Week one of the preseason saw the Steelers win against a team that had many starters out of the lineup. It seems like the Buffalo Bills will pose to be a bigger challenge in week two of the Steelers preseason schedule. Both teams are trying to ramp up towards the regular season while they also try and decipher who will make the 53-man roster.
Other than a few injured players already deemed out of this game, everyone else will seemingly get action. It is not known the extent of snaps that the first team players will receive, but it will likely come down to their success. The coaching staff wants them to show quick success and get off the field just like they pulled off last week.
An unknown tackle for the Steelers is starting to gain some buzz
When you talk about the tackles for Pittsburgh normally you hear the names of Dan Moore Jr., Broderick Jones or Chuks Okorafor pop up. All of them are scrambled to try and finish out the starting tackles with the two starters from last season likely retaining their spots. Le'Raven Clark is another veteran option that could provide depth for this roster.
One name that has been constantly overlooked throughout training camp and throughout the preseason is Dylan Cook. He is a former college quarterback that has transitioned over to the offensive tackle spot in the pros. Cook might be more of a practice squad candidate, but he is a name to monitor going forward. He could push for an extra tackle spot before final cuts have to be made.