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Should the Steelers Move on from Ben Roethlisberger?

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With so much uncertainty surrounding the future of the Steelers, there’s one question that will loom over the franchise until it’s answered. Should the Steelers move on from Ben Roethlisberger?

Roethlisberger has even indicated he wants to comeback for another year. The 38-year-old quarterback went as far as to say money is not of a concern to him at this point in his career. Team President Art Rooney II also brought up money when discussing the quarterback position, making it clear the Steelers would need to restructure Roethlisberger’s contract for him to return.

Understanding the situation and the expectations of this current team, what do you the fab think the Steelers should do with Roethlisberger – welcome him back or move on?

Should the Steelers move on from Ben Roethlisberger?

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Host Mike Asti touched on this topic as part of a past episode of Mic Drop on Pittsburgh Sports Live.

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Should the Steelers Keep Mike Hilton or Cam Sutton?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have a number of important players that are set to become free agents this offseason. The cap-strapped team will not be able to bring every player they like back, and that means making some tough decisions of who to prioritize.

Both Mike Hilton and Cam Sutton have become key contributors to the Pittsburgh secondary as slot cornerbacks. They both are arguably underrated in their own way.

If the Steelers can only keep one, and that’s likely the case, which cornerback should the Steelers retain between Hilton or Sutton?

Which cornerback should the Steelers keep?

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Poll: What Was Biggest Issue with Steelers Running Game in 2020?

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The Steelers finished dead last in the NFL in rushing in 2020 and general manager Kevin Colbert has seen it as a top offseason priority to rectify that standing going into 2021.

The Steelers have already made a change in coaching, with Matt Canada and Adrian Klemm taking over as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.

There will also be substantive changes to the personnel, as starting center Maurkice Pouncey has retired and starting running back James Conner, left tackle Alejandro Villanueva, left guard Matt Feiler and right tackle Zach Banner are pending free agents.

“You can’t say the runners weren’t good enough or the quarterbacks weren’t good enough or the line wasn’t good enough,” Colbert said in speaking with the media last week. “To put out the kind of running game we did, no one was good enough. And again, that is a collective effort. … We need to finish (seasons). And I think having a strong running game helps teams finish in that time of year.”

With that being said, Steelers fans, which area of the running game do you think was the biggest issue in 2020?

What was the biggest issue with the Steelers 2020 running game?

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Will James Conner Ever Reach 1,000 Yards in a Season?

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Some feel he doesn’t get the credit he deserves while others think James Conner is just simply not NFL featured back material.

Either way, it’s very possible Conner has played his final game as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He accumulated 721 yards on 169 carries for an average of 4.3 yards per carry and 6 touchdowns in 13 games during the 2020 season. Conner’s highest yardage total and best overall season came in 2018 when he compiled 973 yards off 215 carries, equaling 4.5 yards per. The Pitt product, who the Steelers kept in Pittsburgh by drafting in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, was selected to his only Pro Bowl for his surprise success in 2018.

Since 2018, it’s been a roller coaster ride of injuries and inconsistency for Conner. The 2018 season remains the only year Conner even flirted with the 1,000 yard mark. With his professional future currently in doubt, the question now becomes – will Conner ever accomplish an 1,000 yard season in the NFL, either with the Steelers or wherever he ends up?

Will James Conner ever accomplish an 1,000 yard season in the NFL?

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