The football season may be over, but Heinz Field has been anything but quiet.
While the odds of Pittsburgh ever hosting a Super Bowl are slim, at least one person would like to see it happen.
It’s something straight out of the TV show CSI.
A Pittsburgh Steelers fan made headlines with his tweet promising to run onto Heinz Field during the Steelers and Ravens game Saturday night if he was retweeted 400 times.
There’s absolutely, positively zero worry from this vantage that Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has been ruled out for Saturday night’s playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens.
“Here We Go” will be playing all day today.
The Pittsburgh Steelers finalized their regular season with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals to host the Baltimore Ravens during wild card week of the 2014 NFL Playoffs.
The Steelers reclaimed a spot the franchise has considered practically a birthright this millennium with a 27-17 victory over Cincinnati on Sunday night. They turned away a late charge on Antwon Blake’s timely strip of Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green and Antonio Brown’s ensuing 63-yard catch and run for the clinching score.
It sounds like the same old song we’ve heard for years, but now the “Here We Go” fight song has been updated.
In advance of Sunday’s game at Heinz Field against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Steelers have issued a number of reminders for fans.
The Pittsburgh Steelers clinched a playoff berth on Sunday. Now, they are setting their sights on winning the division.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced a limited number of tickets will be made available to the general public for a potential playoff game.
In advance of Sunday’s game at Heinz Field against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Steelers have issued a number of reminders for fans.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have an opportunity to clinch a playoff spot with a victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at Heinz Field on Sunday. Mike Tomlin will put the best players on the field.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have told the city planning commission they’ll add about 2,400 seats to Heinz Field, not 3,000 as originally planned.