Even as their playoff hopes dim, the Pittsburgh Steelers have to be excited about their offensive performance this season. What began as a season with many questions has reached the final turn with most of those queries answered. Let's break down some of those questions and answers on the eve of Pittsburgh's important matchup with the Cleveland Browns. Offensive Line Entering the 2009 season, one of the biggest and most asked questions surrounding Pittsburgh's offense was whether or not the offensive line, maligned for much of the 2008 season, could protect quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and open holes for the team's stable of running backs. The answer became clear during the team's Week Three loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. The Steelers' linemen could indeed do their jobs. Chris Ke ...
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