Originally Posted by lloydwoodson
Roethlisberger will never do that. Roethlisberger's offenses have put up more than 23 points per game once in his 9 seasons. Every year it is 20-23 ppg. Nothing will change that.
Technically, it's not that they 'can't' do it.
As we all know, the Steelers failure to advance as an offense stems from a lackluster OL. However, a large part is also because they haven't fully committed to a 'spread' or 'west coast' attack (they're mixing new and old school passing schemes for average results).
If they went all-in
and ran a DET, NE, NO, etc. style offense, with 4/5 Wide and/or 2 TE's every
down, they probably could rack up 27+ PPG.
This is not to say it would be a good idea to do so, just saying.