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Yinzer Gift Guide '11: Steelers Edition

Find the perfect gift for everyone in your life, as long as they bleed black and gold.

Fall is my most favorite of all the seasons, and I'm not just saying that because of the gross amounts of money I waste on pumpkin spice lattes at Starbucks. I love the crisp air, the crunch of leaves underfoot, the brilliant display of foliage, the corn stalks tied to porch pillars, the mums, the cider, the chili ... Internet, I could literally go on all day listing things I love about fall.

No, seriously.

 

But the one thing I think the vast majority of ’Burghers love about fall is the start of Steelers football. Maybe you’re planning on buying a gift for the Steelers fan in your life, or maybe your own stash of memorabilia just needs some new blood. Either way, I've found a few Steelers-themed items you might want to spend your money on provided you don't blow your kitty on pumpkin spice lattes.

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