The Steelers keep rolling with back-to-back dominant victories.
While the team recovers from the latest win and gets ready to head to Miami to face the Dolphins we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Tuesday, Oct. 11th.
Marshall wore pink cleats dedicating the game to Williams and his late mother and gave them to be donated for Williams’ charity. For those who don’t know it is because of Williams and his late mother, Sandra Hill, that the NFL turns pink in October for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Really touched by this gesture. Proof that some things are BIGGER than football and that we're all in this fight against Cancer together! pic.twitter.com/StlFv5Njia
Williams’ charity provides free mammograms to women among other initiatives in honor of his mother and his four aunts who all lost their lives to breast cancer.
If this is the time for everyone to get injured and the team will be perfectly healthy come December I guess that’s what it’s going to have to be. Another player went down in Sunday’s game and this time its defensive captain Cameron Heyward.
He left Sunday’s 31-13 win with a hamstring injury that could cost him a few weeks, according to NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala.
Good/bad news for Steelers DE Cam Heyward. The hamstring isn't horribly serious, but it should sideline him for 2-3 weeks, per member of org
The defense is contributing mightily to the 4-1 record right now, even with the injuries that have plagued the unit. One example of the “next man up” mentality has been demonstrated by linebacker Vince Williams.
“We are just playing off of each other. We have great team continuity here. Our offense is going to put up points and we are going to go out there and give them the ball back as much as we can. We you have all three phases of the game working like that; it’s going to produce wins.” – Vince Williams