Here’s how you can tell if you’ve been f*cked up on the Steelers’ home field.

The Steelers have always been a team that has a reputation for playing tough and they’ll continue to do so on this home field at Heinz Field.

But as they begin to play their first game in Pittsburgh in nearly five years, they’re coming into the stadium wearing their home uniforms with a certain amount of pride.

Steelers fans have become more and more likely to curse their own team after last week’s loss to the Ravens.

“That’s what I hate about the Steelers: They don’t respect us as football fans,” one Steelers fan told FOXSports.com.

Another told FOX Sports he was at Heins stadium last night to cheer on the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he saw a bunch of Steelers fans dressed up in their Steelers jerseys, which he thinks are dirty.

A fan in the stands told FOXsports.com he thought the Steelers were “f*cking with us.”

The fans that are doing this are taking the piss.

They’re not going to go back to wearing the uniform again,” another fan said.

The Steelers are currently 0-2 on the road, but they have a win over the Ravens last week and a victory over the Chiefs in Kansas City on Sunday.

This week’s game against the Ravens has been a very different story.

The Steelers have not played well since the beginning of the year, falling behind 20-0 to the 49ers and ending up with their second straight loss.

The Ravens have won four straight and four of five on the season, but the Steelers are looking to get back to the playoffs for the first time since the 2008 season.

They have played the first three games at home, but on Thursday night they will play the fourth game at Heini Field.

The home game is scheduled for Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET.