For the first time since 2004 the Steelers are looking for a quarterback, and for many this is uncharted territory.
The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback officially announced his retirement from the NFL, and it was done perfectly.
The Steelers current focus has to be on acquiring talent, rather than chasing wins.
Even after leaving the Patriots, Tom Brady, that legendary quarterback known mostly for winning Super Bowls, is still living rent free in this Steelers’ fan’s head.
I can’t believe it, either, I’m actually rooting for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2021/22 NFL playoffs.
17 things I learned about the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2021 regular season and postseason.
The Steelers made the decision to bring quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back for one final season in 2021. In doing so, they allowed the fans, themselves and Roethlisberger himself to say goodbye. They also did this while beginning a massive rebuild. It’s hard to argue with their plan.
The Pittsburgh Steelers future is anything but known at this juncture, but we’re going to dive head first into the unknown together.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are in the search for a new defensive coordinator, but will it be the only big coaching search this offseason?
Ranking the teams—from least desirable to most desirable—that I’d like to see win the Super Bowl now that the Steelers have been eliminated from the postseason.
The Steelers, a team nobody thought had any business being in the playoffs, entered the field as the seventh seed and was predictably thrashed by the Chiefs. With that in mind, there is now a belief among many that the NFL’s decision to expand its postseason field has greatly diluted its January product.
Most great athletes show their age if they stick around too long. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was no exception, as the essence that truly made him special was missing over his final two seasons.
Despite the best efforts of critics and NFL linebackers to drag him down, Ben Roethlisberger extended his play through 18 grueling seasons to achieve legendary status in the hearts of his fans in Pittsburgh and around the world.
No. 7 continues to exemplify the grit needed to pull victory from the jaws of defeat.
Some say yes, while others say no. So let’s look at both sides of the argument.
Everyone just assumed the Steelers were in the playoffs after everything that took place during the 1 p.m. slate of games. Unfortunately, the Raiders and Chargers almost gave Steeler Nation a new kind of heartbreak on Sunday Night Football.
This season looks hopeless but free agency and parity have shortened the journey from the doghouse to the penthouse.
The Steelers won ugly against the Browns at Heinz Field on Monday Night Football. Given that it was Ben Roethlisberger’s final home game, I’d say that was rather fitting.
What will I, now firmly in the "haters" category for my criticisms of the team as of late, say if the Steelers defeat the Browns at Heinz Field on Monday Night Football? I’ll say, "Yay!"
The 2021 Pittsburgh Steelers stink—they smell bad—and it’s okay to talk about that reality.
It’s a fan right to be angry and have strong opinions, but at least try to be reasonably informed.
When looking at the final four games of the season, the most difficult task was the one where the Steelers had everything go wrong.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will have a tough decision to make with their offensive coordinator this offseason.
A journey away from BTSC helped to realize where I was, was where I was always supposed to be.
Happy holidays, Steeler Nation!
For the die-hard statisticians out there, the way one play has been scored leaves a bit of a numerical conundrum.
The Steelers play the Titans this Sunday afternoon at Heinz Field. It’s the last time quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will play a home game at 1 p.m. (presumably). Why are tickets still available?