Pittsburgh Steelers Football Jersey For Dogs

By | August 31, 2017

Pittsburgh Steelers are looking awesome this year, so awesome in fact that you simply must have a Pittsburgh Steelers  Football Jersey for Dogs. Take the time to dress your pet up in style, looking keen and eager to join you at each game, dressed in their very own Pittsburgh Steelers Football Dog Jersey. Or, why don’t you create a bit of rivalry with your buddies as team Steelers – you in your football jersey and your pet in their football jersey for dogs. Go Steelers!!!

Season Update.

In the 2017 AFC North Preview by Move The Sticks, they give a preview of the season and rank the various plays and positions with their ranking scores. Now, according to the report, it’s Pittsburgh Steelers all the way for the AFC North competition.

With the preseason well underway and the start of the season rapidly approaching, will the Steelers live up to the predictions? The Steelers are off to a good start, let’s hope that they are able to keep it up for the season.

The AFC North rankings are: –

AFC North Rankings

Quarterbacks:Pittsburgh SteelersCincinnati BengalsBaltimore RavensCleveland Browns
Skills positions:Pittsburgh SteelersCincinnati BengalsCleveland BrownsBaltimore Ravens
Offensive Line:Pittsburgh SteelersCleveland BrownsBaltimore RavensCincinnati Bengals
Front Seven:Cincinnati BengalsPittsburgh SteelersCleveland BrownsBaltimore Ravens
Secondary:Baltimore RavensCincinnati BengalsPittsburgh SteelersCleveland Browns
Coaching Staff:Pittsburgh SteelersBaltimore RavensCincinnati BengalsCleveland Browns
TOTALS (lowest score wins)
OFFENSIVE:Pittsburgh Steelers (3)Baltimore Ravens (8)Cleveland Browns (9)Cincinnati Bengals (10)
DEFENSIVE:Cincinnati Bengals (3)Baltimore Ravens (5)Pittsburgh Steelers (5)Cleveland Browns (7)
OVERALL:Pittsburgh Steelers (9)Cincinnati Bengals (14)Baltimore Ravens (17)Cleveland Browns (20)

Based on talent for the upcoming season, those are the numbers and that’s who they think is coming in 1st and 4th … but then those are just a few numbers on paper. Right? Or have they got it right – the Steelers are going to take this all the way to the end!!!

Team Depth

Looking at the team’s depth, according to ESPN.com, here’s a look at each of the Offense, Base 3-4 Defense, and Special Teams. What do you think of the charts?

Pittsburgh Steelers Offense Depth Chart

Wide ReceiverAntonio BrownEli RogersDarrius Heyward-BeyJustin Hunter
Tight EndJesse JamesDavid JohnsonLadarius GreenXavier Grimble
Left TackleAlejandro VillanuevaJerald HawkinsBrian Mihalik
Left GuardRamon FosterB.J. Finney
CenterMaurkice PounceyB.J. Finney
Right GuardDavid DeCastroB.J. Finney
Right TackleMarcus GilbertChris HubbardBrian Mihalik
Wide ReceiverMartavis Bryant (Out)Sammie CoatesJulu Smith-Schuster
QuarterbackBen Roethlisberger (?)Landry JonesJoshua Dobbs
FullbackRoosevelt Nix
Running BackLe'Veon Bell (?)Fitzgerald Toussaint (?)Knile DavisJames Conner

Pittsburgh Steelers Base 3-4 D Depth Chart

Left Defensive EndCameron HeywardTyson AlualuL.T. Walton
Nose TackleJavon HargraveDaniel McCullersJohnny Maxey
Right Defensive EndCameron HeywardTyson AlualuL.T. Walton
Left Outside LinebackerBud DupreeArthur MoatsAnthony Chickillo
Left Inside LinebackerRyan ShazierTyler MatakevichL.J. Fort
Right Inside LinebackerVince WilliamsL.J. FortSteven Johnson
Right Outside LinebackerJames HarrisonArthur MoatsAnthony Chickillo
CornerbackRoss CockrellCoty Sensabaugh
Strong SafetySean DavisRobert GoldenJordan Dangerfield
Free SafetyMike MitchellRobert GoldenJordan Dangerfield
CornerbackArtie BurnsWilliam GayAl-Hajj Shabazz

Pittsburgh Steelers Special Teams Depth Chart

Place kickerChris Boswell
PunterJordan Berry
HolderJordan Berry
Punt ReturnerAntonio BrownEli Rogers
Kick ReturnerSammie CoatesJustin GilbertFitzgerald Toussaint
Long SnapperGreg Warren

5 Fun Facts about the Pittsburgh Steelers

  1. The Steelers steel mark logo only appears on one side of the helmet – the Right Side. Originally a gold helmet, it was changed to a black helmet to allow the logo to stand out more. They are the only team to have their logo on one side of the helmet.
  2. No player numbers have ever been retired by the Pittsburgh Steelers. There are a few numbers, however, that are mysteriously not handed out to new players each season. In ascending order, the numbers are: #12 (Terry Bradshaw), #31 (Donnie Shell), #32 (Franco Harris), #47 (Mel Blount), #52 (Mike Webster), #58 (Jack Lambert), #59 (Jack Ham), #70 (Ernie Stautner) and #75 (Joe Greene)
  3. The team mascot is Steely McBeam
  4. The Terrible Towel was the brain child of Myron Cope and every self-respecting Pittsburgh Steelers football fan has one. Interestingly, originally, any towel would do as long as it was yellow or black. This however made department store owners a little miffed to say the least, because everyone was buying up all the hand towels leaving the matching bath towels behind. The result: a whole lot of bath towels without matching hand towels … and unhappy store owners. Enter Myron Cope’s official “The Terrible Towel” Pittsburgh Original “.
  5. The Pittsburgh Steelers have gone through three name changes during their history. They were Pittsburgh Pirates (1933-1939), followed by Pittsburgh Steelers (1940-1942), Phil-Pitt “Steagles” (1943), Card-Pitt (1944) and Pittsburgh Steelers since 1945.

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