2017 South Side Questions: Does AB Deserve The Backlash?

The regular season is now over, and the Pittsburgh Steelers are taking their practices at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex, formerly known and still referred to as the ‘South Side’ facility of Heinz Field. While the postseason is now upon us, there is plenty left to be done. And there…


Jesse James Has Career Day As Pass Catcher In Kansas City

The Pittsburgh Steelers weathered the storm of their all-time greatest tight end retiring by going out and signing a receiving tight end in free agency in Ladarius Green. But he missed the first half of the season while recovering with an ankle injury. When he finally did get on the…


Chris Boswell Matched Chiefs’ Offensive Output Last Night

Fun nugget info for the “stats of the weird’ fanbase that we have. This time, a hat tip to the fine people over at ESPN’s Stats and Info. They pointed out last night that Chris Boswell’s field goals matched the entire offensive output of the Kansas City Chiefs. 227 to…


Ryan Shazier Now Linked To Ike Taylor Following Sunday Interception

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier recorded yet another interception in Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs and he’s now had one in each of the last four games. If that’s not enough, Shazier is now linked to the unlikeliest Steelers player when it comes to interceptions…



Video: Chiefs’ Player Upset With Steelers WR Antonio Brown After Game

There was a little commotion on the field following the Pittsburgh Steelers Divisional Round playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs and Josina Anderson of ESPN was there to capture it all. After the Steelers beat the Chiefs, it appears as though Kansas City cornerback Terrance Mitchell wasn’t too happy…


Harrison Told Shazier He Felt He Could Beat Chiefs Tackle Ahead Of Game

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison continues to hold off Father Time as the 38-year-old not only had the only sack in Sunday night’s Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs, he also drew a holding call on the potential game-tying two-point conversion play with 2:47 left in the fourth…



Ryan Clark on Antonio Brown: ‘He’s So Self Absorbed’

As you probably already know by now, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown decided to stream live from the team locker room following the Sunday night win over the Kansas City Chiefs and that broadcast included head coach Mike Tomlin making a meant-to-be-private speech that now has the internets buzzing. On…


Steelers’ Defense Doing Something Only The Steel Curtain Accomplished

Like I wrote, this is not the second coming of the Steel Curtain. But they’re doing an awfully good impression. Keith Butler and this Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense have accomplished their weekly goal of not giving up more than 16 points over the last two games. Twelve to Miami, 16 yesterday…



Film Room: Red Zone Interception Ben’s Fault, Not Haley’s

All’s well that ends well, I suppose, but the Pittsburgh Steelers’ red zone offense was less efficient than the layout of the Fort Pitt Bridge. It can be traced back to a lot of issues, poor playcalls and a lack of execution. Ben Roethlisberger was responsible for one of those…


Steelers’ Late Situational Failures On Defense Led To Close Finish

The Kansas City Chiefs may have gone just two-for-nine on third down during last night’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but that 22-percent conversion rate doesn’t tell the full story, and not just because they also managed to convert on both of their attempts on fourth down, which essentially negates…


Steelers ‘Hold’ Tight On Two-Point Defense Thanks to Harrison, Davis

With the exception of last week’s relatively smooth-sailing Wildcard victory over the Dolphins, during which the most contentious discussing in the week that followed was why the Pittsburgh Steelers had left quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in a game in which there were fewer than six minutes to play with an 18-point…


Film Room: Sean Davis Secures Win With Two-Point Breakup

The game was tied. Then it wasn’t. An Eric Fisher hold, something Travis Kelce was very, very salty about, negated the Kansas City Chiefs’ initial two-point conversion, one that would’ve tied the game at 18. It moved the Chiefs back to their 12 with another crack at it. And Keith Butler’s…