Mason Rudolph Still Has the Chance to Prove the Doubters Wrong

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I’ve been a Mason Rudolph supporter since the beginning. Watching him at Oklahoma State, I was a fan. Entering the draft, I made it clear the Pittsburgh Steelers needed to draft Rudolph. When they did, I rejoiced. I urged Steelers fans to give Rudolph a chance last season, and initially, they did. When he was winning, there were still dissenters questioning his ability as a QB1. Through the course of the season, that dissent grew into the consensus that Mason Rudolph is not the answer. However, I’m still behind him. READ MORE


Zach Banner Made a Fool of Himself Threatening Mark Madden

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Whether you love him or hate him, its hard to deny the importance of Mark Madden in Pittsburgh sports media. Madden is a polarizing sports talk show host on 105.9 The X and columnist for TribLive. Madden is not afraid to voice his opinion, which gets him in his fair share of Twitter spars. Most of the time, it’s with fans or other local personalities. But sometimes, athletes will criticize Madden on social media. While players certainly have the right to their opinions, there’s a line that shouldn’t be crossed. READ MORE




Pittsburgh Steelers Win Over Cleveland Browns: False Narratives Have No Bearing

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Entering Sunday’s match up at Heinz Field, there were a lot of false narratives floating around. There was the story line continuing over from Pittsburgh’s last game against the Browns. Despite both Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph not playing, many people were still focusing on the helmet swing. There was the one about Freddie Kitchens wearing a shirt. Despite that having nothing to do with the actual game, it was still the story going in. READ MORE