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Pittsburgh Steelers tickets are on sale for the 2011 NFL season at Heinz Field as Mike Tomlin tries to take this team back to the Super Bowl after three seasons away. The defense is attempting to re-establish itself as the once formidable Steel Curtain and TheSeats has the Steeler tickets to enjoy this rebirth throughout the 2011 Steelers schedule.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are sitting atop the AFC North, though they are not perched comfortably. The Bengals and Ravens are sitting half a game back, waiting for the bye week to catch up. Pittsburgh's offense averages 21 points a game, which is not great. The Steelers also allow 17 points a game. Obviously, the defense is far more skilled than the offense.
The Steelers pass defense allows 171.9 yards a game (2nd) and the run defense allows 107.1 yards a game (12th). Where Pittsburgh is lacking is in its ability to cause turnovers. A total of three through seven games is uncharacteristic for this franchise. The lone defensive player worth noting is linebacker LaMarr Woodley. The outside rusher has 7 sacks and a pick.
Pittsburgh has enjoyed the play of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Roethlisberger has a 95.3 QB Rating with a 62.8 completion percentage, 12 touchdowns to 6 interceptions, and 8.3 yards per pass. Big Ben's big play target has been Mike Wallace. Wallace has been deemed the lone deep threat in the NFL. He has 36 receptions and has 730 yards for five touchdowns. Running back Rashard Mendenhall has been sharing the running load with Isaac Redmen. Neither has been able to stand out as the feature back, so the Steelers will have to rely on a double trouble effort.
After three straight wins, the Steelers are looking to extend the winning streak in the upcoming game with the Patriots. Luckily, they are playing New England at Heinz Field. This game begins a three game set that also include the Bengals and Ravens. A good run here can put some distance between Pittsburgh and the rest of the division with plenty of easy games left on the Steelers schedule. Find Steelers tickets to enjoy these next three must-win games or find seats for the rest of the 2011 season schedule.
Until the 1970s the Pittsburgh Steelers were most often a middle of the road football team. Then in 1969 the team hired Chuck Knoll as head coach and the franchise fortune would change. The talented coach was equally talented evaluating talent, taking Hall of Fame players Joe Greene, Terry Bradshaw, Mel Blount, Jack Ham, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth and Mike Webster from 1969 to 1974. This young foundation won four Super Bowls from 1974 to 1979.
Chuck Noll's magic eventually wore off, and in 1992 Bill Cowher came in from Kansas City to rebuild a time that was sliding. Cowher roamed the sidelines until 2006, building a strong defense with Rod Woodson and Greg Lloyd as the leaders. Eventually, he found some offensive talent with Jerome Bettis and Tommy Maddox. However, he would not add Super Bowl wins to the franchise's resume until drafting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Big Ben, Hines Ward, Polamalu, and Bettis delivered his lone Super Bowl ring in 2005. Pittsburgh beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 in Super Bowl XL.
Next, Mike Tomlin took over as head coach. The defensive coordinator from the Minnesota Vikings enjoyed the play of linebacker James Harrison and wide receiver Santonio Holmes as the Steelers won Super Bowl XLIII, beating the Cardinals 27-23. The most recent trip to the big game came in 2011 in Super Bowl XLV. The Packers won 31-25 with the Packers sealing the victory with a field goal just before the two minute warning.
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