The 2007 NFL Preview: The season ahead for the Steelers

Franchise celebrates 75th season with a new coach at the helm

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Before Chuck Noll and Bill Cowher became deities in the eyes of Steeler Nation, tehy had to start out 0-0. Rookie coaches. Unknown commodities. Much like Mike Tomlin Sunday afternoon in Cleveland. History class is now in session, but just how much should Tomlin study the past and how much will he write on his own?


THE OPENER
  • Game: Steelers vs Cleveland Browns for the 111th time in history.
  • Where: Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland.
  • When: 1 p.m. Sunday
  • TV: KDKA-TV2
  • Radio: WDVE-FM (102.5), WBGG-AM (970) and the Steelers Radio Network.
  • Series: 55-55
  • Of note: The 110 games between the teams represents the most games played by two teams against each other ... the Steelers own a four-game winning streak on opening weekend -- the longest active streak in the NFL. They are 36-32-4 overall on opening day.

First & then: Taking the helm of the Pittsburgh Steelers

Five keys to a rebound for the Steelers after last season's 8-8 record

Top rookie: LaMarr Woodley

Gene Collier: Out on a limb

Bob Smizik: Another love affair with the pass not Steelers' best route

The '07 Opponents: Pregame notes

Scouting the AFC

Scouting the NFC

Ten Big (and not so big) Questions for the Season

A look back: Joe Greene / The Defiant Defender

Through the Years: The Changing NFL Landscape

New in 2007: Coaches making their debut this season



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