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When you look back at the past decade of Pittsburgh Steelers football you will notice a couple of things. Most prominently how much talent has been on the roster, the lack of playoff success, and the amount of high profile injures. With the Steelers injured reserve seemingly growing by the week we are rapidly approaching ‘injuries ruined the season’ territory. So today we will look back at the past 10 years of Steelers football and how each season was effected by injury.

2011
Notable injuries: Rashard Mendenhall Jersey, Aaron Smith Jersey
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The 2011 season was a fairly successful one for the Steelers. Finishing 12-4 but losing the AFC North the Steelers were force to travel to 8-8 Denver for wildcard weekend. It’s hard to blame injuries for this famous playoff as Demaryius Thomas took overtimes first play 80 yards for a touchdown. A putrid game plan from Dick LeBeau gave the equally bad Tim Tebow minutes to throw in the pocket. The Broncos would lose by 35 points the following week to the New England Patriots.

In this instance the 2011 Steelers were a relatively healthy team, but the worst game planned game of Lebeau’s tenure ended the season way too soon.

2012
Notable injuries: Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor
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A severe calf strain limited Troy Polamalu Jersey season to just seven games, and Ike Taylor Jersey would miss the Steelers final four games. The defensive back field was so depleted the Steelers would lose five of their final seven games finishing the year 8-8. Ben Roethlisberger also missed three games this year. His replacements would go 1-2 in those games.

2013
Notable injuries: Maurice Pouncey, Lamar Woodley, Larry Foote Jersey
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Injuries didn’t so much cause the Steelers to once again finish the season 8-8 but a 0-4 start to the season. Some notable veterans missed time due to injury however the emergence of Vince Williams Jersey and Jason Worilds Jersey softened the blow.

2014
Notable injuries: Brett Keisel Jersey , Troy Polamalu
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The 2014 season marked the last truly healthy season for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The problems stood with its agin defensive unit and inexperienced offense. The 2014 offseason marked the end of the Troy Polamalu era as the organization forced him into retirement for salary cap purposes.

2015
Notable injuries: Kelvin Beachum, Le’Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Maurkice Pouncey Jersey, DeAngelo Williams Jersey
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This one hurts. If the Steelers had one year set up for them to make a run for a Super Bowl over the past decade, this was it. Despite the laundry list of injuries the Steelers were a Fitzgerald Touissant fumble away from knocking off the eventual Super Bowl winning Denver Broncos. The worst part about this was a lot of the marquee injuries were brought to you by Vontaze Burfict. Burfict single handily tore Le’Veon Bells MCL, gave Antonio Brown Jersey a career altering concussion, and sprained Ben Roethlisberger Jersey AC joint in his throwing shoulder.

2016
Notable injuries: Cameron Heyward Jersey, Le’Veon Bell
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During the 2016 post season Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell went god-mode breaking the rushing yards in a playoff game record in two consecutive weeks. But in the AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots Bell immediately pulled his groin and would be taken out for the remainder of the game. Without their Bell-cow the Steelers were devoid of offense and were blown out of the game.

2017
Notable injuries: Ryan Shazier
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The 2017 Steelers were a special group, one that seemed destined to make a run at the Super Bowl. The Killer B’s were firing on all cylinders and had a stud rookie as the teams third receiver, Juju Smith-Schuster. Defensively, the Steelers brought in Joe Haden Jersey, and T.J. Watt Jersey during the offseason and they made instant impacts. But it was Ryan Shazier Jersey who was the crown jewel of Steelers defense. Shazier’s career would end and his life tragically altered when a routine tackle went awry.

Defensively the team was never the same, and would give up 45 points to the Blake Bortles led Jacksonville Jaguars in a one and done playoff disappointment.

2018
Notable injuries: Marcus Gilbert
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The Steelers 2018 season wasn’t derailed by physical injuries by any means. But it was two separate off field distractions that sunk the Steelers season. Starting with Le’Veon Bell’s will he or won’t he contract hold out which was a major distraction for the team until the deadline passed. Secondly, this was the year Antonio Brown went completely insane. It has since been rumored that the Steelers repressed Brown’s insanity but in 2018 he walked out on the team and had a very public falling out with the organization. All this distraction and still the Steelers were extremely close to making the playoffs.

