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TSN.ca NFL Preview: Steelers in tough in improved AFC North

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TSN.ca Staff
8/27/2013 3:33:58 PM
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The Steelers are one of the hardest teams to peg this season.

With so many new starters this season the team could really go either way. On defence, the Steelers still have plenty of playmakers and should be very though once again. Offensively, the team has a few more question marks but it wouldn't be a big surprise to see Roethlisberger rally the troops and lead the Steelers back to the playoffs.

On the other hand, the AFC North is going to be very tough with both Baltimore and Cincinnati looking good so it would be just as easy to see the Steelers lose a game or two from last year.

Go to TSN.ca/NFL to read more on the Pittsburgh Steelers and for full previews of all 32 NFL teams.

Ben Roethlisberger (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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