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Colin Cowherd: Big Ben is what he is and the Steelers allowed it with no succession plan I THE HERD

After a comeback win in Week 1 against the Buffalo Bills, the Pittsburgh Steelers fell to the Las Vegas Raiders in their Week 2 home opener. Head Coach Mike Tomlin announced on Tuesday that Ben Roethlisberger is dealing with a left pectoral injury. Colin Cowherd reacts to the news and explains how Big Ben’s injury shows that the Steelers ‘are in a bad place with no succession plan.’

4 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・4:10

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Howie Long breaks down the Raiders’ win against the Steelers, Derek Carr and Jon Gruden’s next steps I THE HERD

Howie Long joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the biggest headlines from Week 2 of the NFL season, including the Las Vegas Raiders’ 2-0 start and his reaction to the Baltimore Ravens – Kansas City Chiefs showdown. Hear what Long has to say about Derek Carr and Henry Ruggs’ strong performances against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the former first round pick’s impact on the Raiders’ offense. The Hall of Famer also discusses Carr’s next steps and what this start means for Jon Gruden.

AN HOUR AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・2:18

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Skip Bayless: I believe in Jon Gruden and Derek Carr, but still have faith in Big Ben and the Steelers I UNDISPUTED

The Las Vegas Raiders raided the Pittsburgh Steelers as they came away with a big 26-17 road win. Derek Carr carved the Steelers up for 382 yards and two touchdowns. After the game, Jon Gruden spoke glowingly of his veteran quarterback, saying quote: ‘I’ll let his play speak for itself. I’ve been clamoring about Derek Carr since I got here..Hopefully he gets some recognition for what he did today. Against two great defenses, two weeks in a row, and it’s a big reason we’re 2-0.’ Skip Bayless explains why he still believes in the Steelers despite his faith in Gruden and Carr.

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Shannon Sharpe: I give the Steelers credit for winning in Buffalo, but I don’t buy them as a playoff team yet I UNDISPUTED

It was a defensive slugfest in Buffalo for three quarters despite two marquee quarterbacks in action. That was until Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers scored 17 in the fourth quarter to secure a 23-16 win. Afterwards, Big Ben said quote: ‘I’m proud of the guys because they didn’t blink. They stood up in the face of not playing well early.’ Shannon Sharpe explains why he is ‘not buying the Steelers as a playoff team’ despite the big win.

2 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:36

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Colin Cowherd: The Steelers’ years of winning the AFC North are over I THE HERD

The Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to bounce back from a rough ending of the 2020 season, where they entered Week 13 with an 11-0 record but lost four of their final five games. They lost to AFC North rival Cleveland Browns in the Wild Card Round. Despite Mike Tomlin never having a losing record in his coaching tenure with the Steelers, there are arguably some what-ifs over the years. Colin Cowherd explains why he believes the Steelers wasted many years and that their winning window is closed.

2 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・5:28

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Jason McIntyre: Najee Harris will not revitalize the Steelers’ offense when Big Ben is the problem I UNDISPUTED

The Pittsburgh Steelers are set to take on the Dallas Cowboys in tonight’s Hall of Fame game on FOX. Pittsburgh finished dead last in rushing and will be looking to unveil rookie running back Najee Harris. The former Alabama star was taken 24th in this year’s draft by the Steelers and has been described by general manager Kevin Colbert as ‘very talented.’ Jason McIntyre explains why Harris won’t revitalize the Steelers and why ‘he’s really out on them this season.’

42 MINUTES AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・1:17

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