It's as simple as one, two. All these remarkable, resilient Steelers need now is two wins. "No, it's one," Artie Burns snapped back when I'd mentioned that this week.
Hooked up with my friends Andrew Paterson and Gary Lawless from Winnipeg's TSN 1290 Radio to talk Steelers.
Josh's subscriber meetup Friday night during the Penguins' game in Raleigh drew roughly 60 people, per expert testimony, which made it our biggest on record.
It's nearly time to embark for Boston and the real thing, which should be exciting in spite of some brace-for-the-worst doom and gloom around here.
Christopher Carter joins me for a very Carter-like breakdown of what we feel will be the key Xs and Os for the AFC Championship Game.
Hey, if Antonio Brown's prepared to put all his focus on the Patriots, who am I to argue? Because that's the real story, right?
I join Mark Madden on 105.9 The X for my weekly segment.
It's AFC Championship week, and we're trying here to rise up to the level you'll expect. Maybe even more than you'll expect.
Possibly lost amid the thrill of victory and the agony of Antonio Brown's social media skills is that the Steelers' most important player again was not their most important player...
"Deebo brought us into the stadium, and he took us out of the stadium." That's what Lawrence Timmons was saying after the Steelers had strode off the soggy Arrowhead turf.
I'm absolutely miserable having to address Antonio Brown's latest laughable lack of common sense, not to mention common decency.
In this episode of Morning Java, Dustin Dopirak and Mark Kaboly join me to break down what turned out to be a very odd victory for the Steelers.
This was my hit Saturday night on national ESPN Radio, all of it covering Steelers-Chiefs.
Dustin Dopirak joins me for this lovely fireside, surprise edition of Morning Java. We take a final look at this big game for the Steelers.
Who: Steelers (12-5) vs. Chiefs (12-4). What: AFC Divisional Playoffs. When: 8:20 p.m. Where: Arrowhead Stadium. TV: WPXI. Radio: 102.5 WDVE
January and February stink for businesses everywhere, and we're no exception. Subscriptions drop, sponsorships are sparse, and it just all goes south for a few weeks.
I join David Todd on ESPN Pittsburgh to discuss Steelers-Chiefs and a little bit of Penguins as well.
I joined my friends Andrew Paterson and Gary Lawless at Winnipeg’s TSN 1290 Radio this afternoon to talk Steelers.
So it appears we'll be flying, driving and otherwise traversing through some ominous-sounding ice storms in Kansas City beginning at around sunrise tomorrow.
The Steelers' AFC Divisional Playoff game in Kansas City will be broadcast locally by our news partner, WPXI-TV, and we'll be proud to participate all weekend.
The Steelers will beat the Packers in Super Bowl LI. That's not me talking. That's not a prediction. That's nothing more than applying oft-cited conventional wisdom.
Christopher Carter and I hook up in our Highmark Stadium studio for one last look at Steelers-Chiefs and ... well, one other matchup that might or might not be worth...
Here are the three podcasts that make up my full three-hour radio show today on 105.9 the X, filling in for Mark Madden. All segments cam be found below.
Hey, they're sticking a really big radio microphone in my face for four full hours Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. on 105.9 the X, and you're hereby invited to help.
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are bound for the NHL's All-Star Game, but they'll leave behind Phil Kessel, the man who just might be most responsible for reigniting both careers.
I have no conceivable way of concluding what happened Sunday to Ben Roethlisberger and his right foot, but ... man, this all went down really weirdly.
Here are all three segments of WPXI-TV’s ‘The Final Word‘ from Sunday night
Want to grab the low-hanging fruit? Go ahead, because it's all ripe and right there, even with the temps in the teens.
Mark Kaboly and Dustin Dopirak join me in the Heinz Field press box to dissect the Steelers’ dominance over the Dolphins:
Who: Steelers (11-5) vs. Dolphins (10-6). What: AFC wild card. When: 1:05 p.m. Where: Heinz Field. TV: CBS (national). Radio: 102.5 WDVE