No. 3: The offensive line is actually deep for the Steelers
At points during the 2021 and 2022 seasons, the Steelers struggled to find four, let alone five, serviceable offensive linemen for the starting lineup. After considerable effort by the front office to fix the issue, the unit now boasts remarkable depth at nearly every position.
First-round pick Broderick Jones is raw, but he has all the upside to be a franchise left tackle for Pittsburgh. If he’s not quite ready as a rookie, Dan Moore Jr. will hold the fort down until he is. Chukwuma Okorafor and Le’Raven Clark bookend the group at right tackle.
The interior is where the Steelers could see substantial improvement. James Daniels was incredibly steady in his first year as the team’s starting right guard. Mason Cole proved to be a solid contributor at center, but free-agent Isaac Seumalo should be the final piece of the puzzle.
Nate Herbig, Kevin Dotson, and Kendrick Green are all spot starters on Sundays, giving Pittsburgh absurd depth at offensive line. Once the biggest weakness of the roster, now with the addition of Broderick Jones and Isaac Seumalo, it has become a strength in the Steel City.