The Steelers are winners of seven straight but now that the playoffs are here everyone resets back to zero.
While the team gets ready to host the Dolphins for a revenge game we’ll be looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Wednesday, Jan. 4th.
Quiet while Ben’s at work
Ben Roethlisberger hosted “The #1 Cochran Ben Roethlisberger Show” on 93.7 The Fan on Tuesday and he wrapped it up with a special request for Steeler Nation ahead of Sunday’s playoff game.
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Pittsburgh hasn’t hosted a playoff game since hosting the Ravens two years ago in a Wild Card loss.
Ben’s asking for fans to settle dahn while the offense is at work so that they can get the job done the best. While the Dolphins have the ball you just go ahead and go nuts if you like, you know, within Heinz Field rules n’at.
"“We’re playing at home, so we expect the fans to be out and be rowdy, and I’m asking…fans, when we have the ball, just be quiet please. It’s been very loud recently when we have the ball, and I understand everyone is excited, but get as loud as you want to be when they have the ball, but when we have the ball, let’s keep it down and we’ll try to do our best.” – Ben Roethlisberger"
Such a dad request. But seriously, keep it down yinz guys. We’re trynna score here.
You can roll me to the Super Bowl anytime AB
If you thought that Le’Veon Bell was the only Steeler with the musical talent you were wrong. Antonio Brown channels his inner The Weeknd and shows off his dancing moves for this latest Madden 2017 spot.
Really, that’s his name though, The Weeknd? We all just go along with that like its ok? Alright then. Carry on.
You, me and Dupree
Mike Prisuta reminds us that Bud Dupree played his first game this season on Nov. 20th. By the time he was ready to start a game he was also ready to record his first sack of the season in Buffalo. He finished it off on Sunday with a strip sack of Robert Griffin III against the Browns.
Cleveland recovered the ball but the play was an example of the force Dupree plays with and the plays he’s capable of making. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to see Dupree be a defensive difference maker in this meeting against Miami considering he was sidelined for the first game.