Ex-NFL great Rocky Bleier sums up Pittsburgh's recent struggles: 'The Steelers suck'

Bleier posted his weekly reaction to the Pittsburgh game on Instagram and made his thoughts on the team very clear: “Los Steelers apestan.”

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El corredor Rocky Bleier (20) of the Pittsburgh Steelers carries the ball looking to get a block from teammate Lynn Swann (88) on Clarence R. Scott (22) of the Cleveland Browns circa late 1970s during an NFL football game at Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.

El corredor Rocky Bleier (20) of the Pittsburgh Steelers carries the ball looking to get a block from teammate Lynn Swann (88) on Clarence R. Scott (22) of the Cleveland Browns circa late 1970s during an NFL football game at Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. (Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

What I can’t understand is why. It’s not that losing bothers me as much as lack of pride or self-esteem. How do you give up 82 points in the last two games? How do you, in the words of Mike Tomlin, get beat up front and both sides of the ball?” Bleier asked rhetorically.

Big Ben after the game said ‘It is what it is. It happens sometimes. We need to play better.’ My reaction – no s—. So why don’t you play better? I don’t want to hear about injuries. We got beat even when everyone was healthy. I don’t want to hear about anything because actions speak louder than words. And at this stage of the game, those actions spell out loser. It’s not what we want to hear but it is the truth.

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Rocky Bleier, un miembro de la 1974 Super Bowl team, is honored during a halftime ceremony during the game between the New Orleans Saints and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 30, 2014, en el Heinz Field de Pittsburgh, Pensilvania.

Rocky Bleier, un miembro de la 1974 Super Bowl team, is honored during a halftime ceremony during the game between the New Orleans Saints and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 30, 2014, en el Heinz Field de Pittsburgh, Pensilvania. (Justin K. Imágenes de Aller / Getty)

The Steelers are 6-10-1 over their last 17 juegos, y 20 NFL teams have won a playoff game since Pittsburgh last came away with a playoff victory back in 2016. The team dropped Week 12’s game against the Bengals, 41-16, and lost in Week 11 hacia Los Angeles Chargers, 41-37. Not to mention the tie against the Leones de Detroit.

It appears to be quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s final season in black and yellow, which means the team will need to head in a different direction next year under center for the first time since 2004.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger walks toward the sideline during the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals on Nov. 28, 2021, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger walks toward the sideline during the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals on Nov. 28, 2021, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Pittsburgh is 5-5-1 este año.

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