PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Former Steelers quarterback Mark Malone joined Bob Pompeani and Ron Cook on “The Bob Pompeani Show” on SportsRadio 93-7 The Fan Saturday morning.
Most of the discussion was about the Steelers offense and how it will react after the departure of Bruce Arians as offensive coordinator.
Art Rooney II stated that Ben Roethlisberger will have to “tweak” his game to take less sacks. In the past, Mr. Rooney said the that Steelers were becoming too pass-oriented. Malone thinks that it is certainly an advantage to be able to throw the football, but you don’t want to do that and sacrifice a run game completely.
Malone calls the relationship between a quarterback and offensive coordinator “extremely important.” And, whoever succeeds Arians, he will have to have a good relationship with Ben.
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Mark Malone On Steelers
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