2019
Notable injuries: Ben Roethlisberger, Stephon Tuitt
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The 2019 season is still fresh in everyone heads. But for these of the exercise lets recount the Steelers losing their future hall of fame quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger missed 14.5 games due to multiple torn ligaments in his throwing elbow. This led the Steelers down a very dark path but saw the club victorious many more times then it should have been. The Steelers defense pushed elite status and nearly willed this team into the playoffs. They even did it without Stephon Tuitt Jersey for most of the season who at the point of his injury was the teams unquestioned best player.

2020
Notable injuries: Devin Bush, Bud Dupree Jersey, Zack Banner, Robert Spillane Jersey, Matt Feiler Jersey
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Without getting overly dramatic the 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers are beginning to push toward the 2015 Steelers team for the most devastatingly injured Steelers team in the past decade. The Steelers linebacking wit is a shell of what it was to start the season, and its offensive line will be without two impact starts for huge chunks of time. The organization cannot survive losing another high impact starter and want to remain a Super Bowl hopeful. For a defense that many thought might be remembered as one of the all time great unit injury will likely rob this group of that title.

What do you think? What year was the most disappointing because of injury? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments below!

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PITTSBURGH — In more than a decade as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ coach, Mike Tomlin’s index of signature sayings has grown every season.

And for the first time — at least in recent memory — he debuted a new one as he described the difference in his team from the first half to the second in the aftermath of the Steelers’ 28-24 comeback victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.

“It’s a fine line between drinking wine and squashing grapes, as we say in this business,” Tomlin said, not a laugh or hint of sarcasm in his voice.

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Wait, what? Who says that in this business?

Only one man in the NFL utters phrases like that, and he’s been the head coach of the Steelers for the past 14 seasons. In using catchphrases, slogans and mantras, Tomlin, 48, effectively communicates with his players and the media members who cover his team. The phrasing is different from the locker room to the news conferences, but Tomlin’s approach is consistent.

“A lot of the message is similar,” former Steelers defensive end Cheap Brett Keisel Jersey said. “I think when he is thinking of ways to motivate the team and how he’s going to do it, and the process of which he’s going to say things, because let’s be honest, in this business, it is fan-driven, and they want to hear content from their coach. They want to hear content from their players. They want to hear reactions.

“He understands that that is all part of this great game. And so he’s found a way to get his voice out there, not only to the fans and to the public, or even the ownership, but also to his players. And he’s very smart about it. He spends time on it. The guy loves football, like deep down in his soul.”

In Tomlin, tight end Cheap Eric Ebron Jersey  found something of a kindred spirit. Hard as it might be to believe given their differences in personality and approach with reporters, the fun-loving, candid Ebron instantly connected with the all-business coach.

And it’s all thanks to Tomlin’s mantras.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has developed over the years his own unique way to deliver messages to his players directly or through the media. Keith Srakocic/AP Photo
“I can relate to Mike Tomlin because some of my friends used to say I talk in Ebronics, which used to be funny because I’d have these weird sayings or these weird notions, too,” the 27-year-old Ebron said. “I can relate to Mike T. It’s something that clicks, it’s something that you haven’t heard but you won’t forget.”

Tomlin’s constant reminder about the importance of game days is an especially meaningful message for Ebron.

“One of my favorite ones is, ‘We show up in stadiums,'” Ebron said. “To me, it resonated because it doesn’t matter what happened throughout the week, it doesn’t matter what’s going on in your life throughout the week. On Sunday or Thursday or whenever we play, when you’re in that stadium, it’s about everything going on with that football game. No matter what, whatever it is outside, whatever happened, whatever, we perform in stadiums.

“That kind of resonated with me, like game day is our day. It’s basically like our day to have fun, to go out there and enjoy it.”

Safety Cheap Minkah Fitzpatrick Jersey also latched on to one of his coach’s sayings — “Make it a great day” — after the Steelers acquired him in a trade early last season. Fitzpatrick didn’t understand what his coach meant at first, but the more he heard him, the more Tomlin’s saying stuck with him.

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“He doesn’t say, ‘Have a great day’ or ‘Be great today’; he says, ‘Make it a great day,'” Fitzpatrick said. “A lot of times we wake up in the morning at 5:25, really wanting to make it a great day. We have all the reasons in the world to not make it a great day. It’s kind of a consistent choice that you have to make in every single little detail throughout your day to make it great.

“It took me a little while to understand what he meant by it, and he explained it one day, it was kind of exactly what I said. He lives it. He has every excuse in the world to not work as hard as he does because he’s accomplished pretty much everything you can accomplish as a head coach in the NFL. Every single day he’s out here. He’s one of the first people in the building, one of the last people in the building, pays attention to all the details. He does the things to make it a great day.”

