Antonio Brown and Big Ben Need to Hug it Out

I’m not the biggest Antonio Brown fan. The only person I despise more is Ben Roethlisberger (more on him in a moment). I’m also not going to be one of those knuckleheads who says that my beloved Pittsburgh Steelers need to trade Antonio Brown. In fact, there are several reasons why the Steelers would be…

What To Do About Mike Tomlin

Followers of this blog know how much I can’t stand Mike Tomlin. I don’t like the fact that he is emotional to the point that he lets his emotion cloud his judgment. We’ve seen it throughout his tenure. His team gets high for good teams and low for the terrible teams. How do they lose…

Mike Tomlin Should Not — and Will Not — Be Fired

I’ve been down on Mike Tomlin since my Steelers’ upset loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. As a buddy of mine put it, I could write a book on how bad Tomlin handled that game. I was baffled by Tomlin’s lack of preparation. It was obvious to me that my Steelers overlooked Jacksonville. A few minutes…

The Reason I Love the Steelers: Dan Rooney

There are a few professional sports franchises that have a one-name association with them. New York Giants: Mara.  New York Yankees: Steinbrenner.  Oakland Raiders: Davis.  Los Angeles Lakers: Showtime.  Dallas Cowboys: “Jerry-world”. One of those biggest names passed earlier today.  Rooney – as in Dan, the chairman of my beloved Pittsburgh Steelers. Before I become…

Changes Are Needed in the Steel City

I’ve officially had it.  As a longtime Pittsburgh Steelers fan, I have been disgusted with a variety of things over the last three seasons.   I’m disgusted with my team constantly playing to the level of inferior competition, particularly on the road.  I’m disgusted with the uneven play of offensive on a week-to-week basis.  And…

Steelers Blew The Ravens Game

This longtime Pittsburgh Steelers fan is seething.  SO seething. As I watched my beloved Steelers blow a 20-7 lead in a loss to the hated Baltimore Ravens, I expressions went from joy, sadness to pure anger.  The anger comes from blown opportunity after blown opportunity. Lets us count the ways… First of all, let’s start…