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Antonio Brown going for the reception record in hilarious new 'SportsCenter' commercial - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (blog)

Antonio Brown is going for a different kind of reception record. #ThisIsSportsCenter — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 8, 2016. Will Antonio Brown set the receptions record? It's obvious he'll be aiming for that on ...and more »

NFL's 'Monday Night Football' Takes A Sack In The Ratings - Forbes

If the NFL was hoping that Monday Night Football would put an end to their Week 1 ratings slump, they're going to be quite disappointed. For any number of reasons - national anthem protests, blow out games, competition from other networks - ESPN's ...and more »

So, how 'bout that Josh Norman? - The Undefeated

For a moment, let's put aside the fact that Josh Norman is the NFL's highest-paid cornerback. And to be fair, let's also acknowledge that Washington Redskins defensive back Bashaud Breeland acquitted himself well in his first two seasons. That ...and more »

What to watch for on 'Monday Night Football' -

Monday Night Football has plenty to live up to. There have already been four games decided by one point in Week 1, the most in NFL history for a Kickoff Weekend. Sunday brought football back to the masses with a cool blast of wall-to-wall drama, as all ...and more »

DeAngelo Williams spearheads Steelers' offense in win -

The Pittsburgh Steelers were missing four key skill position players (Le'Veon Bell, Markus Wheaton, Ladarius Green and Martavis Bryant) for their season opener in Washington. They still looked like one of the most explosive teams in football during a ...and more »

Redskins' new identity: Continuity? - WTOP

WASHINGTON — It's amazing how one year ago, the Redskins were viewed as the hot mess of the NFC East compared to the “stable situations” in Dallas, Philadelphia and the New York Giants. Instead of being picked for another last-place finish (there were ...and more »

Why Didn't Josh Norman Cover Antonio Brown? - Deadspin

Washington gave cornerback Josh Norman $50 million in guarantees, money befitting one of the game's few shutdown corners. But Monday night, it apparently was too much to expect the 'Skins to use him to try to shut down the Steelers' Antonio Brown, who ...and more »

Why didn't Josh Norman trail Antonio Brown? -

There are reasons why all of us aren't defensive coordinators in the NFL. We probably wouldn't be very good at it. But for those watching Monday night's Pittsburgh-Washington tilt, there was a fairly prevailing question when it came to the Redskins ...and more »

Ron Cook: Missing pieces didn't matter in Steelers' season-opening romp - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

LANDOVER, Md. — Like all coaches, Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley didn't focus on what he didn't have going into the opening game Monday night at Washington. He planned on a big performance by his offense with the players he did have ...and more »

Antonio Brown, Steelers eviscerate suspect Redskins 38-16: 5 takeaways -

Any hype about the Pittsburgh Steelers before 2016 was fully warranted. The offense is ridiculous and absolutely loaded at the skill positions -- and the Steelers are not even remotely at full strength yet. Despite missing multiple key players, the ...and more »