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Steelers Two-Minute Drill: It's a question of who to use when for Pittsburgh's offense

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The 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers' offense might be the most prolific and dynamic unit fans have seen since the 1970's. The question moving forward isn't how to get the ball to all of the playmakers, but who to use in what situation.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are 9-5 and are staring their first playoff berth since 2012 square in the face. Win their next two games and they not only get into the playoffs, but will be crowned the 2014 AFC North Champions.

In this edition of the Steelers Two-Minute Drill, editor of BTSC Neal Coolong talks about the dynamic offensive unit the Steelers deploy every game. Not your typical hit-and-miss offense, but possibly the most dynamic one since the days of Bradshaw, Swann and Franco.

The question moving forward for this group isn't how to get everyone the ball on the offense, but utilizing their respective talents at the appropriate time for the team to succeed and thrive in critical situations. With players like Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown and Heath Miller, the Steelers can take a 'pick your poison' approach to attacking opposing defenses.

Listen to Steelers Two-Minute Drill every Monday at 8:55 a.m. ET on ESPN 92.3. Be sure to follow ESPN 92.3 on Twitter (@923ESPN) and visit their website for the best online streaming of local and national sports talk radio.

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