BTSC’s random thought renegade is back with his bizarre look at the Steelers week that was.
The Steelers may not get the numbers advantage may fans think comes with lining up a fullback to help run the ball.
Taunting is one of the points of emphasis for NFL officials in 2021, but it probably shouldn’t be.
Are the Steelers in the same class as both the Browns and Ravens in the AFC North? It just doesn’t feel that way right now.
It’s been nearly two decades since the Steelers made the playoffs after a regular-season loss at the hands of the Raiders. Yikes.
The defense is the strength of the 2021 Steelers team. After suffering so many injuries, both before and during Sunday’s 26-17 loss to the Raiders at Heinz Field, the offense proved to be incapable of picking up the slack.
The PR ploy of posting social media pictures of the Steelers as they arrive to and from places has officially jumped the shark.
Continuing to win early in the season is the Steelers top priority if they want to fulfill their championship aspirations
There’s nothing quite like the first full weekend of the NFL regular season.
The Steelers Week 1 game vs. the Bills was really supposed to be a coronation for the Bills and the next step toward them becoming "Made Men" and Super Bowl champions. Pittsburgh had other ideas and refused to bow down and kiss the ring.
The Steelers finally got T.J. Watt the deal he was hoping for, complete with $80 million guaranteed. Both sides made compromises, but who was the bad guy? There was no bad guy. Just different perspectives.
The Steelers entered the 2021 regular season with very low expectations. Those expectations may prove to be correct when all is said and done. But it’s hard to feel that way, right now, isn’t it? That’s how satisfying that 23-16 Week 1 road victory over the Bills truly was.
Not many people are giving the Steelers a chance to do much of anything in 2021. That could change with a victory over the Bills in Week 1.
The Steelers rookie running back has a great matchup to start his NFL career.
Fighting is overrated. It’s especially overrated when it occurs in the stands at sporting events, including football games involving the Pittsburgh Steelers.
There’s concern about the Steelers’ offensive line heading into the regular season. Some are lamenting the fact Pittsburgh went with Najee Harris in the first round of the Draft instead of a tackle. Only problem with that thinking is, Harris appears to be special.
The passing of Tunch Ilkin hits hard, for multiple reasons.
In part one of a two part series, this BTSC writer shares his thoughts and intuition about the Steelers 2021 offense.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and in hindsight, it was perhaps unrealistic to expect the Steelers offensive line to be rebuilt in one offseason.
Are you angry that Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster did the milk crate challenge so close to the regular season? Probably.
With very limited snaps in the preseason, Steeler fans should possibly be concerned about Banner’s availability.
Shakur Brown became a story long before he should have been one. Hopefully, for his sake, the UDFA out of Michigan State will go on to surprise us after all.
The Steelers were heavily criticized for their 2021 draft class, but are the Steelers getting the last laugh?
The heir apparent at the quarterback position does not have to be on the roster for a successful 2021 season.
Don’t let a little preseason network switcheroo get in the way of your long-distance love for the Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s a union that will stand the test of time.
Did you jump out of your seat when Najee Harris scampered for 46 yards after catching a pass from Ben Roethlisberger in the Steelers preseason win over the Lions?
When discussing Saturday night’s preseason game against the Lions, the first words out of anyone’s mouth should be "Ben Roethlisberger"
Ben Roethlisberger will retire one day, but if Saturday night’s dress-rehearsal preseason game against the Lions was any indication, that day may not come for quite awhile. Enjoy his greatness while you still can.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was in midseason form as he said a whole lot of nothing during his press conference on Thursday.
Steelers HC Mike Tomlin confirmed that Dan Moore Jr. is being groomed to be the swing tackle, but he looks more like a starter to me.
Steelers fans have a reputation for being very tough on and very unforgiving of quarterbacks. Mason Rudolph is just beginning to experience what that means. Can he beat the odds and win them over? Only time will tell.
The Steelers traded for Joe Schobert when they just as easily could have tried to fix their issues at inside linebacker internally. Teams that are serious about contending never stop trying to get better.