- The Steelers appear to be shifting their offensive philosophy to a more pass-heavy attack, as new offensive coordinator Todd Haley should open things up for Roethlisberger with the trio of Mike Wallace, Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders leading an underrated receiving corps. Although Haley's offenses in Kansas City failed to live up to the Kurt Warner-led units in Arizona during his tenure as the Cards' offensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008, the personnel at his disposal is much improved with his new gig. Further, there's the expected early-season absence of Rashard Mendenhall following ACL surgery in January. With a cast of unproven backs in Isaac Redman, Jonathan Dwyer and John Clay attempting to replace him, it's reasonable to think that the Steelers may lean heavily on their passing game, at least in the early weeks of the season, while Haley's system should afford more passing attempts for Roethl
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