The Steelers are coming off of their first home win and are looking to stack their victories with a trip across the state this weekend.
While the focus turns from the Bengals to the Eagles we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Wednesday, Sept. 21st.
AB will get his touches
There was a lot less twerking in the end zone this weekend and that’s because Antonio Brown didn’t make a visit there. Ben Roethlisberger joined 93.7 The Fan’s Cook and Poni Show for his usual Tuesday spot and he explained that it wasn’t a typical day for him but he’ll be ok with it.
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"“AB’s going to get his catches, he’s going to get his yards because he’s the best in the business and we all know that. We just need AB not to get down if he has a game like this. He knows he’s the best, we all know he’s the best…and he wants to break records, I mean records are meant to be broken. It’s awesome when you do it. It’s awesome when you help teammates break records but at the end of the day, I think AB just wants to win a championship.” – Ben Roethlisberger"
He’s not twerking for touchdowns, he’s twerking for championships.
No, you stop
Tuesday was a compliment-fest between Roethlisberger and AB when Brown joined ESPN’s NFL Live on Tuesday afternoon. Brown explained that this is the best Roethlisberger has ever been as he leads the NFL in touchdown passes after two weeks of play.
Brown described the chemistry between him and his quarterback as always advancing. He says they’re in sync whether on the field or in the film room. You think Roethlisberger twerks when no one is looking?
A lot of attention has been paid to the actions of players during the playing of the national anthem. Colin Kaepernick’s preseason protest has sparked nationwide debate and discussion. Unfortunately, however, most of the discussion has been about what to do during the playing of the national anthem.
While people have shared their hot takes on what is or isn’t worth protesting a 40-year-old father of four was fatally shot by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was with his car after breaking down and in the released police video it can be heard that he was described as a “big bad dude” by police before he was ever approached.
Steelers guard Ramon Foster offered some perspective on the matter in his tweets and his visit to 93.7 The Fan’s Morning Show. Hopefully his thoughts on the matter open some eyes on what’s really important here.