Generally, Steelers veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is the guy who never points a finger. But, not so much this time.
Colin Dunlap says while Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is elite, he was downright terrible in Sunday’s game against the Ravens.
What to do with the future of Le’Veon Bell? Colin Dunlap is glad he’s not charged with the duty of making decisions like these.
Well, after thinking about it a little bit, Colin Dunlap arrived at what some prominent people in Pittsburgh’s sports landscape just might have written down on their lists.
What good is served by having a guy like Vontaze Burfict in the National Football League?
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle joined Colin Dunlap at PirateFest to talk about the Charlie Morton trade and the Pirates offseason.
This just doesn’t feel right. None of it. And really, did it ever?
This is simple, really simple.
No one wanted Pedro Alvarez to throw his way from third base to trying to play first base. No one wanted Pedro Alvarez to not perform up to the level at which we all thought he would.
At this point, Colin Dunlap can’t tell up from down, a concussion from an optical-whatever-the-heck.
There is no defense. No justification, no validation, nothing Mike Tomlin can claim as an excuse or explanation to where his decision could ever be correct.
All that said, however, there was a feeling — to varying degrees — of despair and anguish when Pitt’s top runner sustained an injury that would take a huge chunk of firepower out of the Panthers’ offense.
Troy Polamalu is a legend, a star and icon all rolled into one in these parts, which is why the Pittsburgh Steelers need to make things right.
Don’t act like a knucklehead — it’s really as simple as that.
Colin Dunlap can admit when he was wrong and he says he missed the mark on Mike Mitchell.