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This isn't the ground and pound Pittsburgh Steelers team of the past.
While this isn't necessarily always a good thing considering more passing can lead to more turnovers, Pittsburgh is now a passing team. Throwing the ball 60 percent of the time, this Steelers team looks to pass often.
With a quarterback like Ben Roethlisberger and three of the best young wide receivers in the league, who can blame them?
Mike Wallace, Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders have all shown the world what they can do to opposing defenses. Mike Wallace can beat anybody deep, Antonio Brown catches anything thrown his way and Emmanuel Sanders can do a little bit of everything.
Mike Wallace is already nearing 1,000 yards receiving with 939 yards and six touchdowns, while Antonio Brown has 707 yards and one touchdown. Ben Roethlisberger has been going to Antonio Brown a lot lately on important downs, so he could very well top 1,000 yards as well.
Sanders has been hurt and his numbers aren't nearly as impressive, but he has shown flashes of greatness this season. Hines Ward, Heath Miller and Jerricho Cotchery are also reliable receivers as this team is well on its way to becoming one of the best passing offenses in the league.