SCU Week in Review – June 2nd

In case you missed it (or anything) the SCU Week in Review recaps all articles, videos, posts and more, shared via Steel City Underground’s various platforms throughout the week.

Checking in with the tight ends group

How do the tight ends look? Should Pittsburgh extend Pat Freiermuth?

Joe answers these questions as he takes a look at the Steelers current tight end depth chart, plus makes some comparisons to other highly-paid players at the position.

View the video below on YouTube or visit our podcast page to find it on all of the popular audio platforms.

 

 

The aftermath of the NFL schedule could affect Steelers fans

Joe continues his in depth analysis of how the NFL’s schedule making decisions have an impact that reaches beyond the team. This article describes how season tickets holders are held hostage to the current system and how some may end up with the short straw as dedicated season ticket holders.

How the 2024 NFL schedule screwed Steelers season ticket holders

Watching from home?

Fans who watch the majority of Steelers games from home will want to check out this article that gives some tips on how to take NFL games with you, even if you’re abroad.

How to stream Steelers games this upcoming season

Award winners?

Yes, it’s preposterous to even think of before the month of June approached, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t already talking about awards for the upcoming NFL season.

Which Steelers have the best chance of landing accolades? Find out below.

Which Steelers have the best chance of winning postseason awards?

Remember when?

Christina Rivers provides us with some great trivia info as she explores the Steelers top ten wide receivers of all-time.

SCU’s weekly “Season Recall” also went back to just beyond the bye week, where the Steelers traveled to the City of Angels to face the Rams. Did the team continue building momentum after a week of rest?

Plus, this week’s Play of the Year revisits a seldom talked about hero from the Steelers special teams unit, highlighting Miles Killewbrew’s panache of blocking punts!


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