In a season that’s been anything but consistent, Tomlin’s sayings and method of messaging have been constants, creating the most stable environment possible in an ever-changing world.

Not all of his messages, though, are easy to understand. Some of his current and former players helped translate a few of his most memorable Tomlinisms, used in his locker room and in news conferences.

‘The standard is the standard’
What it means: “No one knows what the hell that truly means sometimes. It’s such a broad thing. And what it means for him is, there’s one singular goal every day, to be working toward a win. And no matter who’s on the field, no matter who you play against, that standard is an individual thing, but it’s also a thing that’s unique to your team.” — ESPN analyst and former Steelers defensive back Cheap Ryan Clark Jersey

Pittsburgh Steelers pass rusher TJ Watt is a front-runner for NFL Defensive Player of the Year and is getting all kinds of praise for his incredible 2020 season. But a recent comment made by Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin about TJ prompted a cool response from his brother, JJ Watt.

Speaking to the media this week, Tomlin was asked what makes TJ Watt so special. Tomlin joked that “TJ is visiting from another planet” a la Superman.

JJ Watt took notice of Tomlin’s funny comment and responded. “Explains why my Christmas gift took so long to get here…” Watt tweeted on Wednesday.

That joke got plenty of attention on Twitter and for good reason. In less than a day since posting it, JJ Watt’s tweet has over 34,000 likes.

As for TJ Watt, the high praise he’s been getting is even more deserved. Watt leads the NFL with 15.0 sacks and 23 tackles for loss – both career highs.

His dominance is a big reason that the Steelers have gone 12-3 with the league’s No. 2 defense. Needless to say, the Steelers will be relying on him to play that well in the playoffs.

TJ Watt is one of the fastest rising stars in the NFL right now, and 2020 could prove to be the year he establishes himself as its premier defender.

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‘The kitchen’
What it means: “The kitchen, I think is just our everyday household. So in that household, it’s the Steelers organization. They’re focused on that AFC North kitchen. Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, that’s what’s in the kitchen, and that’s what you got to stir in the pot and eat and move forward.” — Keisel

The meaning of Mike Tomlin’s sayings isn’t always obvious at first. Keith Srakocic/AP Photo
‘Nameless gray faces’
What it means: “It really means like everybody else is just a smiley-face T-shirt, like, we don’t care about you. That if we go out and if the Pittsburgh Steelers do what the Pittsburgh Steelers are supposed to do, we beat anybody.” — Clark

‘I don’t do hypotheticals’
What it means: “It means he, like, he ain’t into guessing, right? You’re going to deal with what’s in front of you. Don’t tell me there’s a chance. No, either it’s 100%, this is what we’re doing and this is how we’re going to figure it out, or we’re not discussing it. … He always said, ‘Talking to people about things they have no control over is sport bitching, you just talking.'” — Clark

‘Don’t be patient, just work while you wait’
What it means: “It was when I was on the practice squad last year, and he just would always try to encourage those guys. He said those words to me, and I didn’t really know exactly what he meant. I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m not going to be patient. I’m definitely going to keep working.’ I didn’t know when it was going to happen, and he probably didn’t know when it was going to happen, either. But that’s the beauty of it. Just keep working because once your opportunity does come, then you’ll be 100% ready.” — Steelers safety Cheap Marcus Allen Jersey

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Tomlin went back to a favorite saying in his weekly availability Tuesday as he described the Steelers’ mentality going into a Week 17 matchup with the Cleveland Browns, featuring Cheap Mason Rudolph Jersey and not Cheap Ben Roethlisberger Jersey as the starting quarterback. It’s the phrase that’s screen-printed on team T-shirts and displayed on the walls of Heinz Field.

“We intend to do our job,” he said. “We intend to prepare with that mindset. And ultimately lead us to that destination. We’re not seeking comfort. We’re not grading ourselves on a curve. This game is on the schedule, and so the guys that will be on the field will represent us in the standard that is the Pittsburgh Steelers — will be the standard.”

But what does Tomlin mean when he says “the standard is the standard?” Allow the coach to explain in his own words.

“What I mean specifically is our job is to win,” he said Tuesday. “Maybe the formula looks a little bit different. Maybe the process is a little bit more uncomfortable based on circumstances and so forth, but the bottom line: Football is our game, our business is winning and our intentions are to handle business. That’s what the standard is the standard means every single time I say it.”