The Pittsburgh Steelers will be fine on defense as log as Dick LeBeau sticks around, but on offense OC Todd Haley has to get his young oline up to speed fast.
QB Ben Roethlisberger isn’t getting any younger and despite his claims on how good his knee feels, it only takes a few shots to put him back into the injury department.
Going into the second year with Haley and his multiple downfield attack, Roethlisberger need time to let those routes come open, however, he won’t be able to do that from his back.
Running back is probably the easiest transition from the college to pro level, but if Le’Veon Bell (yes, he will be the opening day starter) can’t find open lanes to run through or has to pick up multiple pass rushers it could get dicey fast.
The team let go of veterans Max Starks and Willie Colon in the offseason and are looking to replace them with young replacements.
It’s good in theory, bad if they aren’t ready for the big time.
According to Will Graves of Philly.com,...