There will be plenty of time to look ahead at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2013 season.
This Steelers offseason is going to be about a month longer than we’re used to, and even a week longer than last year, when the Steelers at least got into the playoffs before losing in the first round.
If we start making 2013 projections now, the wait for next season will seem that much longer. It’s much less agonizing to throw one more tomato at the Steelers for their 2012 performance.
This tomato is directed at Antonio Brown, who hopefully can catch it and use it to help fill the giant Heinz Field ketchup bottle, assuming he doesn’t fumble it.
Sure, LaMarr Woodley had just four sacks this season. The last time he had less than nine sacks in a season was 2007, his rookie year.
Woodley deserves some blame for the Steelers’ failure to make the playoffs.
Mike Wallace caught just 64 passes, down from 72 last year, and averaged a career-low 13.1 yards per catch. He also dropped six passes and told the Pi...