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Steelers Super Bowl Flashback: Super Bowl IX vs. the Vikings

Steelers Super Bowl Flashback: Super Bowl IX vs. the Vikings

With the Super Bowl matchup set without Pittsburgh, BTSC looks back at the Steeler Super Bowl wins. First up, Super Bowl IX. With the flux capacitors fluxing and the time circuits set to January 12, 1975...The BTSC Delorean has plenty of room to take us all back to a remarkable day in Pittsburgh sports history. On that very day, Chrysler became the first automobile company to offer car rebates, sadly another of a Ted Bundy’s victims disappeared in Colorado, “Mandy” by Barry Manilow was the No. 1 song on the charts, Rollerball was big at the box office and the Pittsburgh Steelers were...
Podcast: What have the Steelers learned from the 2019 Postseason?

Podcast: What have the Steelers learned from the 2019 Postseason?

Join Bryan and Tony for the fallout after the Steelers stayed home on the couch in the latest of the Steelers Hangover. The Steelers 2019 season is over, but the NFL season isn’t. With Super Bowl 54 now decided between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, it makes you wonder what the Steelers may have learned from the 2019 postseason? In case you are new to the show, you can check out a complete rundown of the show below: What did the Steelers learn? Championship Sunday recap Live chat Q&A and MUCH MORE! If you haven’t heard, we have a YouTube channel, and the main reason...
Podcast: Do Steelers fans root for the AFC for the first time in over a decade?

Podcast: Do Steelers fans root for the AFC for the first time in over a decade?

In the latest episode of “Steelers Q&A” show, we break down all the news you need to know surrounding the Black-and-Gold. The Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 season is officially over, and the Steelers lost their final game by losing to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 17, ending their record at 8-8. Take a look at the rundown for the latest episode of the BTSC podcast The Steelers Q&A Show. On this show Jeff Hartman and Dave Schofield break down all things Steelers! Check out the rundown of the show: News and Notes Recapping Championship Sunday Steelers Q&A and MUCH MORE! Jeff Hartman, editor...
The Highs and Lows of the Steelers’ 2019 season: Rushing

The Highs and Lows of the Steelers’ 2019 season: Rushing

Photo by Scott Taetsch/ It’s time to take a look at some of the Steelers’ statistics from this past season, both good and bad. Now that the Steelers 2019 season has concluded, the long off-season has begun. As we move through the remainder of the NFL postseason and beyond, it’s time to look back at some of the numbers the Steelers put up (or failed to put up) this past season. There are some numbers that are great, while others are definitely short of the mark. Either way, let’s put some context behind a few of the statistics for 2019 Pittsburgh Steelers produced during the...
NFL Odds and Predictions: Picking the Conference Championship games against the spread

NFL Odds and Predictions: Picking the Conference Championship games against the spread

Photo: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports BTSC’s Jeff Hartman and Dave Schofield pick this weekend’s NFL playoff games both against the spread and over/under point totals It’s a sad Sunday in the NFL. It will be the last time in the 2019 season in which multiple NFL games will be played on the same day. Rather than mourn the near end of another season, it will be one last Sunday of six hours of football which hopefully brings some quality television. It will also be a nice change to not have to passionately root against that team from up north. For the 2019 NFL regular season and...
L.C. Greenwood should be the next Steelers’ great in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

L.C. Greenwood should be the next Steelers’ great in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Photo by Robert Riger/ With Donnie Shell being selected as part of the 2020 centennial class, the veterans committee should nominate L.C. Greenwood It was an exciting week when it came to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the announcements of players and coaches as part of the Centennial Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. With Bill Cowher being selected as a coach and being informed on live TV as part of the CBS pregame show, it was a great moment for many Steelers’ fans. Then with the announcement of Donnie Shell finally being selected to take his rightful place in Canton as the 10th...
Steelers Playoff Flashback: Steelers vs. Colts AFC Divisional Round

Steelers Playoff Flashback: Steelers vs. Colts AFC Divisional Round

Photo by Andy Lyons/ 14 years ago was a day no black-and-gold blooded fan will ever forget. 2005 AFC Divisional Round...enough said. As we check the plutonium on our BTSC Delorean and make certain that our flux capacitor is indeed fluxing, we head back to a time when NASA’s Stardust mission as the first to return dust from a comet ended, movie viewers were enjoying Glory Road in theaters and radios were playing “Laffy Taffy” by D4L like crazy. Meanwhile Steeler Nation was buzzing as the black-and-gold were gearing up for a Divisional Playoff against the top-seeded and 14-2...
Terrell Edmunds isn't the weak link in the Steelers secondary, but he might be the missing link

