The Pittsburgh Steelers have just announced which home games they will be wearing their color rush and throwback jerseys for the upcoming season.
The first opportunity to see the Steelers in action with an alternative uniform in 2019 will be under the prime-time lights of Monday Night Football in Week 8 against the Miami Dolphins. Opting first for the color rush jerseys, the Steelers will once again wear the all-black uniforms when the majority of the game will be played after sundown. The Steelers will then don their throwback jerseys during their 4:25 P.M. match-up in Week 10 against the Los Angeles Rams.
With the teams’ success in both sets of uniforms, many look forward to seeing the Steelers sport their alternative jerseys. With a record of 4-0 in the black uniforms with gold numbers, the Steelers’ color rush jerseys have been very popular with fans. Last season the Steelers produced a 52-21 victory in Week 10 over the Carolina Panthers along with the marquee 17-10 win over the New England Patriots in Week 15.
The 2018 season was the fist season with the current Steelers’ throwback jersey. A tribute to the 40-year anniversary of the 1978 Super Bowl Champions, the black jerseys with white block numbers are a stark contrast to the previous “bumble bee” uniforms. The Steelers were victorious in Week 8 of 2018 against the Cleveland Browns by a score of 33-18 in their most recent throwbacks.