Rapid Roundup - Tuesday

  • You Asked, He Answered (Steelers.com)
    Here's another installment of Bob Labriola's "Asked and Aanswered." This time, Bob fielded your questions about the workings of injured reserve, the linebackers in pass coverage and much more.
  • Making The Cut (Post-Gazette)
    With the Bengals standing tall at 8-2, it won't be easy for the Steelers to overtake the AFC North. However, the league's tiebreaking system could serve as a help to 6-4 team. The Post-Gazette's Ed Bouchette has an explanation as to why.
  • Brace Yourselves (Beaver County Times)
    148.6 yards per game and 4.8 yards per carry. That best describes Seattle's run game this season, in which the Seahawks rank first and third, respectively, in the two categories. With numbers like that, the Steelers' defense has a solid task in front of it.
  • Making Adjustments (Tribune Review)
    There's a big difference between the NFL and college, but that's what drives LB Anthony Chickillo. The rookie has gotten farther than some would have thought and he has his sights set on improving each week.
  • Paying It Forward (ESPN.com)
    LB Arthur Moats isn't "cutting" a check, he's paying it forward. The James Madison University graduate donated $300,000 to his alma mater for a couple of reasons, but mainly because of the impact JMU has had on his life.

The best photos of Linebacker Arthur Moats from the 2015 season thus far.

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