Lance Zierlein


Steelers’ Seven Shots – Sunday, May 7, 2017

Every Sunday during the offseason I plan on recapping for you seven items related to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the rest of the NFL that may have fallen through the cracks the past week that should be worth your time to read. This weekly feature will be entitled “Steelers’ Seven…



NFL.com Mock Draft: Steelers Take Tight End In First Round

A new name to Depot’s rolodex of mock drafts. Lance Zierlein rolled out his third mock draft today for NFL.com and he has the Pittsburgh Steelers taking Miami (FL) tight end David Nojku with the 30th overall pick. Here’s his explanation for the pick. “I would run this card up…









Steelers Film Room: Anthony Chickillo, Run Defender

Yesterday we examined Pittsburgh Steelers sixth rounder Anthony Chickillo as a pass rusher, displaying his struggles to win consistently in that area. With Pittsburgh looking to fit the 6-3, 270-pound defensive lineman into an outside linebacker role, Chickillo’s lack of movement skills, athleticism, and premier pass-rushing traits could expose him…


Steelers Film Room: Eagles Break Steelers’ Pass Protection

Lance Zierlein is a well-known analyst for NFL.com and the son of former Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive line coach Larry Zierlein. I just happened to catch his periscope video, a 15 minute breakdown of offensive line pass protections with his father. I intended to watch just to gather some insight from a…


After Landing Versatile Dupree, Steelers Move On To Day-Two

After posting such mind-boggling numbers at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine in February, it was clear Kentucky’s Bud Dupree was going to skyrocket up draft boards. Some even had him mocked in the top ten picks. However, as the Pittsburgh Steelers round one selection crept closer Thursday night, it became…


Steelers Seven-Round Re-Mock The Mock Draft Exercise

NFL Media analysts Lance Zierlein and Chad Reuter recently released a full seven-round mock draft ahead of Thursday’s 2015 NFL Draft and while I’m going to post the eight selections they made for the Pittsburgh Steelers at the bottom of this post, I’d like to also use their entire list…