Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger admits that he is pleased with what he has seen from the younger players on his side's offense in their off-season practices.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger believes that his side could be in for a good season in the NFL if their youthful offense continues to progress.
The Steelers have overhauled their offense in the past few seasons as young players such as Antonio Brown and Maurkice Pouncey have become integral parts of the side.
However, Roethlisberger has admitted that the success could hinge upon how second-year players Le'Veon Bell and Markus Wheaton develop in offensive coordinator Todd Haley's system.
"I like where we are," Roethlisberger told KDKA. "I really do. I know we are young, but I have a really good feeling about this.
"If we can stay healthy, I like where we are and I'm really happy with our O-line and they have a chance to be great and as good as they are is going to help us."
The Steelers finished with an 8-8 record last season after starting the year 0-4.
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