The Pittsburgh Steelers have recently drafted some solid talent to add to their perennial playoff teams.
The Black and Gold came one drive shy of winning a seventh Super Bowl for the franchise in 2011, but how do they improve from such a great season?
The corners in the defensive secondary are starting to wear down, Hines Ward will be retiring soon, and the offensive line was frequently injured last year.
If the Steelers want to continue to be great, they'll rejuvenate the offensive line with some depth at the guard position, and maybe add a coverage cornerback. There are no major concerns for the team besides a consistent kicker, but let's take a look at how Pittsburgh can bolster the team through the draft.