Steelers News: Ramon Foster, Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell


The Steelers are winners of four straight and are about to embark on their quest to win the AFC North and return to the playoffs.

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While the team returns to practice and gets ready to face the Bengals in a heated AFC North showdown we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Tuesday, Dec. 13th.

I think I just threw up in my mouth a little

Ramon Foster was cheering for the Patriots on Monday. You read that right. Teresa Varley was just as confused as we are when Foster told her that he’s jumping on the New England Patriots bandwagon temporarily as they face the Baltimore Ravens in the hopes a Ravens loss will give Pittsburgh the outright lead in the division.

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I wonder how many showers Foster had to take after that. There’s no way to not feel dirty after rooting for the Patriots. Gross.

You ok, man?

There’s no secret that Ben Roethlisberger plays well at home. He’s thrown like a million touchdowns at home against the Colts alone. There’s also no secret that Pittsburgh’s offense is stacked with weapons and when Le’Veon Bell is capable of outgaining an entire opposing offense; what else do you need to win a game.

However, it could be alarming to some that Roethlisberger’s three costly interceptions against Buffalo netted him a crappy quarterback rating and even crappier fantasy score for the day. Is it something Steeler fans should be worried about as they go back on the road this week?

I’m not totally worried because we all know how well Roethlisberger excels in Ohio but let’s try to not throw three interceptions again, K?

All you can eat, bro

Defensive end Stephon Tuitt likened the record-setting performance by Le’Veon Bell in Sunday’s 27-20 win over Buffalo to a buffet. Around the NFL had his comments on his teammate.

"“Heaven. I love food, so watching Bell was like having a buffet of food.” – Stephon Tuitt"

I thought it was pretty tasty too. No worries here about Bell getting burnt out, either. Bell said that he takes pride in his work ethic and ability to go out there and run the ball eleventy billion times without getting tired.

Next: Le'Veon Bell slaughters the Buffalo defense

Remember early in the season when DeAngelo Williams was killing it and people were saying how Mike Tomlin would have a decision to make on whether or not to go back to Bell when he got off suspension? Good times.