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Podcast: Why wide receiver, not tight end, is the biggest hole on the Steelers’ roster

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In a brand new show titled ‘Yeah, I said it’, we talk about some burning topics surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers.

When fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers think about potential holes the team has on the offensive side of the ball, there aren’t many.

The Steelers still deploy a franchise quarterback which has 4/5 of their starting offensive line returning.

James Conner is coming off a Pro Bowl season and looks every bit the part of a feature back in today’s NFL.

If there are two positions which should be considered as lacking, it would be wide receiver and tight end.

With Antonio Brown being traded to the Oakland Raiders, and Jesse James going to the Detroit Lions via free agency the Steelers have holes to fill on their roster. But what if we said wide receiver was the biggest hole on the Steelers’ offense?

This is where the newest BTSC podcast “Yeah, I Said It” comes in. My co-host on ‘The Standard is the Standard’, Lance Williams, talks about why receiver, and not another position, is the lone gaping hole on the team’s current roster.

Lance is the perfect man for the job, and delivers the goods in the latest show.

Check out the audio below:

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