Last Season: 8-8, 3-3 division Playoffs: Missed the postseason Stat Leaders: QB Ben Roethlisberger (3,265 YDS, 26 TDS, 8 INTS); RB Jonathan Dwyer (623 YDS, 2 TDS); WR Mike Wallace (836 YDS, 8 TDS); LB Larry Foote (113 TACKLES, 4.0 SACKS) The Buzz: Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has passed for more than 3,200 yards for five consecutive seasons, but he'll have to find a way to reach the milestone again this season without his top receiver following Mike Wallace's move to Miami. Big Ben has coped relatively well with some brutal hits during his career, but he needs help to make a playoff run. The rushing rotation could get a big boost from former Michigan State star running back Le'Veon Bell, who is expected to immediately take on a featured role within the offense. The Steelers' defense gave up the fewest offensive yards of any NFL team last season, but they need to force more turnovers after ranking No. 28 interceptions and No. 19 in fumble recoveries. Luck Factor: Big Ben always makes the Steelers dangerous, but it will take luck to get help this group go from good to great.
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