J.J. Watt

Keith Butler Relates To T.J. Watt’s Brotherly Rivalry

Most, I assume, are aware of the fact that Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler was not only formerly a linebackers coach, but also a linebacker himself. He was a second-round draft pick of the Seahawks in 1978 and played there for a decade, starting 132 games as an inside…



‘Watt Christmas’ Will Be More Than Just A Dream

You should probably begin to prepare yourselves for it now, because you’re definitely going to be hearing it pretty soon, and then again in late December. The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted outside linebacker T.J. Watt, the young brother of Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt. The Texans will host the Steelers…



Antonio Brown Becoming Model Of Consistency

I recently found myself browsing an article that I came across on my Twitter feed from Pro Football Focus, which purported to list the most consistent players in the NFL over the course of the past five seasons. Eight players were listed, and I could not help but notice that…


Antonio Brown Nominated For 2016 ESPY For Best NFL Player

It won’t be along until the 2016 ESPYS take place and if you are looking forward to that annual awards show, you will be glad to hear that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is up for one again this year. For a second consecutive year, Brown has been nominated…




The Pessimist’s Take: Cameron Heyward Gets His Due

The Pittsburgh Steelers have, by and large, been on an upward swing over the course of the past two and a half seasons after they missed the playoffs for two straight seasons, and failed to win a postseason game in four straight years. Last season saw them gain that elusive…






Cameron Heyward Would Be Last To State His Case For Pro Bowl

The names of those who were selected for the Pro Bowl were announced yesterday, and the Pittsburgh Steelers were not unfairly represented with three contributors of their own—even if the hope, as always, is that none of them will be eligible to participate in the game due to prior engagements…


Ranking The Steelers: Defense

We’re having a little bit of fun here on the bye week. From best to worst, I’ll rank every Pittsburgh Steelers who has played at least 10% of the offense’s snaps in 2015. That means you won’t see names like Brandon Boykin, Anthony Chickillo, or L.T. Walton on this list. This…