line up across Flozell Adams, the Steelers’ 35-year-old right tackle. Adams has been hobbled at times this season with a nagging sprained ankle. But he’s yet to miss a start and has played well, especially when run blocking.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]STEWART vs. STEELERS’ RUN DEFENSE[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    In the days leading up to the 2008 NFL Draft, there was speculation that the Steelers might take Jonathan Stewart. He's a big back at 5-foot-11 and 235 pounds with the build of a fullback and the speed of a sprinter. As a junior at Oregon, he rushed for 1,722 yards and was considered college football's most complete back.

    But Stewart didn’t last until pick 23 of the first round when the Steelers drafted Rashard Mendenhall. Stewart was taken by Carolina at No. 13.

    During his first two years as a pro, Stewart teamed with DeAngelo Williams, a first-round pick the ’06 draft, to give the Panthers a “Smash and Dash” tandem at running back. Last year, Williams (1,117) and Stewart (1,133) became the first teammates to both surpass 1,100 rushing yards in the same season.

    But after Williams was placed on injured reserve on Nov. 17 with a foot sprain, Stewart has been the Panthers’ primary runner. In his last three starts, he’s rushed for 92, 133 and 137 yards, respectively.

    Stewart will be hard-pressed to rush for 100 again tonight. The Steelers, who rank first in the NFL in rushing defense, have only allowed one running back to surpass 100 yards in their last 48 games.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]CLAUSEN vs. STEELERS’ PASS DEFENSE[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    Jimmy Clausen, the former Notre Dame star, is having a brutal rookie season. He’s playing for a very bad team with a lame-duck coach. A starter in eight games, he ranks last in the NFL with a 59.1 passer rating. He’s only thrown two touchdown passes but seven interceptions. Of the 43 times Carolina quarterbacks have been sacked, Clausen has been taken down 26 times.

    And tonight he faces the vaunted Steelers’ defense that’s first in the leaue in fewest touchdowns allowed (19), tied for third in sacks (40) and tied for fourth in fewest TD passes allowed (14).

    This past Sunday, Clausen was able to experience his first pro win as the Panthers beat the struggling Arizona Cardinals (4-10). But that was at home against a very bad team. Tonight under wintry conditions on the North Shore, Clausen faces a Steelers team still fuming about the way it lost Sunday to the New York Jets. As the Steelers continue their bid to win the AFC North, they want to first stop the run and then make life miserable for Clausen.

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Steelers-Panthers Five Questions[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    Will C.J. Davis get to play tonight against the Steelers?

    Davis, a former West Allegheny High School star who later played Pitt, is the Panthers’ backup right guard. Since he was signed Nov. 17, he’s played in a limited capacity the past five games.

    Last year, Davis signed with Carolina as an undrafted free agent, but spent his rookie season on injured reserve with an ankle injury. This year, Davis was again placed on IR, but this time right after suffering a training camp concussion. A few days later, he agreed to an injury settlement and it appeared his days with the Panthers were over.

    But on Nov. 1, Davis was re-signed to Panthers’ practice squad. Sixteen days later, he was promoted to the active roster.

    Davis, who wears No. 71, is one of three former Pitt O-linemen on Carolina’s roster. The others are tackle Jeff Otah, who’s on injured reserve (knee), and Rob Petitti, the backup right tackle.

    Who’s the Panthers’ backup quarterback?

    Brian St. Pierre, the Steelers fifth-round pick in the 2003 NFL Draft.

    An eighth-year pro, St. Pierre spent the 2003-2004 and 2006-2007 seasons with the Steelers. From 2008-2009, he was with the Arizona Cardinals.

    This year, it seemed St. Pierre’s pro career was over until Nov. 11 when he was signed to Carolina’s practice squad. On Nov. 16, he was promoted to the active roster after Jimmy Clausen sustained a concussion in a loss to Tampa Bay. A week later, St. Pierre made his first NFL start in a 37-13 loss to Baltimore. In that game, he completed 13 of 28 passes for 173 yards, one TD and two interceptions. His passer rating that day was 56.2.

    Is there any chance Bill Cowher will be the Panthers’ next head coach?

    Because he owns a home in Raleigh, N.C., it would seem that Cowher, the ex-Steelers coach, would be an obvious successor to John Fox if he is fired as expected.

    However, there are no guarantees that Cowher is ready to end his four-year run as a CBS-TV pro football analyst. Plus, there have been reports that he’d be interested in coaching only the New York Giants, Houston Texans or Miami Dolphins. Oddly enough, neither of those teams have a vacancy right now.

