Mike Asti sends this Steelers live chat edition of Mic Drop on journey through the history of one of the most storied franchises in sports history. Asti an fans debate who should be inducted into the Steelers Hall of Honor.
Mic Drop: Rooting for Antonio Brown or Le’Veon Bell Is Easy Choice
The idea that either Antonio Brown or Le’Veon Bell will become a Super Bowl champion after Super Bowl LV isn’t exactly something that makes Steelers fans excited for the big game. With that said, Mike Asti feels deciding who to root for should be an easy choice for Steelers fans. He wants to set the record straight once and for all of why Pittsburgh fans need to stop grouping the two former Steelers together.
While they both left the franchise in a cloud of drama, Le’Veon Bell doesn’t deserve to be treated as if he committed the same kind of sins against the Steelers that Antonio Brown did.
SN’s Mike Asti on Sports Central: Changes Happening for Steelers, Future in Doubt
When your seasons ends the way the Pittsburgh Steelers season ended, there are going to be changes, in fact some may even argue it be would be insane to not make changes.
Steelers Now’s Mike Asti appeared on the Sports Central Show with Cory Giger to discuss recent news concerning the coaching staff and how different the Steelers will look during the 2021 season.
Cory even responds to Mike’s latest show of his own about the Mike Tomlin-Ben Roethlisberger era and what the not too distant future may be like for one of the NFL’s marquee franchises.
“Sports Central” airs daily on WRTA 98.5 and 1240 AM.
Mic Drop: The Tomlin-Roethlisberger Steelers Era Should End
The Mike Tomlin-Ben Roethlisbberger Steelers era should have ended after their team suffered the most embarrassing loss in the history of one of the NFL’s greatest franchises, says Mike Asti.
But it’s not ending. Tomlin, who has been the Steelers head coach since 2007, made that pretty clear in his season closing press conference. Asti argues, that while they both deserve to be appreciated and honored for their tenures of success and accomplishment, something has to give.
This edition of Mic Drop on Pittsburg Sports Live focuses on why the Steelers won’t move on from the two men most synonymous with this era for the franchise, but why they actually should.