The Steelers have dropped the last three games and Steeler nation is in full panic mode.
While the team tries to regroup from the latest loss to gear up for the 7-1 Cowboys coming to town we’ll be busy looking for mentions of you Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Saturday, Nov. 12th.
It’s dusty in here
Sometimes you just need a feel-good moment. Teresa Varley delivers that moment to us via Ryan Skoranski’s wish. The 15-year-old is battling Ewing Sarcoma and had his wish to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers granted when the Make-A-Wish Foundation had him out for Friday’s practice with the team.
Skoranski met his favorite player, Antonio Brown and was overcome with emotion.
"“It’s amazing. Oh my. I have no words to really say how I feel. I love the Steelers. Everything they do I love it. I wanted my family to come with me too. They support me so much, with everything I am going through, they are here for me. I want to cry. I feel so special for once. When you are in the hospital for so long, you don’t feel special. Today I feel like a million bucks.” – Ryan Skoranski"
I’m not crying, you’re crying.
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Another one down
Pittsburgh has been bitten by the injury bug something awful this season. Another casualty was announced on Thursday when NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reported that running back DeAngelo Williams underwent knee surgery and could be out at least three weeks.
Seems like we’ll never get to see Le’Veon Bell and Williams on the field together. Williams started the season out strong in Bell’s absence but has had a decreased role since Bell returned and has missed a lot of practice because of his knee.
The team hasn’t made any official announcement but Williams has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys.
Come on down
Ladarius Green could be making his long-awaited debut this Sunday. First, he’d have to get off of the PUP list. Mike Prisuta said that Green told him he isn’t bothering Tomlin about a timeline of when he’s coming off of the list but he did get first-team reps in practice for the first time this week.
ESPN’s Matthew Berry talks the fantasy implications of Green joining the offense. Green has gone almost a full calendar year without suiting up in an NFL game. It’s not a guarantee that he’ll play this weekend but the odds are looking good for a decision to be made soon.