5 biggest reasons the Pittsburgh Steelers are Super Bowl bound
The Pittsburgh Steelers are Super Bowl bound in 2020.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had a wild season in 2019. After losing their starting quarterback, who is a lock for the Hall of Fame, the Steelers traded for one of the best safeties in the league today. They would ride the best defensive performance we have seen from them in years to be in the playoff hunt until the final game of the season. This season however, there is little stopping them from being Super Bowl bound.
They are balanced again
This season should see the Steelers posting their most balanced team, between offense and defense, that we have seen in a long time. There isn’t an obvious weakness in any phase of the game. From 2014-2018 it had seemed as though the team was only going to go as far as the offense could take them. In 2019 the roles reversed rapidly. With the team as healthy as it is, it looks as though they won’t have to rely on either side of the ball much more than the other this season.
They improved the offensive roster
The Steelers offense was not pretty last year. However this season they added depth in key positions that suffered a lot of injuries in 2019. They also added an intriguing piece that is as viable a starter as they have had in that position in a long time.