Originally written on Steel City Blitz  |  Last updated 2/5/13
The more I look at last season the more ticked I get about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 8-8 record. Clearly this team was better than that and there is enough blame to fill a ballroom. Unfortunately, when I start looking at the Steelers’ offense in 2013 I can’t say my anger subsides very much. Let’s consider what the holes the offense has to fill as we sit here in early February just days removed from our arch-rivals winning the Super Bowl. Here is the good news; Ben Roethlisberger is the quarterback and should be for the next 4-5 seasons. A young, and potentially talented offensive line with a new coach is also a positive but I could not argue that some may find negatives with that too. That about does it for the positives folks… The negatives? Where do I begin? Mike Wallace is as good as gone. If the story by the Post-Gazette’s Ed Bouchette is accurate in that Wallace turned down $10 million a year from the team then there is no way in the name of Stallworth and Swann that...
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3 Comments:
  • Start with REPLACING THE HEAD COACH. Tomlin has been exsisting on Cowher's coattails his drafts have sucked overall (Mendenhal, Wallace, etc.) Get someone that is qualified not merely a token for an ambassatorship.
  • get rid of dirty big mouth ben and get a good leader on offense send him to his good buddy in arizona
  • not a bad idea to send ben to AZ i like it .....for frist three draft choices ...get rid of ben base and bring on some new blood .....and ben could be with his buddy
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