Breaking Down the Eight Toughest Games for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011

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Breaking Down the Eight Toughest Games for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011
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In the always highly-contested AFC North, the perennial powerhouse Pittsburgh Steelers will look to repeat as conference champions in 2011 and earn their second Super Bowl under the direction of Head Coach Mike Tomlin.  It won't be an easy road.  It never is. 

The Steelers' 12-4 record in 2010 was an an attribute once again to their superior play on the defensive side of the ball and their ability to navigate the heaviest-hitting division in the NFL (5-1 in 2010) makes for a competitive team year in, year out.

Though the Steelers aren't faced with an absurdly difficult schedule, they will still have to find a way to beat some of the toughest teams and some of the best quarterbacks in the league.

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