Good Wednesday to You Steelers’ fans.
I’m often asked this question: “Why don’t you guys put out as much content as the other Steelers’ sites?” The answer really isn’t complicated but I’m sure I’ll make it sound that way… First, I firmly believe that some things are worthy of being turned into an article and some aren’t. For example, a video has been circulating on social media showing Ola Adeniyi, Bud Dupree and a few others working out. Yup, it’s a pretty cool video of something I would expect that they are doing anyway and this article, “Quick Hitters,” is exactly what that type of thing was made for. I am NOT going to make an article out of it however. Second (and to piggyback on the above), I believe any article worth your time should be at least 300 words MINIMUM. I realize this is a “Need it now and move on” society but I’m still a believer in that people actually want to read some content. If not, then SCB probably isn’t for you. I still believe in writing articles that provide you with news, opinion and something to actually think about. Whether you agree with what we say or not isn’t the point. We want to be more than a site that ‘cuts and pastes’ others’ news and passes it off as their own. It’s really that simple.
We return to the airwaves tonight to get you caught up on all of the latest developments with our Steelers and the NFL. We’ll be discussing what Training Camp could look like, the pending extension for Cam Heyward, defensive line depth, Big Ben and a whole lot more. The Steel City Blitz Steelers Podcast is presented by DEK Roofing, Inc. of South Florida.
Tweet of the Day… THIS is a funny tweet!
27 year old Brian Urlacher was pushed away while appearing to scan Jerome's communications. I watched, he fell harder than was pushed. Was aiming scanner. Could be a set up? pic.twitter.com/WMnj0uXBgg
— Tim (@timmshady) June 9, 2020
Good Stuff Labs
Steelers.com editor Bob Labriola is a guy I have utmost respect for even though I disagree with him from time to time. I respect him for his knowledge and his patience in dealing with some pretty awful questions. One question he received this week in his “Asked and Answered” column was about Rod Woodson vs Deion Sanders. The biggest takeaway was that Woodson was responsible for 103 takeaways while Sanders was responsible for 66. Both earned a defensive player of the year award and scored multiple touchdowns in the return game. The biggest difference as Labs points out was physicality. Woodson was a much more aggressive player and better tackler than Sanders.
Have a great day Steeler Nation!
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