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As long as Ben Roethlisberger is a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, healthy, and the team has any semblance of a defense, the Steelers should be at least mediocre. However, no one player can take a terrible team and turn them into a winner. The Steelers currently have a very good defense and a few play-makers on offense, though certainly not as many as was previously perceived. The Steelers, while relevant this year, are showing many cracks throughout their roster... Read more
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  • Of course, the Steelers have a good solid team. They just need to get quality players to fill the some holes. If they can improve in the running game to go with their passing game, they can be dangerous. They probably will not be active in free agency, but I hope they concentrate on inside linebacker, cornerback, and running back in the draft. I would like the Steelers draft Alec Ogletree in first round ILB from Georgia. People are not talking about this youngster yet, but wait until what Alec does at combine. Then grab a corner or running back in the second and third round.
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