The 2019 Steelers were led by a dynamic defense that finished in the top five in the league in almost every relevant category. With all eleven starters returning, and with its youngest and newest players having a year under their belt together, it’s reasonable to anticipate another dominant performance in 2020.
The offense is a different story. Most Steelers fans by now have rehashed ad nauseum their struggles last season. The encouraging news is this: When assessing the position groups on that side of the ball, most of the units appear to have improved between then and now.