First-year head coach Marc Trestman gets his first taste of Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, who can utilize DE Brett Keisel to his advantage in Pittsburgh's Week 3 game vs. Chicago.
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In an effort to create confusion as well as counter the size of Chicago's seam and vertical passing threats, the Steelers will use more of the four-safety look they employed against Cincinnati. Not all four of them will be playing in the secondary.
Steelers 2012 team MVP Heath Miller doesn't think it's realistic to expect midseason form when he returns to the field for the first time since Week 16. But just about anything he can provide will benefit the Steelers' anemic offense.
Steelers offensive coordinator didn't say either tackle, Mike Adams on the left or Marcus Gilbert on the right, wouldn't get the start, but after their combined performances in Weeks 1 and 2, neither should feel secure if this trend continues.
Jerome Bettis came out on Tuesday and said the Steelers should put the offense into the hands of franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. What's the worst that can happen? Who knows. Maybe the best that can happen is an improved offensive attack.