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A breakdown of how the Steelers offense is just starting to find its groove

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The Pittsburgh Steelers offense is just starting to find its groove, and at just the right time.

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

The Pittsburgh Steelers offense was supposed to be a juggernaut in 2017, but came out of the gate stumbling. Fans, and media, asked the same questions over and over again...

“What is wrong with this offense?”

“With so many superstars, how are the underperforming this much?”

Well, it may have taken some time, but the Steelers seem to be hitting their stride offensively, and better late than never, right?

Against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 14, the offense blew Baltimore’s doors off in the first quarter, was pretty much silent the next two, but finished the game with a flurry as they came from behind to beat the Ravens, and win their second straight AFC North championship.

Maybe this game, and the 39-point output, is what will put the Steelers’ offense over the top. The top I am speaking about is not just living up to expectation, but also being able to carry a team to victory on a weekly basis. They won in shootout fashion on Sunday Night Football, and they may need to do this again if the defense doesn’t step up their game.

Looking back at the Ravens game, Brian Baldinger of the NFL Network breaks down some key plays in the Steelers’ come-from-behind win. He breaks down plays unlike any other, so enjoy the show, re-live the game, and hope the team can continue to improve as the New England Patriots come to Heinz Field in Week 15 for what many consider one of the biggest regular season games in Heinz Field history.

Now to the breakdowns...