It’s headline after headline for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who may have hit a breaking point. But before things get worse, they may actually see change.
It’s been a long and bumpy road over the years for the Pittsburgh Steelers. After what has felt like an eternity of upsetting endings to seasons, this team finally hit rock bottom, or at least as low as the organization will let them fall.
It all started with Le’Veon Bell and it’s going to end with Antonio Brown. 2019 may be the year the Steelers are without their two biggest stars, and even if the talent isn’t there, it could mean Pittsburgh is better than they’ve been in years.
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Changes are starting to be made, but the Steelers are a long way from done. The offseason is just starting and the headlines are pilling up fast. If this team wants to avoid another 2018, they need to assure themselves the problems are gone and the future is bright.
Noah and special guest, Chris Halicke, discuss the already changing atmosphere in Pittsburgh and how it may be more than people are seeing. The first firings are subtle but significant, and Mike Tomlin is well aware of it.
Are there more changes to come? No one is certain, but fans can expect a pretty busy few months as this organization tries to escape the misfortune and the newspapers and begin to once again find success on the field.
Meaning, yes, you can bet there are more changes headed to Pittsburgh.
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