The Steelers returned to their winning form against the Chiefs and look to stay perfect against the AFC when the Jets come to town.
While the team recovers from their latest victory and puts the Jets plan into motion we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Friday, Oct. 7th.
Sack, win, repeat
Cameron Heyward is looking for more of the same out of the defense. Mike Prisuta describes how the defense up their sack totals from one sack total in the first three games to four sacks in one night against the Chiefs. Sacks don’t always equal winning but they certainly can help.
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"“Last week was last week. It can’t just be a blip on the radar. We have a lot of good pass rushers, guys who can get after the quarterback but have to prove it weeks in and week out.” – Cam Heyward"
They can help themselves out if they can repeat the defensive performances against basically everyone but the Eagles so far.
Make it rain in Goodell’s office
The NFL fined Antonio Brown $24,309 for what they call is a sexually suggestive touchdown celebration. His second fine for such an infraction so far this season.
How dare he thrust his hips like that and be excited to score a touchdown in a game! What about the children who are watching? What are they going to think after they’re done watching dozens of erectile dysfunction commercials and come back to that sight? For shame.
Looking for a comeback
Remember Ladarius Green? He’s the tight end Pittsburgh traded for this offseason that we were all stoked for. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler gives us a glimmer of hope in seeing him in an actual Steelers uniform at some point this season.
He told Fowler that the goal is to return Week 7, which would be just in time for the matchup against the New England Patriots.
"“It’s looking good right now. Can’t say for sure. Nothing specific would hold me back. I still have a ways to go with the ankle but it’s going good. It’s better.” – Ladarius Green"