Six-time Super Bowl winner Pittsburgh Steelerscurrently has a 7-3 win-loss record in the ongoing 2011-2012 National Football League season. This record of the Steelers is good for first place in the American Football Conference North Division, tied for first place in the conference rankings, and tied for third place in the entire league. Loyal owners of Pittsburgh Steelers tickets have been behind their team all throughout this great start. After coming up short in last year’s Super Bowl against the Green Bay Packers, the Steelers raced out to a terrific start. With that stinging defeat, they have treated every game just like a Super Bowl Game.
During the Steelers’ season opener, they were dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens 35-7. Their next game, which was their season home opener, Pittsburgh showed how dominant they could be by shutting out the Seattle Seahawks, 24-0. In their home opener, the boys of Heinz Field treated owners of Pittsburgh Steelers tickets with an outstanding game. They avenged their disappointing performance against the Ravens.
In the month of October, the Steelers had a four-game winning streak defeating the Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots. During that run, their average winning margin was 8.75 points. The other loss of the Steelers came at the hands of Houston Texans and the Ravens.
As of November 16, Pittsburgh is 11th in points scored and 9th in fewest points allowed. At Heinz Field, the Steelers have a record of 4-1 which is the 6th best home record. With a 3-2 road record, they are 7thin the entire NFL.
Offensive linebacker Larry Woodley is currently 4th in sacks per game with averages of 9.0. Wide receiver Mike Wallace is 3rd in yards received with 922. This shows that through the effort of these football players, the Steelers are having a great season so far.
In the National Basketball Association, there is the All-Star Game. In the Major League Baseball, there is the Midsummer Classic. In NFL, there is the Pro Bowl.
As of November 15, Wallace is at present 9th in overall voting. His 377,615 votes rank second in his position in the AFC. Wallace is trailing Wes Walker of the New England Patriots. Other Steelers leading their respective positions are Maurkice Pouncey (center) with 142,930 votes, Woodley (linebacker) with 203,794 votes, and Troy Polamalu (strong safety) with 92,630 votes. The voting for Pro Bowl ends on December 19 and the announcement of players who made it to the annual festivity is on December 27. This year’s Pro Bowl will be held on January 29, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The upcoming games for the Steelers are against the Kansas City Chiefs (road), Cincinnati Bengals (home), Cleveland Browns (home), San Francisco 49ers (road), St. Louis Rams (home) and the Browns (road).
In the next games of Pittsburgh, some players would not be able to play due to injuries. Wide receiver Arnaz Battle and Woodley are out due to hamstring injuries and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is also out with a knee injury.
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