Tag Archives: Jonathan Scott

Steelers Lounge Podcast #47: Juan vs. Troy — Mel Blount

We’re more than a week into training camp, there’s a new CBA, and everybody’s now eligible to practice. The problem, of course, is that injuries have plenty of guys hobbled, particularly those who could most use the reps. Like, say, … Continue reading

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Steelers’ Left Tackle Needs Aren’t Filled Yet

Max Starks and Flozell Adams have been sent packing and Jonathan Scott is the Steelers’ new starting left tackle. It’s understandable that a lot of fans are nervous about the idea of Scott protecting Ben Roethlisberger’s blind side for 16 … Continue reading

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Apparently, Steelers Only Folks Not Worried About O-Line

I just got back from a week in the Adirondacks. It’s an annual family vacation, one that’s planned well in advance. Because we’re all giddy at the thought of actual football, I won’t blame the timing of the new CBA … Continue reading

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Willie Colon and Jonathan Scott Will Return

On Tuesday the Steelers managed to take care of their No. 1 priority in free agency when they agreed to terms with Ike Taylor on a four-year contract. On Thursday, following the release of left tackle Max Starks, they managed … Continue reading

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Craig Wolfley Is a Big Sean Kugler Fan

Craig Wolfley is one of the most visible Steelers’ experts out there. With his blog posts and podcasts at craigwolfley.com, his work with cohort Tunch Ilkin at ESPN 970, his writings at Steel City Insider and his duties as the … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Ravens, Week 13

Winning makes everything better. Which is good, because if the Steelers had lost Sunday’s game against the Ravens, there would be a lot of talk about the failings of the offensive line. At this point, the Steelers’ offensive line is … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Jonathan Scott Era

Max Starks’ season is done. Jonathan Scott is now a starting left tackle in the NFL. If I had written that sentence during the preseason, I would have banged my head into a wall repeatedly. Now, I can at least … Continue reading

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Starks Out, Season Doomed … Now What?

We spend a lot of time talking about planning — whether it’s for the next opponent, the next free-agency signing period, the next draft, or next season. But football also involves a lot of luck. The Steelers had Ben Roethlisberger … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Buccaneers, Week 3

Three weeks into the season, there is not much to complain about with the Steelers’ offensive line. They have survived injuries at left tackle and right guard. They’ve endured a pair of games in brutal heat where they have subbed … Continue reading

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Mike Tomlin’s Press Conference: The Talking Points

Mike Tomlin met with the media on Tuesday, and here’s some quick notes on what he had to say…

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