Last year it was edge rusher Ola Adeniyi who made a strong case to make the final roster for the Steelers during the preseason. This year Tuzar Skipper is making a similar push to make the roster with overpowering strength and refined edge-rush moves to get after the quarterback.
Through two preseason games, Skipper has five tackles, two sacks and five quarterback hits despite playing only with the second and third teams on defense. Each of his most impressive plays came from executing strong fundamentals, suggesting he could have the same success against higher quality linemen. Let's take a closer look: