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The Pittsburgh Steelers have the perfect combination of a strong running game and dynamic passing game, which makes Ben Roethlisberger's crew one of the most appealing in fantasy football.
Rashard Mendenhall will head the running game once again in Pittsburgh this year.
His offensive line is terrible, but he still managed to fight through the blown plays for a 3.9 yards per carry average.
The Steelers ran the ball 471 times in 2011, eighth most in the league, with Mendenhall taking 324 of those carries.
Clearly, no matter what the offensive line looks like, Pittsburgh will always try to establish the run, which is beneficial for Mendenhall owners.
This running game opens up the field for Roethlisberger to make plays.
Last year, only five teams threw fewer times than the Steelers. This could have been partially due to the suspension of Roethlisberger.
Still, Pittsburgh managed to be the 14th-ranked passing attack in the league.
That's pretty impressive efficiency.
The key may be the new deep threat, Mike Wallace, who has turned into a top-12 fantasy option at wide receiver.
In 2011, the Steelers will once again establish the run, then attack defenses through the air.
They truly are built for fantasy success in both aspects of offense.