Steve Treu: The Bumblebees swarm after Lions fake away points
A simple multiple-choice question to check your football IQ ... You are Jim Schwartz, head coach of the Detroit Lions, and your team is clinging to a 27-23 lead early in the fourth quarter. It is fourth-and-5 from the Pittsburgh 10.
Steve Treu: Steelers ‘back in it’ after beating Buffalo
Not much went on in the press box yesterday, outside of swirling “Does Big Ben want to be traded?” rumors. But no one is interested in that.
Steve Treu: Steelers battered by Brady — again
You didn’t need to watch yesterday’s game to know what was going to happen. These days, you could have just asked your phone. “Siri, are the Pittsburgh Steelers going to beat the New England Patriots?”
Steve Treu: It was over early in Oakland, but Steelers still made it, uh, interesting
Early in next year's draft the Pittsburgh Steelers need to select a mathematician. A kid with an elementary school education would suffice. You know, someone who can teach the team what to do in obvious situations that require simple addition and subtraction skills.
Steve Treu: Not picture-perfect like the Duck, but Steelers will take a win
It was indeed a big one. Tens of thousands came to downtown Pittsburgh to make sure they saw it. Hustling and bustling amongst each other in order to get a good view of it, the rabid fans snapped lots of pictures and nearly all of them left smiling.
Steve Treu: Steelers win a game, not much else
Bill Cowher was having a chat with Ben Roethlisberger this week about the rest of the Steelers’ season. According to Cowher, they talked about whether there was a possible “renewance” of the team’s fortunes upcoming.
Steve Treu: No matter where they play, Steelers offer pitiful performances
So you are sitting there on the couch yesterday watching the Steelers-Vikings game beside your annoying friend. You know, the one who screams too much at the TV like the guy “Ramsey” in the Bud Light commercial.
Steve Treu: Cutler’s feet put winless Steelers in huge hole
The moment the Pittsburgh Steelers’ playoff chances came to an end was pretty simple to spot. With just over nine minutes left in the game on a running clock, trailing by only four points, the Steelers seemingly had Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler sandwiched in the pocket for a sack on third-and-10 deep in his own territory.
Steve Treu: Yep, the Steelers are pretty sorry, so let’s go Bucs!
So your Pittsburgh Steelers are 0-2, no big deal. You always have the Pirates to cheer for in October. (That cool breeze you just felt was a waft of air gusting up from a suddenly chilly down under. And I mean waaaay down under, not Australia down under.)
Steve Treu: You want a silver lining for Steelers? All I’ve got is a eulogy
The football quintuple-hopped idyllically downfield, a picturesque boot executed just as Shaun Suisham had dreamed of all off-season. The bounding knuckler by the hamstrung kicker clearly confused Titans return man Darius Reynaud, who seemed to be hypnotized by the amateurish looking kick.
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