There are two passes that could end up telling us a great deal about how the Steelers intend to operate their offense from now on. Those two passes opened the Steelers' week four matchup with the San Diego Chargers. No, that's not a misprint. The Steelers actually opened a game by featuring a quick strike passing game and not the once-vaunted rushing attack that was always part of Pittsburgh's past offensive systems. While Bruce Arians takes a ton of heat for calling a run heavy, unimaginative offensive game, he has been rather diverse this season. If you close your eyes to a squint and look, it almost looks like they Mike Mularkey heyday (before he, too, became unimaginative and conservative). There is one certainty through four games. These aren't your father's or grandfather's Pittsbu ...
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