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    Ben over 4000 yds; Mendenhall over 1000 yds...and more!

    So lost in the flury of this crazy season, filled with ups and downs and tons of heartache, we have quietly been putting together an offense season for the record books.

    Big Ben is the first QB in Steelers history to throw for over 4000 yds in a season.
    Mendenhall goes over 1000 yds rushing for the season.
    Heath Miller's receptions put him over 70 for the year, also a team record.
    Ward, Holmes, both with 1000 yds receiving.

    So while this season hasn't been what we wanted too, and yeah we're still alive as of now, the offense has quietly and boy to I mean quietly LOL, put together some nice numbers.

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    It's all good, but falling short of the playoffs will sour the taste...

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    oh there's no doubt, if we don't make the playoffs it will suck. If we do manage to get in there's no guarantee we'll do anything beyond the first round. We can atleast tip our hats that the team has rallied together, and inspite of themselves they still have a pulse. For all the shortcomings of Bruce Arians, and the horrible self inflicted penalties, bad calls, and everything else, the offense still shows signs of life.

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    Problem with the offense is they can't score in the redzone.

    The D has problems across the board.

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    Our offense pretty much sucked today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKSTEELER View Post
    Our offense pretty much sucked today!
    They didn't suck..they just didn't turn red zone possesions into touchdowns most of the time..but thats nothing new. They gave the minimal amount to win the game. A wins a win.

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    I'd trade yards records for scoring records any day. This Offense just can not convert RZ possessions. It's ridicules how bad they are in near the goal line. With no room for the play to break down and Ben to do his thing= no score. We got extremely lucky today, and I would hope the players play down these meaningless records in interviews.
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    They play to the level of the competition...that's why, I believe, if they make the playoffs they could actually do some damage...Mostly if Troy is available of course

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    Let's not forget too, Logan broke the Steelers single season record for return yards as well, passing the mark set by Ernie Mills.

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