Anyone who has listened to Mike Tomlin over the years knows that he appreciates players who can make what he calls "splash plays." These are the moments that can turn a single play into a game-changing moment that alters the momentum in a major way.
In the battle for the final receiver spots on the roster, Ryan Switzer has been a consistent slot option and returner Eli Rogers has been the better slot receiver, Tevin Jones has been a decent big-bodied outside receiver, and Diontae Spencer has been fun to watch on return teams and on reverses.
But Johnny Holton put on several shows throughout training camp and preseason to make his case to be the Steelers' final receiver on the roster. We go over his case before the Steelers release their final 53-man roster: