Steelers

2017 Week 5 Steelers Vs Jaguars – What To Watch For

Despite the fact that the Pittsburgh Steelers have yet to play a full ‘complete’ game—they have perhaps played one complete half, in the first half of last week’s game against the Ravens—the team finds itself in excellent position heading into the second quarter of the season with a 3-1 record…


Steelers 2017 1st Quarter Offensive Charting Notes

Now that we are a full quarter of the way through the 2017 regular season, it’s time for our first check-in in updating our offensive charting notes through the first four games. Much of it will be apparent just from having watched the games, of course (i.e. Antonio Brown played…


Steelers 2017 Week 4 Special Teams Report

Another game has come and gone, and another week of special teams play is in the books. So it’s time for another installment of the special teams report. You might not be shocked by this, but Darrius Heyward-Bey was the first guy down the field on the opening kickoff, which…



Steelers’ 2-Point Revolution Seems To Be Over

Two years ago, it seemed as though the Pittsburgh Steelers were prepared to bring about a miniature revolution about the way that teams approached their offensive game plan, using two-point conversion attempts after touchdowns as a proactive scoring measure rather than a reactive one while playing catch-up from a deficit…


Steelers 2017 Week 4 Offensive Charting Notes

The Pittsburgh Steelers came into Sunday’s game with a plan in mind to get the running game going, and they did that—including dedicating the personnel in order to carry out that plan. As you’ll see below, they used three-receiver sets less frequently than in the first three games in order…



Offense Flashes Full Potential But Still Holding Itself Back

The Pittsburgh Steelers turned in their best offensive showing of the season, but it wasn’t all pretty. In fact, there were some stretches of ugliness, and as has been the story for the last three weeks, a good chunk of it was self-inflicted. I Tweeted during halftime that I felt…


Wanted: Pole Position In Division Race

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens have so far tread roughly comparable courses over the course of the first three weeks of the season. In the cases of each, their games have come against either underwhelming opponents or those who were undermanned, and both of them are coming off of…


2017 Week 4 Steelers Vs Ravens – What To Watch For

So apparently there is going to be some sort of game played today in Baltimore between two teams in colorful uniforms and an immense amount of pads. I’m not sure that that’s really all about at the moment because apparently the only thing there is left to talk about anymore…


Steelers 2017 Week 3 Offensive Charting Notes

Another game is in the books, which obviously means that we are due for another installment of our weekly charting notes. The Pittsburgh Steelers lost Sunday to the Bears, falling to 2-1 on the season, during which the offense was only able to muster 17 points, including a field goal…





Steelers Look To Claim 6th Straight Road Regular Season Road Win

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a bit of a bad rap for being an underperforming road team, but the current reality is that that have actually won their last five games away from Heinz Field during regular season play, including the season opener in Cleveland and during four contests in their…