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    Points scored per game (2007-2013)

    2007: 24.6
    2008: 21.7
    2009: 23.0
    2010: 23.4
    2011: 20.3
    2012: 21.0
    2013: 23.7


    This season, the Steelers scored their most points per game since 2007, and this was despite scoring only 19 points in the first two games combined. They scored 379 points in all this season, which tied them for 16th in the league, and they were only 35 points behind the 10th-ranked team. In other words, an extra TD every three games would have made the Steelers a top-10 scoring team this season. The offense is clearly heading in the right direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    All the talk now is on how River's has turned his game around since mid-season. It just so happens it coincides with the emergence of SD's rushing attack. A parallel could be drawn with Roethlisberger/Bell.
    I think it's Bell out of the backfield as a pass catcher... our running game is still struggling but it's nice to see a commitment to the run even though we aren't seeing 100 yard games.

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    I would have loved to see what Haley or someone other than Arians could have accomplished with a younger Ben, younger Heath Miller, younger everyone along with Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes.

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