Top 10 Best Pittsburgh Steelers Players Going Into the 2018 SeasonPittsburgh is spiraling out of playoff contention suddenly, with Ben Roethlisberger on a fall. Of course, some elite players remain, and they could carry the Steelers to the playoffs. We’re looking at the top ten best Pittsburgh Steelers players going into the 2018 season.
The Top Ten
That's hella true - Jezz
Isn’t this one obvious? The NFL star is showing no signs of slowing down and is in the prime of his career. If he stays healthy, he’ll stay the NFL’s best wide receiver. - PackFan2005
Pittsburgh has it made at running back and wide receiver. Bell is an elite back, but he’s in the midst of a long contract dispute. He may even sit out of regular season games until he gets his extension. But, he’s still one of the NFL’s top five running backs.
Throwing 5 picks in one game is not okay. Especially if you’ve been to three Super Bowls. He’s going down with Eli Manning. Sure, he’s still a good quarterback, but he’s not elite anymore. - PackFan2005
He’s one of the league’s best offensive linemen. He’s coming off of yet another pro bowl season with one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. - PackFan2005
He had 900+ receiving yards in 2017 and 7 touchdowns. Not to mention his return touchdown. Schuster cemented himself as their number two receiver and primary return man. He’s very young, and he’ll flourish in 2018 and beyond. - PackFan2005
Heyward blew up in 2017, with 12 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. Of course, can he stay consistent at this point in his career? - PackFan2005
In my opinion, he’s in the top three for league’s best centers. - PackFan2005
He made his first pro bowl along with DeCastro and Pouncey. He’s still somewhat young, and I expect the same from him in 2018. - PackFan2005
His rookie season wasn’t too shabby, getting 7 sacks and picking off a pass. He is similar to his brother J.J. Watt in a lot of different ways, and he’ll continue to show what J.J. has runs in the family. - PackFan2005
Yeah, he’s questionable to be on this list, but think about it. He’s the most likely future starter in Pittsburgh, and he may even start a game or two in 2018. I liked him in college, and I expect him to play like he did at Oklahoma State. - PackFan2005