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... defensive line may be playing somewhat out of position . The pair of first round picks spent on defensive ends Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward aren't busts as much as they're now fairly questioned as to which position they should be playing. Many of ... Comment?
... defensive line. In 2009, after beating the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII, they drafted defensive end Ziggy Hood with the 32nd overall pick. And, in 2011, after losing to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV, they drafted another defensive ... Comment?
... defensive line. In 2009, after beating the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII, they drafted defensive end Ziggy Hood with the 32nd overall pick. Read more ... To report inappropriate comments, abuse and/or repeat offenders, please send an email ... Comment?
... on one position, under Mike Tomlin , the Steelers have spent two first round picks on 3-4 defensive ends. Both Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward were picked at the end of the first round to help bring some youth and talent to the Steelers front. Hood ... Comment?
... 2010 averaged 30.5 years of age, although the actual lineup for the season ended up averaging 29.5 years because Ziggy Hood replaced an injured Aaron Smith ." The implications of that sentence is where we'll end our journey today, but let's start ... Comment?
... he's more of a glorified No. 2 and this team needs a clear No.1 target for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger . Ziggy Hood , defensive end-It's time for Hood, a former first round draft pick entering into his 5th season to take that next step. Hood was ... Comment?
... defensive line, could they switch to a 4-3 scheme? You can make a case for it on paper. The Steelers can go with Ziggy Hood , Cameron Heyward , Steve McLendon and Brett Keisel up front and LaMarr Woodley , James Harrison and Lawrence Timmons at ... Comment?
... team's Wild Card playoff loss to the Denver Broncos in the previous season and he was joined by defensive ends Ziggy Hood and Brett played 139 snaps to Hampton's 503 and spent the slight majority of his time in pass rushing situations, which netted ... Comment?
... well up front. Although the team has selected two defensive ends in the first round in the past few drafts, both Ziggy Hood and Cameron could be a three-down player for the Steelers and provide a good inside pass rush on third down situations. would ... Comment?
... up a third-and-five. Griffin III tried to take the ball himself, but was stopped short by Keenan Lewis and Ziggy Hood. The Redskins were finally able to score on a two-yard toss to Moss. Showing more tenacity, Ziggy Hood blocked Forbath's extra ... Comment?
... the regular season AND STILL barely played. Baffling. By all accounts, no one worked harder last offseason than Ziggy Hood. No one lifted more weights or added more muscle. No one came into camp in any better shape with any better attitude. ... Comment?
... The Steelers have invested a lot on defensive ends in recent years, and these players will be counted on in 2013. Ziggy Hood is good for a slow start and a strong finish, and Cameron Heyward should see an increase in his role next season. Al Woods ... Comment?
... he would be able to do it at the NFL level. If the answer is yes, Williams would be a great pick to push both Ziggy Hood and Steve McLendon for playing time since both will only be under contract for one more year. He is still very raw, having only ... Comment?
... Foote and Keenan Lewis will be Unrestricted Free Agents this offseason, Ryan Clark along with Brett Keisel and Ziggy Hood will be set to become UFA's after the 2013 campaign, and James Harrison will be due two more big paydays over the final years ... Comment?
... will share the nose tackle slot. Brett Keisel is old, but is playing as well as any defensive end in the game and Ziggy Hood is getting better each year. Even though Curtez Allen was impressive filling in for the injured Taylor, he's still not as ... Comment?
... don't need to put up gaudy statistics. Much of their work goes unnoticed. Still, former first-round draft picks Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward could use some competition to keep their jobs next season. Heyward gave himself something to build on in ... Comment?
... Specifically, the changing of guard along the defensive line. Going into this season, I was underwhelmed by both Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward . Their performance this year has changed my mind. People have been wanting to see more of Steve McLendon ... Comment?
... change of position could be used as an excuse for these struggles, but the Steelers need more from their veteran. Ziggy Hood came into training camp in probably the best shape of his career after working hard this past offseason (via Pro Football ... Comment?
... well, much like Harrison. The Steelers have spent two first round picks in the last few years on defensive ends ( Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward ). While neither is at the same level as Keisel, Heyward (Keisel's likely replacement in the starting ... Comment?
... The Bengals will challenge the Steelers' sideline-to-sideline speed as well as their technique along the line. DE Ziggy Hood and OLB LaMarr Woodley should expect a dozen tackle opportunities each, and their ability to hold that offensive right side ... Comment?