PFF ranks Steelers offense among worst in NFL

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PFF ranks Steelers offense among worst in NFL
PFF ranks Steelers offense among worst in NFL

It's no secret the Pittsburgh Steelers offense has struggled. The injury to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the second week of the season put this entire group behind. But the reality is even before Big Ben went down the Pittsburgh offense was going to be a problem. How bad are things now? According to Pro Football Focus, the Steelers offense is tied as the No. 26 offense in the league. Here's what they had to say about it. Since franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger went down in Week 2, 68.6% of the Steelers' pass yards have come after the catch. That's the highest by over 7.2%. In other words, offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner has resulted to a safe offense, living and dying by short

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