With the NFL season around the corner, the Pittsburgh Steelers come in with one of the top offenses this upcoming season.
Steelers offense coordinator Todd Haley believes they should average 30 points a game this season. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger seems to agree with that number.
”We feel we can be as good as we want to be,” Roethlisberger said Monday.
”Obviously we’re going to have teams gunning for us, teams trying to stop AB, trying to stop Le’Veon,” Roethlisberger said. ”But we want to be the best and we’re going to keep striving to get there.”
Antonio Brown is coming off a career season, arguably the league’s best receiver last season and Le’Veon Bell looked the part of the league’s most complete running back in the leagues.
Big Ben also found a new weapon in Clemson Tigers rookie wideout Martavis Bryant who came on very strong last season, and always has old reliable Heath Miller for a bail out play or three during a game.
The Steelers offense will be as potent as any team in the league, but if they want to get back to the Super Bowl the defense will have to improve.
Or the goal of 30 points a game will have to happen every game to contend in the AFC.
Will see if their goal holds any truth.