The Pittsburgh Steelers have built an incredibly dynamic offense around Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant, and Le'Veon Bell. However, they've rarely been on the field together during their time in Pittsburgh. This year could be different as they're all expected to be on the field for Week 1, which could make for an unstoppable offense in 2017.


Ben Roethlisberger has evolved into a more efficient quarterback under offensive coordinator Todd Haley, and he's had some of the best years of his career in this system. At age 35 Roethlisberger still plays at a high level when he's healthy, but he's struggled to stay on the field for all 16 games.

Big Ben has missed seven starts over the past two seasons, and Landry Jones hasn't proven to be a capable quarterback.

If Ben can stay healthy he could have another huge year, but that is a big "if" at this point in his career.


Big Ben has teamed up with one of the league's top-three receivers in Antonio Brown, and they've flourished in their time together.

Brown has gained over 1,100 yards in five of the last six seasons, and he's caught over 10 TD's in each of the past three seasons. Brown will now finally be joined by Martavis Bryant in the receiving corps after he was suspended for the entire 2016 season.

Eli Rogers and DeMarcus Ayers could be up-and-coming targets along with veteran complimentary receivers Darrius Heyward-Bey and Sammie Coates.

The acquisition of Vance McDonald also gives them a reasonable receiving threat from the tight end position.

Running Back

Le'Veon Bell is set to rejoin the Steelers in a couple of days, and he's absolutely electrifying when he's on the field.

Bell gained 1,884 yards from scrimmage in only 13 games last season, and he gained 2,215 yards from scrimmage in his last full 16-game season in 2014.

The Steelers lost a solid backup RB in DeAngelo Williams, but they will replace him with rookie James Conner, who was extremely productive for the Pitt Panthers in college.

Offensive Line

Pro Football Focus ranked the Steelers' offensive line as the league's third-best unit heading into 2017.

This offensive line's biggest strength is their lack of weaknesses with all five players playing well above-average last season, and Le'Veon Bell is extremely skilled at setting up his blocks

This Steelers offense has the potential to be an all-time great unit, but they'll need to avoid injuries to their three B's if they want to realize that potential.