The Steelers got their first win Monday night against the Bengals, leaning heavily on their running backs. The next step is to get the receivers more involved.
Coming off their best defensive game of the season, the Steelers face a completely different task in trying to slow the Ravens' top-rated offense.
The Eagles' release of LJ. Fort last week could affect the Steelers' roster if they want to keep a high compensatory pick for the loss of Le'Veon Bell.
A lot of the focus was on the offense against the Bengals, but the defense had a subtle change that worked, as well.
The Steelers got their first win of the season in dominant fashion Monday night. Are they fixed? Are there still issues?
The Steelers controlled the game offensively with a more basic college offense and the defense recorded eight sacks as they won their first game of the season, stomping the Bengals.
Who: Steelers (0-3) vs. Bengals (0-3), When: 8:17 p.m., Where: Heinz Field. TV: WTAE, ESPN
With both teams 0-3, this meeting between the Steelers and Bengals takes on a whole new level of desperation, urgency.
Randy Fichtner made no bones about the fact he felt Mason Rudolph passed on some deep shots he could have taken early against the 49ers.
New safety Minkah Fitzpatrick is wearing No. 39 with Steelers after having 29 in college and with the Dolphins. If he keeps making plays, the new number might stick.
Mike Tomlin is optimistic Vance McDonald will be capable of contributing Monday night against the Bengals. But the Steelers traded for Nick Vannett despite that feeling.
With Vance McDonald hurting, the Steelers made a trade with the Seahawks to acquire tight end Nick Vannett.
The Steelers' offense has gone from being one of the league's best to one of its worst three games into the 2019 season. Fixing that is the key to a...
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had surgery on his elbow Monday in Los Angeles and is expected to recover fully.
The Steelers converted five San Francisco turnovers into just six points, as they fall to 0-3 with a 24-20 loss to the 49ers.
The Steelers need Mason Rudolph to be aggressive early so they can save a tired defense and maybe, just maybe, win a game.
With the Steelers now 0-3, there are plenty of questions surrounding this team. Let's get to them all.
Who: Steelers (0-2) vs. 49ers (2-0), When: 4:27 p.m., Where: Levi's Stadium. TV: KDKA
Mason Rudolph, winless Steelers face tall task heading on the road to face the unbeaten 49ers.
It appears Ben Roethlisberger will avoid Tommy John surgery on his throwing arm, something that bolsters the possibility of a 2020 return.
The Steelers are in uncharted territory not having Ben Roethlisberger for the remainder of this season. That's a big adjustment for OC Randy Fichtner.
The Steelers have been at the bottom of the league using play-action the past few seasons. But they could bring it back with Mason Rudolph at quarterback.
In his first day on the job, new Steelers defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick was thrown right into the first-team defense. So much for a learning curve.
James Conner has pronounced himself healthy. And that's good news for the Steelers as they prepare for Mason Rudolph's first-career start at QB.
The Steelers sent fourth-year safety Sean Davis to the injured reserve Tuesday, making room for newly acquired Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Steelers begin prepping for life without Ben Roethlisbeger for the foreseeable future by getting Mason Rudolph ready, making moves at QB and possibly WR.