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Only two seasons removed from their last Super Bowl appearance, the Pittsburgh Steelers finished 8-8 in 2012 and missed the postseason. Just a year prior the Steelers literally limped into to playoffs with a hobbled Ben Roethlisberger only to be ousted by Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. With the Baltimore Ravens making it to the Super Bowl and the Cincinnati Bengals having back to back playoff appearances one would think that the coaching staff in Pittsburgh will be under a little fire to return the Steelers to relevance in 2013... Read more
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