Well, I planned on writing about the Steelers' inadequacies and beginning the postseason evaluation process to see what was better and worse about the 2018 season. There's a lot that went into the team's regression from 13-3 to 9-6-1, so I've been excited to dive into that.
And then, Antonio Brown happened. So that will have to wait a bit.
You've read Dejan Kovacevic'scolumnon Mike Tomlin's accountability, or lack thereof, and Dale Lolley's accountof the challenge the Steelers face with the crossroads Brown has created. But let's face the reality of what his departure might mean for the future of the offense.