    When is Aaron Smith going to play again?

    When Smith tore a triceps muscle in the Oct. 24 win in Miami, there was hope the Steelers’ veteran defensive end would play in tonight’s game against Carolina, but that is not going to happen. Smith keeps making progress, the Steelers say. For example, he’s able to lift weights again. However, Smith has yet to practice.

    In all likelihood, Smith will return when the Steelers play their first postseason game, which could be the weekend of Jan. 15-16 if they win the AFC North.

    How did some of the Steelers’ stars fare in the fans portion of the Pro Bowl votes?

    Three Steeler defensive players were among the top vote-getters at their respective positions: outside linebacker James Harrison, strong safety Troy Polamalu and linebacker Keyaron Fox as a special teams player. With 530,155 votes, Polamalu received more votes than any other defensive player in the league.

    Among all rookies, Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey was third behind Detroit defensive lineman Ndamukong Su and St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford.

    The AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters are determined via three-way vote among fans, players and coaches. Player and coaches cast their ballots Wednesday and today. Rosters for the NFL’s annual all-star game will be announced Tuesday.

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    When Panthers have the ball: Despite season-ending injuries to RT Jeff Otah, LG Travelle Wharton and RB DeAngelo Williams, they have averaged 152 yards rushing in the past six games. The load has been split by Jonathan Stewart (668 yards) and Mike Goodson (435), though Stewart is the featured back. They face the NFL's No. 1 rush defense that has allowed just one 100-yard rusher in the past 48 regular-season games. The Steelers allowed a season-high 106 yards to the Jets, but they didn't allow a run longer than 11 yards. They have allowed just one run of 20 yards or longer this season, fewest in the NFL. Rookie QB Jimmy Clausen threw his first two touchdown passes against the Cardinals, but has had difficulty getting the ball to WR Steve Smith, who has a team-high 43 catches but only two touchdowns.

    When Steelers have the ball: Ben Roethlisberger has thrown only one interception in the past five games, but he also has just two TD passes in the past four. The Panthers rank 12th in total defense in the NFL and have been aggressive in pass coverage, intercepting 17 passes -- eighth most in the NFL -- led by S Charles Godfrey (5). Their biggest concern will be WR Mike Wallace, who has 23 catches for 256 yards in the past three game. The Panthers will try to get pressure with DE Charles Johnson (9 1/2 sacks). RB Rashard Mendenhall had his first 100-yard rushing game at home since the season opener against the Falcons and averaged 5.9 yards per attempt against the Jets. Mendenhall has 10 runs of 20 yards or longer -- only three backs have more -- and will be facing a team that allows an average of 126.2 ypg. Jon Beason has been moved back to middle linebacker after spending the first eight games at weakside LB. He leads the team with 138 tackles.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Keep an eye on[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    LT Jordan Gross ... The eighth overall pick in the 2003 draft, he was a first--team All-Pro in 2008. He will be matched against OLB James Harrison, who leads the Steelers with 10 sacks -- fifth among linebackers in the AFC. Harrison does not have a sack in the past three games. The Panthers have allowed 43 sacks, second most in the NFL. The Steelers are tied for third in the league with 40.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Intangibles[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    The Panthers are 0-2 all time in Pittsburgh but haven't played a regular-season game at Heinz Field since a 30-14 loss in 2002. They are the only team in the NFL that doesn't have a road victory (0-6) and lead the league in worst point differential (minus-167). They conclude the season at Atlanta Jan. 2. ... The Steelers had their four-game winning streak ended by the Jets Sunday. They have the NFL's best home record since 1970 (226-88-1) and are 57-21-1 at Heinz Field, but they are 4-3 at home this season.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]To win, the Panthers must ...[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1. Jimmy holes for Stewart. It will be a wonderful life for Clausen if the Panthers' run game can keep the pressure off him.

    2. Get some early gifts. The Panthers will need to rely on their ability to intercept passes against Roethlisberger, who has been careful to minimize mistakes.

    3. Have zero deficit. They are winless on the road (0-6), winless in the division (0-5) and winless against AFC teams (0-3).

    [HIGH-LIGHT]To win, the Steelers must ...[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1. Bounce back. They have been able to do that following a loss every time this season, outscoring the next opponent by an average score of 30-11.

    2. Remember there's no place like home for the holidays. The motivation to get a first-round bye has to be tantamount ... and prevalent.

