Overreactions from Steelers Nation: Replacing Big Ben, OL can’t be fixed

Welcome to my weekly edition of “Overreactions from Steelers Nation”. This week, I’m diving deep into the panic-induced fluster fans feel when their favorite team loses. For us, that happens to be the Pittsburgh Steelers, who dropped a game to the Cincinnati Bengals. Overreactions from Steelers Nation: Replacing Big Ben, OL can’t be fixed appeared… Continue reading Overreactions from Steelers Nation: Replacing Big Ben, OL can’t be fixed

9 Steelers surprises from Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals

Disappointment? Frustration? Forgiveness? I feel so many darn emotions during Steelers games, and Sunday’s snafu against the Cincinnati Bengals was no different. The number of indentations on my head, from scratching it so often during the game, are countless. The surprises this week are all in the negative column – mostly. Yet, these are items… Continue reading 9 Steelers surprises from Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals

The 5: Pittsburgh Steelers to watch versus the Cincinnati Bengals

After a very disheartening loss in their home opener against the Raiders, the Steelers look to rebound against a team they have owned for over a decade: the Cincinnati Bengals. A lot of bad things occurred on Sunday, including injuries, misjudgments, and missed opportunities. Those items cost the Steelers a victory in their Heinz Field… Continue reading The 5: Pittsburgh Steelers to watch versus the Cincinnati Bengals

4 Steelers surprises from Sunday’s loss to the Las Vegas Raiders

The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped their first loss of the 2021 regular season with a 26-17 defeat at the hands of the Las Vegas Raiders. This week’s surprises mostly center around disappoint – and there was plenty to go around. Let’s have a look at Week 2’s Steelers surprises. Embed from Getty Images Injuries The optimistic… Continue reading 4 Steelers surprises from Sunday’s loss to the Las Vegas Raiders

Steelers’ ability to rebound against Eagles results in second preseason win

On Thursday night, the Pittsburgh Steelers certainly didn’t get off on a quick start in their second – and the Philadelphia Eagles’ first – preseason game of the 2021-22 NFL season. After facing several major deficits, including a 13-0 hole they had to dig out of, the Steelers were able to rebound and pull off… Continue reading Steelers’ ability to rebound against Eagles results in second preseason win

NFL Preseason Preview: Steelers and Eagles meet in ‘battle for Pennsylvania’

Each week, prior to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ NFL preseason games in 2021, Steel City Underground will look at players, depth charts, and potential standouts or key positional groups in the upcoming matchup. NFL Preseason Preview: Steelers and Eagles meet in ‘battle for Pennsylvania’ appeared first on Steel City Underground.