So maybe in week one you give them a pass to some degree; two lineman go down, first time in regular season with new offense, thin air, whatever.
Against the Jets, Dwyer had 12 carries for 28 yds and Redman had 12 carries for 25 yds.
In the Broncos game, Dwyer had 9 carries for 43 yds, Redman with 11 carries for 20 yds.
The line was healthy on Sunday, the offense was able to move the ball and sustain drives, but it was nearly all coming through the air. The Jets were selling out to stop the run. I saw them crashing the middle of the Steelers offensive line and then able to pursue to the outside quickly enough to keep the RB in front of them.
As much as they worked on the ground attack in the preseason and in training camp you'd think they were all about pounding the rock. Also interestingly enough is that the passing game has been coming a long quicker than the running game. Usually it's the other way around when you have a new offense.