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3 ways AB thinks the offense improved

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LATROBE, Pa. – Last year the Steelers offense set records, exceeded the expectations of many, and helped lead the team back to the playoffs.

But there is always room for improvement and Antonio Brown has seen that happen, including in these three areas.

  1. "The tempo has been really good, better than it was before. The tempo has picked up being that guys are getting lined up fast. We are getting to the line. Ben (Roethlisberger) is able to call the cadence. Drawing guys offside. Making checks. Not getting offside penalty when guys come in motion. I think we are doing some positive things as far as getting lined up and knowing what to do. If we can do that, we can play extremely fast and make it tough on defenses."
  1. "There are less mental errors. Guys are buying in and knowing what to do. The more guys know what to do, the faster we can play, the better we can line up and the more we are on the same page."
  1. "There have been a lot of holes. The offensive line, those guys just continue to get better. Those guys have been doing a great job of opening holes and providing lanes for the running back and giving Ben more time."
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