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Steelers Podcast: What led to the Steelers’ downfall in 2018? Team dysfunction or turnovers?

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The 2018 regular season for the Pittsburgh Steelers was a forgettable one. Mired by drama and poor play the team fell short of multiple goals. No AFC North division title, and most importantly, no seat in the AFC Playoffs.

It is hard to believe, when looking back, this Steelers team was at one time 7-2-1, and winners of six in a row, and finished the season 9-6-1. Talk about a fall from grace.

So, what was the main reason for the Steelers’ downfall this past year? Was it the team dysfunction, or the massive amount of turnovers?

Inquiring minds want to know the answer to this burning question, and this was the crux of the new podcast ‘Steelers Burning Question’ which aired last night on our YouTube channel.

In the podcast I go into greater detail of the main reason the Steelers fell flat on their face in 2018.

Plenty has to be deciphered here, and I lay it all out there for the listeners in the latest show...

Check out the show below, and be sure to comment who you think is to blame in the comment section below!

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If you’re old-school and just want the audio, you can listen to it in the player below.