The Steel Study: 2022 Summer Calendar of Works Preview

By Jeremy Hritz Happy Monday, Steel Studians, hope you are doing well, and I hope all of you had a great Father’s Day holiday. A new week is upon us, and there will be no Study Session today before getting back after it tomorrow. I wanted to take a few moments to chart out theContinue reading “The Steel Study: 2022 Summer Calendar of Works Preview”

Aaron Rodgers to the Steelers? Could It Really Happen? The Scenarios If It Does

By Jeremy Hritz According to Mike Florio of Prof Football Talk, Aaron Rodgers has four potential spots in which he could land: Denver, staying in Green Bay, Tennessee, and surprise, surprise, Pittsburgh. According to Florio, “If Rodgers chooses Denver or Tennessee or Pittsburgh, the deals will fall into place quickly, both as to the tradeContinue reading “Aaron Rodgers to the Steelers? Could It Really Happen? The Scenarios If It Does”

Steelers Can Still Win The AFC North, But Can They Realistically Do It?

By Jeremy Hritz Despite the turmoil and tumult of the 2021 season, the Steelers still have an opportunity to make it into the postseason, if–and that’s a big if–they can play well and win at least 3 of their final 4 games. And that’s easier said than done, as their remaining opponents all have winningContinue reading “Steelers Can Still Win The AFC North, But Can They Realistically Do It?”

Major Implications This Weekend for Steelers Vs. Browns: Win, Keep Pace; Lose, Uphill Battle

By Jeremy Hritz The Bengals sit atop the AFC North after shellacking the Ravens 41-17, and the gap between the Steelers and first place has lessened. On Sunday, the Steelers will have a chance to keep pace with their divisional counterparts, as they play the Browns, who are currently weakened due to injury, and stayContinue reading “Major Implications This Weekend for Steelers Vs. Browns: Win, Keep Pace; Lose, Uphill Battle”

Steelers Teams Starting 1-2 Making Playoffs? Historically, It Doesn’t Look Good

By Jeremy Hritz It’s been a rough start to the Steelers season, especially following such a scintillating victory against the Buffalo Bills in the 2021 opener. As it currently stands, the Steelers are 1-2, facing an uphill battle in the uber-competitive AFC North, battling against the Bengals, Browns, and Ravens for an opportunity to makeContinue reading “Steelers Teams Starting 1-2 Making Playoffs? Historically, It Doesn’t Look Good”

Pittsburgh Pat Freiermuth: The Steelers New TE1 and Answer to the Questions on Offense

By Jeremy Hritz Make no mistake about it, rookie Pat Freiermuth is your new Steelers #1 Tight End. Not only has he out-snapped Eric Ebron in the first two games, 62 to 51, but the few catches that he has been given the opportunity to make, he has clamped 5 passes for 60 yards, withContinue reading “Pittsburgh Pat Freiermuth: The Steelers New TE1 and Answer to the Questions on Offense”

The Door Is Closed On Dwayne Haskins for Steelers QB2. Right?

By Jeremy Hritz The door on who will be the backup quarterback to Ben Roethlisberger has closed, right? By all accounts and purposes, the job appears to belong to Mason Rudolph who while has been unspectacular this preseason, has been steady and productive. Where he has not be effective is in the red area, failingContinue reading “The Door Is Closed On Dwayne Haskins for Steelers QB2. Right?”

Five Surprises After Steelers Training Camp Concludes

By Jeremy Hritz The Steelers wrapped up training camp at Heinz Field yesterday, on a rainy Western, PA afternoon, and took one step closer to the conclusion of preseason preparations for week 1 against the Buffalo Bills. Cuts started this week, as the team slightly trimmed their roster from 90 to 85, and will doContinue reading “Five Surprises After Steelers Training Camp Concludes”

Dwayne Haskins Not As Unrealistic As You Would Think As Steelers QB2

By Jeremy Hritz Steelers training camp is in full-throttle, and the quarterback room is abuzz with the practice performance of current 3rd string quarterback, Dwayne Haskins. Somewhere, in a parallel universe, a Steelers’ equivalent to Allen Iverson is rolling his eyes, but Haskins output thus far has captured the attention of his teammates and coachingContinue reading “Dwayne Haskins Not As Unrealistic As You Would Think As Steelers QB2”