Terrell Edmunds isn't the weak link in the Steelers secondary, but he might be the missing link

Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports Recent PFF analytics seem to suggest that S Terrell Edmunds was the weak link in the Pittsburgh Steelers secondary last season, but his continued growth may just be the missing link for the defense next season. Mathematics was always my favorite subject in school, because it wasn't reliant on theory or conjecture. Mathematics deal with absolutes; there is a correct answer for each problem. While it is true that numbers don't lie, statistics can be misleading. There is often more to the story than meets the eye. One such example would be Pittsburgh...
Art Rooney II “anxious” to see Ben Roethlisberger’s progress when he returns to the Steelers

Art Rooney II “anxious” to see Ben Roethlisberger’s progress when he returns to the Steelers

Photo by Joe Sargent/ The Steelers’ Team President shines some light on Ben Roethlisberger’s rehab and status heading into the offseason. Could the Pittsburgh Steelers be a legitimate Super Bowl contender in 2020? If your answer to that question is yes, it should immediately be followed by, “as long as Ben Roethlisberger comes back healthy.” The Steelers’ franchise quarterback is coming off a season-ending elbow injury which ended his 2019 campaign after just 6 quarters. Since Roethlisberger’s surgery, news on his progress, or lack thereof, has been minimal. At his end of the...
The Steelers have always had pass/run game coordinators, but have never made the titles official

The Steelers have always had pass/run game coordinators, but have never made the titles official

Who held these titles in 2019, and who will hold them in 2020? Steelers president Art Rooney II met with the local Pittsburgh media on Wednesday for his annual end of the season interview. One topic which was mentioned by Rooney was how the Steelers have always had run game and pass game coordinators who developed game plans to submit to the offensive coordinator each week. Although the Steelers did not have any coaches with those official titles, they still held these responsibilities. Rooney said that the Steelers have always had a run/pass game coordinators that come up with plans and...
Steelers president Art Rooney II hopes to keep Ryan Shazier with the Steelers in some capacity in 2020

Steelers president Art Rooney II hopes to keep Ryan Shazier with the Steelers in some capacity in 2020

Photo by: 2019 Nick Cammett/Diamond Images via After two years on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Shazier‘s current status with the team is an unrestricted free agent It has now been over two years since Ryan Shazier suffered his horrific back injury on Sunday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017. Unsure if Shazier would ever be able to walk again after spinal stabilization surgery, he continues to defy the odds and make progress towards a full restoration to normal life. Whether or not Shazier’s future still holds a glimpse of hope of professional football...
Art Rooney II feels there is a “pretty good chance” the Steelers will play in Hall of Fame game in 2020

Art Rooney II feels there is a “pretty good chance” the Steelers will play in Hall of Fame game in 2020

Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports Get yourself ready for a fifth preseason game Steelers Nation!! Are you ready for some preseason football?! There is no bigger tease for NFL fans than preseason football. When fans have been waiting all summer for football to start up again, they have to deal with a slew of meaningless games with starters being rested and injuries being the main headline. With Bill Cowher already announced as an inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2020 Centennial class, and Troy Polamalu, and possibly others, being inducted the same day, it is safe to say the...
Podcast: Did the Ravens’ playoff exit feel like a Steelers victory?

Podcast: Did the Ravens’ playoff exit feel like a Steelers victory?

