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Steelers DST gets another touchdown

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/27/14) As should have been expected against the league's No. 1 offense, the Steelers gave up plenty of points and yards Week 8 against Indianapolis -- 34 and 448, to be exact -- but their DST still had a decent showing in Fantasy thanks to a number of big plays.

The two biggest were a 33-yard interception return for a touchdown by William Gay in the second quarter and a safety on an intentional grounding penalty by Andrew Luck in the fourth quarter. In all, the Steelers had two interceptions and two sacks.

The Steelers DST has been far from dominant this season, but it's scored three touchdowns, keeping it relevant in Fantasy. In 12-team leagues, you probably won't have much use for it Week 9 against Baltimore, but keep it on your radar for Weeks 10 and 11, when the Steelers visit the Jets and the Titans.

Mike Tomlin talks benching of Steelers CB Cortez Allen

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/26/14) Steelers coach Mike Tomlin spoke frankly after the Sunday defeat of Indianapolis about his benching of cornerback Cortez Allen.

"He was giving up plays and we needed stops," Tomlin told triblive.com. "As simple as that, you have to play better."

Takeaways make Steelers' day

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/21/14) The Steelers didn't have a tremendous defensive performance Week 7 against Houston, falling into an early 13-0 hole and ultimately giving up 23 points on 393 yards. But they did a fine job taking the ball away from the Texans, allowing their offense to come from behind for the victory.

They got an interception from Brett Keisel and two fumble recoveries, one by Troy Polamalu and one by Sean Spence. The three takeaways were the most they've had in a game this season.

The Steelers did have one sack but remain a poor source of those this year, tying with the Bengals for 23rd with 10. Because their DST has thrived only in games in which it's gotten a touchdown, it remains a risky start in Fantasy.

With the Steelers facing the Colts, the league's No. 1 offense, in Week 8, you should avoid the Steelers DST in Fantasy.

Steelers DST shows its true colors

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/13/14) After dominating the Jaguars in Week 5, as every team does, the Steelers came back down to earth defensively Week 6 at Cleveland, giving up a season-high 31 points on 368 yards. They again didn't generate much of a pass rush, recording just one sack for the third straight game. They also recovered a fumble.

Going by standard CBSSports.com scoring, the Steelers DST has recorded double-digit Fantasy points in just two of its first six games. It's tied for 14th in total Fantasy points.

And that's with mostly favorable matchups to begin the year. You'll probably want to avoid it for a not-so-favorable matchup Week 7 against Houston.

Steelers LB Ryan Shazier gets the red light for Week 6

by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/10/14) Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier (knee) was officially ruled out for Week 6 at Cleveland, per ESPN on Friday. Shazier practiced again Friday on a limited basis, but the team appears to be taking a cautious approach with the rookie, who will now have an extra week to prepare for a Week 7 Monday night clash against the Texans.
 
 
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