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Steelers get rave reviews for offseason moves

Are you happy with the moves they made?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have been active this offseason as they work to make moves in order not only to give head coach Mike Tomlin a winning season, but to return to the postseason after having missed in 2022 for the first time in three years. 

And seems as though pundits appreciate their moves, viewing them as positive for the team's future prospects of success. According to, the Steelers have primed themselves for improvement in 2023 thanks to their additions by general manager Omar Khan, led by the acquisition of former Eagles guard Isaac Seumalo.

“Isaac Seumalo was the biggest name among interior offensive linemen in free agency, finishing with a 1.6% blown block rate on the highest snap count of his career. He posted the sixth-best blown block rate among guards with at least 1,000 snaps.”

Among the additional moves made by Khan include inking Patrick Peterson, Cole Holcomb and Elandon Roberts to contracts.

“With the core defensive personnel already in place, maintaining a strong supporting cast was a priority for Pittsburgh this offseason. Doing it for a combined 2023 cap hit of just under $5.5 million (per OverTheCap) is doing it with style points.” 

Steelers fans, can you realistically expect a return to the postseason in the upcoming NFL season?