Join Bryan and Tony for the fallout after the Steelers stayed home on the couch in the latest of the Steelers Hangover. The Steelers 2019 season is over, but the NFL season isn’t. With the Tennessee Titans beating the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round of the NFL PLayoffs, it makes us wonder just how special the loss was for Steelers fans. In case you are new to the show, you can check out a complete rundown of the show below: How sweet was the Ravens’ loss? Divisional Round recap Live chat Q&A and MUCH MORE! If you haven’t heard, we have a YouTube channel, and the main...
Mock Draft Monday: The Steelers look to add a tight end with their top pick

Mock Draft Monday: The Steelers look to add a tight end with their top pick

With a club option on one of the Steelers 2019 tight ends and another a free agaent, they could only be returning one total reception at the position for 2020 The Pittsburgh Steelers’ season has now been over for a couple weeks, so it’s time to get into the off-season mindset. Although free agency comes first on the calendar before the 2020 NFL Draft, the NFL Combine will occur before either of them. With that said, it might be nice to have an idea as to some of the names associated with the Steelers in the second round. The Steelers’ first round pick has already been named an All-Pro...
Black and Gold Links: Kerrith Whyte Jr. looking to cement his spot on the Steelers in 2020

Black and Gold Links: Kerrith Whyte Jr. looking to cement his spot on the Steelers in 2020

Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via Time to check on the latest news surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 season is officially over. After finishing the year 8-8, the Steelers, and their vast fan base, has another long offseason awaiting them. Just because the games are done doesn’t mean we stop providing you with features, commentary and opinions to tide you over throughout the offseason! Today in the black-and-gold links article we take at young running back Kerrith Whyte Jr. and him trying to cement his spot on the Steelers heading into...
Bill Cowher selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame as member of centennial class

Bill Cowher selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame as member of centennial class

Photo by Mark Alberti/Icon Sportswire via The Pittsburgh Steelers former coach has been selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Pro Football Hall of Fame, in accordance with the NFL’s 100th year, has decided to have a special Centennial class of 2020 inducted this year. A special committee was arranged, and coaches and players were given the chance to earn enshrinement through this special class. On Saturday night, live on CBS, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher was selected as a member of the Centennial class to be inducted in...
Steelers sign WR Anthony Johnson to a Reserve/Future contract for 2020

Steelers sign WR Anthony Johnson to a Reserve/Future contract for 2020

Photo by Mary Holt/Icon Sportswire via Johnson spent all of the 2019 season on the Los Angeles Chargers practice squad The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to add to their 2020 off-season roster, this time signing wide receiver Anthony Johnson to a Reserve/Future contract. We have signed WR Anthony Johnson to a Reserve/Future contract.@BordasLaw TRANSACTION: https://t.co/mdmSSHLFhN pic.twitter.com/AvgQQCMJey— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) January 8, 2020 Undrafted in 2019 out of the University at Buffalo, Johnson spent the 2019 training camp with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Failing...
The unfortunate numbers which have kept Donnie Shell out of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

The unfortunate numbers which have kept Donnie Shell out of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

With all the numbers in his favor which should matter, it is the ones Shell had little to do with which has kept him out of Canton 14 seasons. Four Super Bowl wins. Five Pro Bowls. Three first-team All-Pro selections. 51 interceptions. 19 fumble recoveries. These are the numbers which should matter when it comes to electing a player to the NFL Hall of Fame. Over his career, safety Donnie Shell has done more than enough to show he is worthy of enshrinement in Canton. Unfortunately for Shell, it was other numbers which have kept him out of the Hall of Fame. What numbers have appeared to...
Podcast: Were the Patriots ripe for the picking? Even for the Steelers?

Podcast: Were the Patriots ripe for the picking? Even for the Steelers?

Join Bryan and Tony for the fallout after the Steelers stayed home on the couch in the latest of the Steelers Hangover. The Steelers 2019 season is over, but the NFL season isn’t. With the Tennessee Titans occupying the same spot the Steelers were vying for and beating New England...some wonder how the Steelers would have fared. In case you are new to the show, you can check out a complete rundown of the show below: Would the Steelers have solved the Pats this time around? Wildcard recap The most annoying fanbases in the NFL. Live chat Q&A and MUCH MORE! If you haven’t heard, we...
Steelers Offseason Needs, Part 3: Wide Receivers

Steelers Offseason Needs, Part 3: Wide Receivers

Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports The Steelers have three promising young receivers. Would a star or a specialist push that unit over the top? The Pittsburgh Steelers’ No. 1 need is obvious: a guaranteed, blue chip, future Hall of Fame quarterback who will push Ben Roethlisberger for snaps, even in his rookie year. Picking at #18 in the second round that quarterback will be...[crickets]. Besides, who’s to say Roethlisberger won’t play for another three years? So let’s ignore that position and move on to the next tier of priorities. The most likely targets at 2:18 (49th overall)...

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