The Steelers are making offseason moves.

Robbie Decerbo, Sports Writer

The Steelers need to make some changes this offseason in order to not have a repeat of last season.

Last season, the Steelers finished with a record of 9-8, which is not terrible.

But in order to be a successful team which the Steelers normally are–and have been for the majority of their existence–you have to be better than “not terrible.”

“Pittsburgh finishes the season with a 9-8 record, Having gone 7-2 after the team’s bye week, but falls just short of qualifying for a playoff spot,” says analyst John Heitritter.

In order to be successful next season, they need to make some coaching staff changes. They also need offensive linemen, defensive backs, and a middle linebacker.

This is key, especially with some players leaving this offseason.

“Players including Terrell Edmunds, Devin Bush, Can Sutton, Larry Ogunjobi, Tyson Alualu, Chris Wormly, and more are scheduled to hit free agency with some of them undoubtedly not returning,” says Heitritter.

If the Steelers do make these changes, they can have a very good season.

They are a young talented team, with a lot of potential, and if they handle this offseason right they could be a playoff team next year.

“Players on the outside will be brought in via free agency and the NFL Draft to supplement the losses on the roster while also improving various weaknesses the team dealt with throughout the season in hopes of strengthening the team to be a better overall roster to compete in 2023,” says Heitritter.