Mike Asti talked with Steelers fans and took questions about the team’s recent roster moves. Asti also addressed one major rumor that just won’t seem to go away.
Steelers Postgame Show: Are Second Half Issues a Concern Despite 6-0 Record?
Despite it getting close at the end, the Steelers found a way to win again and are now sitting pretty at 6-0. Host Mike Asti welcomed Daniel Valente, who serves as a football editor at The Score, to discuss a game Pittsburgh almost let slip away.
What changed in the second half to allow it to become a game? Why was JuJu Smith-Schuster able to be more involved in the Steelers offense? Where do the Steelers rank among the best teams in the NFL, and how much does that still rely on what they do next week against Baltimore. Mike and Daniel answered all those questions and more on this Steelers edition of Pittsburgh Postgame on Pittsburgh Sports Live.
Postgame Show: Steelers Expose Browns, Cement Contender Status
The Pittsburgh Steelers dominated the Cleveland Browns. There’s no better way to describe the game. Host Mike Asti talked with briefly with Steelers fan Michael Santiago of Getty Images, who many in Pittsburgh may know for his photography work, and then pivoted to chat with subscribers during this edition of Pittsburgh Postgame.
The discussion included what losing Devin Bush could mean for the defense, Chase Claypool joining NFL history, JuJu Smith-Schuster not able to be involved in the offensive fun again and even James Conner answering his critics, which have certainly included Mike Asti himself.
Steelers Postgame Show: Where do 4-0 Steelers Rank Among NFL Elite?
Chase Claypool put on a show and the Steelers moved their record to 4-0 with a 38-29 win over the Eagles, which is the first time a Steelers team has opened a season 4-0 since 1979. Mike Asti joined Matt Gajtka live from outside of the press box at Heinz Field to recap the game and discuss what the Steelers did really well, as well as, what the Steelers still need to improve.
Did Mike Tomlin hint how he may incorporate the running game the rest of the season, why did the defensive pass rush struggle to get to Wentz? Who would’ve been to blame if they ended up blowing the game to a banged up Philadelphia team? Where do these Steelers stack up among the elite teams in the AFC and NFL? Mike and Matt answered those questions and more on edition of Pittsburgh Postgame.