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Falcons @ Steelers 2018

Sun, 10/07/2018 - 12:00pm
Doors open at: 
11 A.M.
Hey Yinz Guys: 

Hey Yinz Guys,

It is too early to press the panic button. You may want to keep it within arm’s reach, but it is too early to push it.  What promised to be a great prime time game ended in disappointment for the Black and Gold as they fell to the Ratbirds 26-14. There is no time to mope around; the biggest game of the season is upon us and we need you here…

The Falcons come to Heinz Field in a battle of two teams who so far are not living up to expectations this season.  Atlanta is led by quarterback Matt Ryan and their super explosive offense. They are coming off a last second loss to the Bungles in a high scoring game that dropped their season record to 1-3.

The Stillers are coming off a rough 26-14 loss to the Ratbirds in an uninspiring game that dropped the good guys to 1-2-1 on the season and 0-2 at home.

This should be a high scoring game and the Black and Gold need a win and we need you to come out and cheer the Steelers onto victory.  


Q. Prior to 2018, when was the last time the Steelers played to a tie?

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Stats and Stuff: 
The Steelers lead the all-time series against the Falcons 13-2-1.
The Stillers won the last meeting in the 2014 season 27-20.
In that game, William Gay returned an interception 52 yards for a touchdown.
It was his third pick six of the season, setting the franchise record.
Le’ Veon Bell rushed for two touchdowns.
Against the Ratbirds, the Steelers 19 yards rushing was their lowest total in a game since 1970 (Denver).
This the first time since 1954 that the Steelers have allowed 400 plus yards in three consecutive games.
Including the playoff game against the Jaguars, the Steelers have been outscored 56-0 in the first quarter in the last three games at home.
In the last 10 seasons, the Steelers are 16-16-1 in September.


Meaning: The both of you.

In a Sentence: “Hey A B and JuJu, da-boat-a-ya make a dynamic duo at wide receiver.”

Meet the Stillers: 

Ramon Foster/Guard/# 73/10th Year/Tennessee

Ramon Sentell Foster signed with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Tennessee in 2009. At Tennessee, he was a four-year letter winner and graduated with a degree in sociology.   Going into this season he started 115 out of 130 career games played for the Black and Gold. In March of 2016 he signed a three-year contract extension which takes him through this season. He was the 2015 winner of the Pro Football Writers “The Chief Award” given every year to the Steeler who best exemplifies the spirit of cooperation with the media.

His older brother Renardo played for the Atlanta Falcons and the St. Louis Rams.