Pittsburgh Steelers: Offensive Development Right on Track

September 26, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

You always want to see improvement from a team implementing a new system. That is exactly what the Pittsburgh Steelers offense has shown us over the first three weeks of the season.
While the run offense hasn’t come together as Todd Haley would have hoped—they rank 30th in the league with 65 yards per game on the ground—the passing offense is really starting to click.
Ben Roethlisberger has embraced Haley’s offensive scheme, and the results are paying off, as the Steelers are the sixth-ranked passing offense in the league with 284.3 yards per game.
More importantly, the scoring offense is even better, as the Steelers have averaged 25.7 points per game, well over last season’s 20.3 points-per-game rate.
The encouraging news is that the Steelers offense is getting more productive by the week.
After putting up only 19 points against the Denver Broncos in the opening week of the season, the Steelers have scored 27 and 31 points against...

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