The Steelers and Bills can both lay claim to having one of the league's best defenses. Both will be on display Sunday at Heinz Field.
A Steelers offense that has been cobbling together performances could return its two stars Sunday against the Bills.
The Steelers are now 8-5 and closing in on a playoff spot. They host the 9-4 Bills on Sunday night. Let's talk about it all.
A lot of the focus with the Steelers has been on Duck Hodges. And rightfully so. But the Steelers go as far as their defense will take them.
A week after having a rough game against the Browns, rookie receiver Dionate Johnson scores both Steelers' touchdowns in a win over the Cardinals.
Who: Steelers (7-5) vs. Cardinals (3-8-1), When: 4:25 p.m., Where: State Farm Stadium. TV: KDKA, CBS
The Steelers will continue to ride the hot hand of rookie Devin "Duck" Hodges against the Cardinals in a must-win game.
James Conner said he will miss his fifth game in the past six with a shoulder injury on Sunday in Arizona, meaning Benny Snell will continue to play a bigger...
Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt was named AFC Defensive Player of the Month after recording 6.5 sacks in November.
The Arizona Cardinals have been the worst team in the NFL this season covering tight ends, a trend the Steelers hope to continue.
Returning from a two-game suspension for his part in a brawl against the Browns, Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey expresses no regrets.
Mike Tomlin confirms Devlin Hodges will be the Steelers' starter Sunday in Arizona, while James Conner and JuJu Smith-Schuster remain questionable.
Speaking on The Jim Rome Show, Troy Polamalu praises the current Steelers and says he's indifferent toward going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Steelers get All-Pro center back from two-game suspension for his involvement in fight against the Browns.
Mistake by the Browns opened the floodgates for Steelers to start throwing the ball down the field.
The Browns came out on fire, but the Steelers doused that and Cleveland's playoff hopes with a victory at Heinz Field.
The Steelers are now 7-5 and remain in the driver's seat in the race for the No. 6 seed in the AFC playoffs.
Who: Steelers (6-5) vs. Browns (5-6), When: 1:02 p.m., Where: Heinz Field. TV: KDKA, CBS