Oct 20, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin looks to the scoreboard during the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

WATCH: Pittsburgh Steelers In Complicated Position For Rebuilding


After posting 8-8 records for the past two seasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers are in a difficult spot from which to rebuild.

At least that’s what City of Champions co-editor Matt Gajtka contends in his latest Just A Minute video:

Do you agree? Let’s talk about it in the comments.

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  • bk

    They have a short window left with Ben being an elite QB, but, it seems the team management does not get it… with just 2 mid round picks in the first 3.5 rounds of the draft, I seriously doubt they are going to find 2 players that will make a huge impact.
    The smart thing would be to trade down for extra picks, but, I’m sure Tomlin’s ego will not allow for that, I’m sure he thinks he has a player at 15 that will put them back on track… I doubt it. It’s going to be a long couple years watching this train wreck.

    • Matt Gajtka

      What you describe is what I fear will happen. Either way, what they’ve been doing lately isn’t working. It’s really tough to stay mediocre in the NFL, but they’ve somehow pulled it off in two straight years.

  • disqus_UxcsDwRD2u

    I’m not worried at all, they fired up at the last half of the season, and it will carey over…as far as Ben goes, he’s easily got 5-6 elite years left

    • Matt Gajtka

      They were definitely better in the final eight games, but it doesn’t guarantee anything once September rolls around. Agreed on Ben, and I liked how he got rid of the ball a little quicker last fall.

      • disqus_UxcsDwRD2u

        I think that now Ben and Haley are finally on the same page and know what works and what doesn’t, that they’ll have a great game plan for this season