Meet the Man Who Will Step in for Steelers TJ Watt: OLB Malik Reed

By Jeremy Hritz Malik Reed has the monumental task of filling in for TJ Watt as he begins rehabilitation for his pectoral injury. While there is no replacing Watt, as he is an amazing player, Reed must be productive in order for the Steelers defense to play at a high-level. And it won’t all fallContinue reading “Meet the Man Who Will Step in for Steelers TJ Watt: OLB Malik Reed”

Steelers Win 23-20 in OT, But Lose Two Stars: All Attention on TJ Watt and Najee Harris This Monday

By Jeremy Hritz The Steelers won in dramatic, and potentially tragic fashion, yesterday against the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-20, in overtime to start the season with a win and 1-0 in the AFC North. Divisional wins are hard to come by, and kicking things off with one puts the team in good shape for the yearContinue reading “Steelers Win 23-20 in OT, But Lose Two Stars: All Attention on TJ Watt and Najee Harris This Monday”

Thoughts on the Steelers 53-Man Roster: OLB Strengthened, OL Still Questionable, and Jaylen Warren Is the Winner

By Jeremy Hritz The Pittsburgh Steelers 2022 53-man roster is set (for now), and the team can shift its attention to its first regular season game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, September 11th at 1:00 pm. Some trades were made (OLB, OL), some were not (Mason Rudolph is still a Steeler), and there wereContinue reading “Thoughts on the Steelers 53-Man Roster: OLB Strengthened, OL Still Questionable, and Jaylen Warren Is the Winner”

Steelers Mitch Trubisky Gets First Shot as Starter on Saturday

By Jeremy Hritz Wow, what a shocker. I’m kidding. Not that it means anything, or that it is indicative of who will be the regular season starter come the first game in Cincinnati, but Mike Tomlin announced during his Thursday press conference that Mitch Trubisky would in fact be the starter in the first preseasonContinue reading “Steelers Mitch Trubisky Gets First Shot as Starter on Saturday”

Steelers George Pickens Compared to Randy Moss? Stop It. Right?

By Jeremy Hritz On August 9th, Steelers beat writer Chris Adamski of the Tribune Review tweeted “I don’t wanna say the George Pickens hype train has left the station and just might be running off the proverbial rails… but I heard a former player say he “reminds me of Randy Moss” today.” Whoa. That’s aContinue reading “Steelers George Pickens Compared to Randy Moss? Stop It. Right?”

3 Steelers in Need of Solid Performances This Saturday Against the Seahawks

By Jeremy Hritz It’s an important week for the Pittsburgh Steelers, as they prepare for their first preseason contest of the year this coming Saturday at Acrisure Stadium against the Seattle Seahawks at 7:00 pm. The work invested in camp for the players and coaches will now be put to its first test, and thereContinue reading “3 Steelers in Need of Solid Performances This Saturday Against the Seahawks”

Summary/Conclusions on Each Position for the Steelers Following the Last Several Days of Training Camp Practice: Who Stood Out, Who Stepped Back

By Jeremy Hritz Training Camp, especially for the Pittsburgh Steelers, is magical. Even more so when it takes place at the fabled St. Vincent’s in Latrobe. After a hiatus due to COVID-19, camp returned to its rightful home, and the team has been in the throes of preparation for the 2022 season exactly where theyContinue reading “Summary/Conclusions on Each Position for the Steelers Following the Last Several Days of Training Camp Practice: Who Stood Out, Who Stepped Back”

What to Expect from Diontae Johnson in Year #4

By Jeremy Hritz Diontae Johnson signed a contract extension yesterday for additional two years, valued at $36.71 million dollars. With the contract now behind him, Johnson can focus on having his best season in 2022, and the Steelers avoid any unnecessary distraction that could shift the focus away from football. Johnson is now the “featured”Continue reading “What to Expect from Diontae Johnson in Year #4”

Steel Study Summer Update: An Update on the Site

By Jeremy Hritz What is up, Steel Studians, it’s been a bit! Just wanted to provide an update on the site so you know what to expect, what is going on, as we get closer to training camp. I am currently on vacation, so Study Sessions and The Steel Study Podcast will not resume untilContinue reading “Steel Study Summer Update: An Update on the Site”

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”