    3. Have the 'O' come to Emmanuel. Sanders is becoming a reliable target after being targeted 13 times and catching seven passes against the Jets.

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

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    The Pittsburgh Steelers clinched a playoff berth Sunday, but backing in after a tight home loss is hardly the way they were hoping to qualify for the NFL's postseason party.

    With two more victories, they won't care how they got there.

    Pittsburgh can still wrap up the AFC North and a first-round bye with wins in its last two games, starting with Thursday night's visit from the lowly Carolina Panthers.

    The Steelers (10-4) hopped into the driver's seat in the division with wins over Baltimore and Cincinnati to begin December, and had a chance to move within a win of clinching their third North title in four years last Sunday against the New York Jets.

    They didn't have tight end Heath Miller or All-Pro safety Troy Polamalu, and in a close game, those absences were evident. Backup Matt Spaeth dropped two key passes -- including the potential game-winning touchdown with nine seconds left -- and Pittsburgh failed to force any turnovers with Polamalu sidelined in a 22-17 loss.

    The Steelers found out shortly after the game they secured a playoff spot due to a complicated strength-of-schedule tiebreaker, though linebacker James Farrior was hardly jumping for joy.

    "That wasn't our goal to get in the playoffs. It is to win the division and we are still fighting for that," Farrior told the team's official website. "Everybody's mindset is still the same. Even though we are in the playoffs, we want to win the division."

    Pittsburgh still controls its own fate for the AFC's No. 2 seed, which it can claim as soon as Sunday if it can beat Carolina (2-12) while the Ravens lose in Cleveland. Should Baltimore win out -- it hosts the Bengals in Week 17 -- the Steelers will need victories over the Panthers and Browns or risk falling to No. 6.

    Though Pittsburgh won the Super Bowl as the sixth seed after the 2005 season, that's hardly a path it wants to think about traveling again.

    "The bye is important for any team in the league," receiver Hines Ward said. "That is what we are playing for. It's not saying we can't do it if we don't get the No. 2 seed. We have won it as the sixth seed. For us with the guys we have missing, Troy (Polamalu), (defensive end) Aaron (Smith) -- guys like that -- a bye would be crucial to us."

    Miller is expected to return after missing two weeks with post-concussion symptoms, but Polamalu will likely sit for a second straight game with a strained right Achilles' tendon.

    Pittsburgh is used to playing without Polamalu -- he missed 11 games last season with a knee injury -- but the difference he makes is hard to ignore. The Steelers are 14-4 with him over the past two years, allowing 14.8 points per game while producing 41 turnovers. When Polamalu's been out they're 5-7, yielding an average of 23.1 points while totaling 11 takeaways.

    "Is he is the best defensive player in the league, according to me? Without a doubt," fellow safety Ryan Clark said. "Have I ever played with anyone like him? Not even close. But you can't put all that on him. Guys that are on the field have to be accountable for what we put out there."

    Polamalu is expected to return for the postseason, but even when he comes back, Pittsburgh could use some more points from Ben Roethlisberger and its offense. The Steelers have four offensive touchdowns in their last four games, a drought that's hard to believe considering they're the NFL's best at converting third downs (52.3 percent) and tied for 10th in total yards (361.5 per game) in that stretch.

    Facing a Panthers team that yields 25.0 points per game might help Pittsburgh get untracked, but Carolina is coming off its best defensive performance. The Panthers held Arizona to 218 total yards last Sunday in a 19-12 win.

    For a team that had lost seven straight and has been hearing rumors about coach John Fox's future for weeks, it was a pleasant way to end its home slate.

    "I don't know what is down the road yet other than going to Pittsburgh on Thursday and finishing up in Atlanta," Fox said. "It was fun to finish with a win here. It's been a tough season for all of our fans, our organization, everyone in the locker room."

    Jonathan Stewart totaled 270 rushing yards in the last two weeks, but he'll have a much bigger challenge facing the Steelers' top-ranked rush defense.

    Putting the game in the hands of rookie Jimmy Clausen isn't something Carolina has looked comfortable in doing. Clausen looked better against Arizona -- throwing a touchdown pass and posting a season-high 107.6 passer rating -- but his 5.37 yards per attempt are last in the league.

    The Steelers have won three of the four previous meetings in the series, including both games in Pittsburgh.

