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Heinz Field Report: Getting an in stadium account of a much-needed

Steelers win For those Steeler fans out there who have had the great
privilege of attending a game at Heinz Field Pittsburgh Steelers
, you know the experience of the game is much different than
viewing it on television. Between the constant replays and commentary, it is not
always easy to notice everything that is broken down. But sometimes the
in-person experience can bring things that may or may not be noticed by the
cameras. Most importantly, feel for the game in stadium and how momentum is
shifting for or against the Steelers cannot be replicated on a screen.First off,
it was a very strange experience heading to Heinz Field Sunday. For the first
time I can recall, I did not hear a single “here we go” chant before the game.
Not on the Gateway Clipper. Not on Art Rooney Avenue. Not in the Great Hall, and
not in the Ford Fan Zone. Maybe I just missed them, but usually fans are
chanting like crazy, even at preseason games. But not this past
Sunday.Confidence in this team was low coming in, but the first drive of the
game started building some energy. It began with the Steelers finally getting a
first down on their first drive of the game in 2018. Then it was marching the
ball down the field with a balanced running and passing game. Next was the
touchdown which really wasn’t. But there was a feeling that it didn’t matter –
the Steelers were going to get into the end zone. And then the stadium erupted
with the touchdown. The energy was back.The missed PAT gave the fans a little
bit of a reality check. It was a very subtle reminder of the woes the Steelers
have faced thus far in 2018. It was also a reminder of the defense yet to prove
itself which was about to take the field. But after a couple first downs, the
defense dug in and forced a punt. With the ensuing touchdown drive, it felt as
if the Steelers may have turned a corner.There were some bumps along the road.
In the second quarter even before the interception, it was obvious Ben
Roethlisberger was forcing the ball to Antonio Brown. It seemed every time AB
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, the throw was off-line. Then the poor
decision to force the ball in Brown’s direction rather than throw it away
squandered a great scoring opportunity. Having the halftime lead was nice, but
leaving at least three points on the field was troubling. Fans still weren’t
sure what to expect for the second half.The defense changed the worrisome tone
right away. After giving up one first down, they forced yet another punt. The
response was a drive that ended with the first Ben-Brown touchdown. It seemed
like the momentum was finally rolling in the Steelers’ direction.The defense
responded again, forcing a three and out. Then the play which sealed it for the
fans in the stadium was the blocked punt which gave the Steelers the short
field. It was that play which allowed the stadium to watch the game with
confidence in a team who was not going to be denied on this day.There were
several aspects of the Steelers win that were apparent during the
commentary-free in-stadium experience:Joe Haden was the man. He followed Julio
Jones wherever he went and kept him from even recording a catch in the first
half. Jones was not a factor in the game until it was already out of reach. The
run game matters! Not playing from behind and being able to establish both the
run and the short passing game to the running back is key to allowing things
such as the play-action pass to be effective.L.J. Fort was having a great day,
even before the TD. Not only did he bring pressure on the blitz, his tackling
was solid. Terrell Edmunds is improving. He made a nice tackle on third down to
force a punt. But the play that really stood out to me was late in the game when
he missed a tackle. After not making the play initially, Edmunds got back up and
came back into the play to help get the receiver to the ground. Not giving up is
exactly what you want to see out of a young player.It was nice to see a defense
that was bringing pressure from various places. After the Artie Burns almost
interception (which would’ve been a very nice catch if he had made it), it was
great to see the Steelers come back with a blitz, even though they did give up
the first down. Even then, the Steelers continued to bring pressure which led to
the strip-sack and touchdown.There were some different personnel packages
deployed on offense. My personal favorite was a “13 personnel” package with
three tight ends, Antonio Brown, and James Conner. With the defense going with a
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, the Steelers bunched all
three tight ends to the right while splitting James Conner out wide with AB to
the left in order to pass. Additionally, a 47-yard touchdown coming on play
action mad the offense seem to at least have some new wrinkles....I’m hoping the
NFL network replays the game at some point this week so I can try to break it
down from the TV perspective. But even if I don’t get to see the game in its
entirety, I was like many Steeler fans that slept well after a great in-stadium
experience.Snap totals for the Steelers in Week 1 show rookies could have
significant role in 2018 There used to be a time when a rookie drafted by the
Pittsburgh Steelers, especially on defense, knew they would essentially have a
red-shirt year where all they would do is contribute on special teams. After
all, unless your name was Ben Roethlisberger, you knew you would have to wait
your turn. Some of the greatest players of the modern era to wear the
black-and-gold had to wait. Troy Polamalu, James Harrison, Hines Ward, Brett
Keisel...all had to pay their dues before getting their shot. After the
Steelers’ Week 1 tie with the Cleveland Browns, I wanted to take a look at the
snap counts to get a feel for how the coaching staff was utilizing the rookies
on the team. In recent years, rookies have been infused into the lineup more
than ever under Mike Tomlin www.steelerscheapshops.com ,
and this year was no different. The big name of the group was Terrell Edmunds.
The first round safety didn’t just start the game at Strong Safety, but logged
74 of 89 defensive snaps. This total was second only to Sean Davis who played in
all 89 plays. Edmunds’ totals compared to other safeties were as follows:Sean
Davis — 89Terrell Edmunds — 74Morgan Burnett — 40Jordan Dangerfield — 0Whether
you believe Edmunds is ready for this heavy of a workload or not, the Steelers’
coaching staff trusted him enough to be the starter in the deep half of the
secondary. Edmunds wasn’t the only rookie who saw the field in Week 1. Chukwuma
Okorafor, the third round offensive tackle out of Western Michigan, was used as
the swing tackle, as well as the extra tackle/tight end in ‘Jumbo’ packages to
help run the football. ‘Chuks’ played in 17 offensive snaps, out of a possible
84. Fellow rookie James Washington, second round wide receiver out of Oklahoma
State, saw the field the least amount of the three, notching just 11 snaps, with
zero targets or receptions, to his young NFL resume. Fans of Washington were
disappointed with the lack of his playing time Pittsburgh
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, compared to that of Justin Hunter, who
registered 51 offensive snaps on the day, but should be reminded how Washington
is likely following the JuJu Smith-Schuster plan. Last year Smith-Schuster
didn’t start to see significant reps early in the season either. Rather, they
eased him into the role. I can only imagine the team is following suit in this
regard.Either way, this trio of rookies are doing work in one way or another
this season, and all will be called upon to fill a role at one point or another.
The hope is Edmunds continues to solidify his starting role with the team, but
Okorafor playing significant snaps means an injury to a starter, so filling his
role as a backup is just fine for his rookie season. I think we all can envision
a time when Washington outshines Hunter and earns his spot within the offense.
Check out the full Snap Totals below, or by clicking HERE:
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