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When you look around the division, you can see some really big names.
Guys like Ray Rice and September's Offensive Player of the Month A.J. Green generally grab all the headlines. But no offense in the division is deeper than that of the Pittsburgh Steelers—especially in the receiving corps.
Mike Wallace may be the best deep threat in the league and last year's team MVP Antonio Brown has proven himself to be a consistent target for Ben Roethlisberger.
Pairing their starters with backups Emmanuel Sanders and Jerricho Cotchery, who happens to be the last Jets player with over 1,000 yards receiving, and one of the most underrated tight ends in the game in Heath Miller, and you have an elite group of targets for Big Ben.
Getting Rashard Mendenhall back will immediately upgrade the backfield, as was shown Sunday against the Eagles. Having a back like Chris Rainey to catch passes out of the backfield adds a dimension the Steelers haven't seen in quite some time.
It'll be hard for any defense in the league to completely shut down the weapons the Steelers can put on the field. Pittsburgh's offense should be able to compete with almost any offense in the league—there's something you haven't always been able to say.