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    This Week's Line

    2010 Trends (Regular Season)
    The Panthers are 3-11 ATS.
    The Panthers are 1-5 ATS away.
    The Panthers are 2-9 ATS as the underdog.
    The Panthers are 1-5 ATS as an away underdog.
    The Steelers are 8-6 ATS.
    The Steelers are 4-3 ATS at home.
    The Steelers are 5-5 ATS as the favorite.
    The Steelers are 3-3 ATS as a home favorite.

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    [HIGH-LIGHT]3 reasons why the steelers will win[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1) Rashard Mendenhall — Mendenhall averaged 5.9 yards per carry against the Jets. The Panthers are allowing 126 yards rushing per game, which is 23rd in the league and good for Mendenhall.

    2) Casey Hampton — The only offense the Panthers have is their running game with Jonathan Stewart and Mike Goodson. Hampton can go a long way of stuffing especially in the middle of the line where the Panthers like to run.

    3) Jimmy Clausen — The Steelers' defense tends to make veteran quarterbacks look lost. You can imagine what Dick LeBeau has in store for a rookie such as Clausen. Clausen has two touchdowns in his eight starts.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]3 REASONS WHY THE STEELERS WILL LOSE[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1) Old Steelers — Eight of the 11 starters on defense for the Steelers are over 30 and a lot of them are injured. Four days in between games will affect the Steelers more than the Panthers.

    2) Jon Beason/James Anderson — The linebackers are the heart and soul of Carolina's defense. Beason has 138 tackles and Anderson 132. The two combined can disrupt any offense.

    3) Turnovers/special teams — At 2-12, the Panthers need to force turnovers and win the special teams battle in a big way to have any chance against the Steelers.

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    [HIGH-LIGHT]Here are five things to watch in Pittsburgh:[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1. Where is the home-field advantage? Traditionally, Heinz Field has been a house of horrors for visiting teams. But the Steelers have struggled mightily to protect their home field this year. Pittsburgh is a pedestrian 4-3 at home, but has an opportunity to finish strong in its final regular-season game at Heinz Field. If the Steelers win their last two contests, they will host a divisional round game in the playoffs. Overall, Pittsburgh has been much better on the road (6-1).

    2. Winning without Troy: It's clear the Steelers are not the same team without Troy Polamalu. Dating to last season, Pittsburgh is 5-7 in games without its do-it-all safety. The Steelers would be wise not to overlook that stat and put forth their best effort against Carolina. Sure, the Panthers have the NFL's worst record. But that didn't stop inferior opponents such as the Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders from upsetting Pittsburgh during last year's five-game losing streak without Polamalu.

    3. Will the special teams bounce back? For the most part Pittsburgh has done a good job of curing its special-teams woes from the past few years. But some old habits showed up again last week in a 22-17 loss to the Jets. The Steelers' kick coverage struggled, as Brad Smith took the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown. The return set the tone for the rest of the game and turned out to be the difference. Pittsburgh also allowed 16 yards per punt return, which helped New York with field position. Big plays on special teams might be one of the few ways Carolina could pull off an upset.

    4. Miller returns: Steelers starting tight end Heath Miller will make his return to the offense after missing the past two games with a concussion. Miller is one of the most underrated players on the team and will be a nice boost to Pittsburgh's passing and running game. Backup tight ends Matt Spaeth and David Johnson have been inconsistent , and Miller will bring much-needed stability to the position. He is third on the Steelers with 33 receptions for 384 yards and a touchdown.

    5. Avoid injuries: The playoff-bound Steelers would do themselves a huge favor if they can put the Panthers away early and avoid major injuries. Pittsburgh, like most teams, is banged up at this late stage in the season and wants to get healthy for a playoff run. The good part about the Steelers playing on Thursday is they will get 10 days to rest and prepare for the Browns in Week 17. Taking care of business tonight would set up Pittsburgh well for the final week of the regular season and, eventually, the postseason.

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    OK... Today feels like a weekend or something... Starting the tailgating early for an evening game since I'm off for the rest of the year!...

    ... Just ate a dozen wings, and getting ready to crack my first beer...

    What 'r yinz doin' for the game?....

    ...HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!!!...

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    If we don't crush them I am going to be upset. GO STEELERS!

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    Default Re: Game 15 : Steelers vs. Panthers : 12.23.10

    Quote Originally Posted by Beezy View Post
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    If we don't crush them I am going to be upset.
    Same here... There really is no excuse NOT to...

    ... The Rumplemintz is flowing early today, so I oughtta be good for some real hair-brain comments (big suprise there, huh?) by the end of the game...

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