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Wildcat's Wild in Steelers Offense

On Sunday, the Steelers debuted a Wildcat running offense for the first time this season. It worked. Pittsburgh used it only four times, with running back Le'veon Bell taking snaps and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger lined up wide, but the Steelers ran for a season-high 141 yards against the Ravens.

Head coach Mike Tomlin says the plays have always been a part of the Steelers' offense but "the window dressing changed." Roethlisberger says he's "all for whatever helps the team win," but joked he's getting winded running out to line up as a wide receiver.

 
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Edgar Snyder

Washington Times

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