After two weeks in the proverbial wilderness, Heinz Field must have been a welcoming site. Even if the confines of home had no effect on the Steelers’ strange 4th quarter woes, the end result was favorable as they saved a gem of an offensive performance and held off the Chargers, 38-28.
For the second week in a row the Steelers’ defense dominated a game only to yield the game winning score with only seconds remaining. And, for the second week in a row, the offense looked productive in the first half only to sputter in the second.
It was enjoyable to see the draft picks and new players suit up and show their stuff last night and it will be fun to learn more about these prospects as the preseason continues.
You can ask anyone. Go ahead, ask them. “What was the Steelers’ weakest area last season?” Or how about, “When push comes to shove, who was more likely to be on the ground?” You got it – the Pittsburgh offensive line.
Big Max Starks finally came to terms with the Steelers on a new contract, inking a four year $26.3M deal featuring a $10M signing bonus. Seems like a good deal for the Steelers when one considers they were on the…
Fans have little choice but to speculate. Will the offensive line remain unchanged? Do the Steelers dare ignore their aging defensive line?
Victory Parade Banners Stolen Eleven Superbowl banners were nicked. Had to be an inside job, right? Wait a few days and check EBay, it’s almost a certainty. Double Superbowl Winner Andre Frazier Resigned He was a UDFA signing in 2005…