The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback has had his share of injuries that have kept him out of the lineup throughout his career, but can he make it back to back years without missing a start?
2014 Steelers Season Scenarios
Caught in the celebration of seeing the new No. 51 on the field is the reason the Steelers drafted Sean Spence in the third round of the 2012 draft. If he's healthy, he may be a main contributor to the Steelers' linebackers in 2014.
The Steelers' rookie RB/WR has a skill set that will lead to success in 2014, and that success will lead to touchdowns.
Even with the youth and athleticism upgrades on the defensive side of the football, it won't be enough for the unit to crack the top 10 in the NFL.
One of the keys to the Steelers' season is their ability to run the football. That goes beyond just LeBackfield; it's about opportunity. That comes from the defense's ability to take the ball away as well as the Steelers' ability to possess it.
Steelers' LB Lawrence Timmons takes two consecutive seasons with 1,000 or more snaps into 2014. Will he make it three in a row?
The Steelers' offensive line is criticized more than most, but the improvements made will pay dividends for the offense, and the team in 2014.
The Steelers improved in terms of personnel, but in a division looking to run the ball frequently, they may need to get even better than where they stand heading into training camp to avoid an unprecedented second straight year out of the top 10.
Steelers' kicker Shaun Suisham has had his moments of brilliance along with bouts of insanity since coming to Pittsburgh. His 2014 season could be his best yet.
It's not a question of Brown's ability or the focus of the offense, but getting him around 115 catches, a general range at which a receiver would lead the NFL, just may not happen with the balance the Steelers are looking for in 2014.
The Steelers' third round pick in 2013 is a combination of deep threat as well as shifty slot mover. His long-term position may be in the slot, but he's penciled in as the team's starting split end right now. Holding onto the starting job is key.
The Steelers' offensive line shows improvement, but isn't able to protect Ben Roethlisberger as they surrender the most sacks in the NFL in 2014.
Continuing the 32 scenarios in 32 days, today's scenario has the Pittsburgh Steelers' 1st round draft pick of the 2014 NFL Draft walking home with some prestigious hardware.