Offensive Player of the Week- Tua Tagovailoa, QB Miami Dolphins Baltimore had Miami on the ropes in this one, with a 28-7 lead at halftime and a 35-14 lead heading into the final frame. Then, Tua became a man possessed leading the Dolphins to 28 fourth quarter points including tossing the game-winner to Jaylen Waddle... Continue Reading →
Offensive Player of the Week- Patrick Mahomes, QB Kansas City Chiefs Before the season began, there were questions about how the Chiefs offense would look after the departure of dynamic speedster Tyreek Hill to Miami. Those questions were answered, emphatically, by Mahomes against the Arizona Cardinals. The Kansas City quarterback completed 30/39 passes for 360... Continue Reading →
After seven long, football-less months, the NFL is officially back. The 2022 season kicked off last night at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. For the Bills it was with a bang, and for the Rams it was with a whimper. The story of the first half, for both teams, was sloppy. Very sloppy. In the... Continue Reading →
The 2020 version of the Pittsburgh Steelers sports one of the league’s best defenses. They are ranked in the top ten in almost every statistical category. This love for the defense however, is overshadowing the offense; which has quietly put together a good season thus far.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are on a roll to start the season winning their first five games. They face their toughest challenge yet, going up against the also undefeated Tennessee Titans
Ryan "Don't Call Me Seep" Seiple has an interesting theory about a young quarterback the Steelers should consider bringing in.
Ryan "Don't Call me Seep" Seiple is back, with an opinion about an underrated pass rusher in the wild, wild NFC West.
Now that the preseason is well underway, Steelers Ryan takes a stab at the Black and Yellow's final 53.