The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers entered the 2018 season as a pair of Super Bowl contenders. Fast-forwarding to present day, both teams will attempt to wipe the metaphorical egg of its face after embarrassing losses to the Dolphins and Raiders a week earlier. Advertisements
While it doesn’t quite have the sizzle of last season’s Patriots/Steelers roller coaster ride, plenty of drama will be present at Heinz Field for a matchup between a couple of AFC Super Bowl contenders (maybe, maybe not, kind of, sort of?).
The Pittsburgh Steelers decided to extend the Mike Tomlin Experience through 2020 on Friday. Tomlin, who was already inked through the 2019 season, will get another chance to attempt to lead the Steelers back to the Super Bowl. Pittsburgh’s last Super Sunday appearance came in February 2011 – […]
Soon after New England defeated the Pittsburgh in the AFC title game in January, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger began to speculate about how much more football he had left in him.
When we last left Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, he was wiping egg off his face following an embarrassing social media error and a humbling defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.
Finally, the Pittsburgh Steelers managed to topple Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at something…jersey sales. Incredibly, Tom Brady was knocked off his perch atop NFL jersey sales by a rookie running back this week.
Following Pittsburgh’s loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game in January, Ben Roethlisberger seemingly flirted with the idea of retiring.
There is one spot left for Super Bowl LI. The winner faces the Atlanta Falcons in Houston at Super Bowl LI.
Sunday’s AFC Championship game between Pittsburgh and New England comes down to three things.
I really, really, really want to trust the Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s a young team with explosive offensive players and a quarterback with multiple Super Bowl wins. Seems like an easy team to support, right?