Pittsburgh Steelers' 7 Biggest Offseason Decisions

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Pittsburgh Steelers' 7 Biggest Offseason Decisions
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Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Kevin Colbert have a lot to ponder during the offseason.

Whether the 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers finish 7-9 or 8-8, it's not a record that looks good for a franchise that measures its success with championship rings.

The Steelers could be facing even uglier numbers during the offseason. They could be as much as $15 million over the salary cap, according to a projection last February on ESPN.com.

As painful as it's been for the Steelers to miss the playoffs, the pain will continue with some of the decisions they have to make during the offseason.

Many of those decisions will be financial, and many will be based on performance.

A lot of Steelers will be playing their last game in black and gold in Sunday's season finale against the Browns.

Considering how the Steelers have performed this season, that might not be a bad thing.

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