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Mike Tomlin arguing with an NFL referee

Officiating is destroying the integrity of the NFL

After watching the conference championship games this past weekend, I believe football fans everywhere are finally beginning to see what a lot of us noticed much earlier: that officiating decisions are destroying the integrity of professional football. While the old adage of not allowing the referees to dictate the outcome ...

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Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell rushes against the New England Patriots in the AFC Conference Championship

Le’Veon Bell would not have saved the Steelers season

Le'Veon Bell is a former All-Pro running back, and Steelers fans have a right to be frustrated that he elected to sit this season out. However, to say that his absence was the reason the Steelers didn't make the playoffs this year is a naive train of thought. To start, ...

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Steelers win in final seconds on Big Ben touchdown run

Turning Points: Big Ben puts the team on his back

Could've. Would've. Should've. These words define those who fall short of their goals. Such is the case of this series, which will examine the ebbs and flows of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 season and how specific individual plays may have shaped the year.

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Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak

SCU Week in Review – January 20th

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.

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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt reacts after sacking Jeff Driskel of the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 17 of the 2018 NFL regular season

Who should Steelers fans root for to win Super Bowl LIII?

The Steelers not playing football during Championship Weekend is hard enough, let alone going through the entire postseason with no Black and Gold football. Football is not over just yet! So, who should Steelers fans root for during Championship Weekend as teams prepare to play in Super Bowl 53? Embed ...

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How to watch the Conference Championships as a Steelers fan

We’ve all seen the knockoffs of the Terrible Towel flying in opposing stadiums during this NFL postseason in which the originator of the rally towel is spectating from the sideline. It was a season of missed opportunities for the Steelers, and as such, most of us fans are still sitting ...

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Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner

For better or worse, the Steelers ARE making coaching changes

Over the last couple of seasons Steelers fans have demanded changes within the organization they are passionate about. While those changes haven’t reflected the most egregious of requests (“Fire Tomlin”, “Fire Butler” in mind) the team has made several switches going back from last season. Those changes have come about ...

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Pittsburgh Steelers K Chris Boswell

5 Steelers To Watch: Way too early offseason edition

With the Steelers offseason happening a little earlier this year, I thought it would be timely to look at some players on the current roster and how their futures in the Steel City may pan out. This list isn’t all-inclusive when it comes to free agents: in fact, it’s quite ...

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Turning Points: Not playing until there is a whistle

Turning Points: Not playing until there’s a whistle

Could've. Would've. Should've. These words define those who fall short of their goals. Such is the case of this series, which will examine the ebbs and flows of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 season and how specific individual plays may have shaped the year.

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Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak

Why the Steelers didn’t “lose” Mike Munchak

One of the more preposterous storylines I’ve been seeing among critics of the Pittsburgh Steelers over the last twenty-four hours is about (now former) offensive line coach Mike Munchak. The commentary is all over the board, but primarily lumped into the organization’s other drama, such as that of the ongoing ...

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Steelers receiver Antonio Brown exits the locker room ahead of the game against the New Orleans Saints alone

SCU Week in Review – January 13th

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.

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