Allan Robinson was traded from the Rams to the Steelers.

Robbie Decerbo, Sports Writer

Last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers offense struggled. Their offensive line was weak and they were missing many pieces.

In order to become a playoff team, the Steelers needed to complete their offense. With the players that they have signed recently, they believe that their offense is close to being complete.

Last week, the Steelers traded for Rams veteran wide receiver Allan Robinson. The Steelers gave up a seventh-round pick in return for another seventh-round pick in Robinson.

The Steelers also have to pay him less than the Rams do. Pittsburgh definitely profited from this trade.

“On Friday, the Pittsburgh Steelers officially acquired Robinson in a trade that essentially amounted to the Rams paying them to take the veteran off their hands after only one season,” says analyst Gary Klien.

After finishing out his time with the team who drafted him, the Jaguars, Robinson signed with the Bears. During his time in Chicago, he was debatably a top ten receiver. After playing in Chicago, he signed with the Rams.

Although Robinson is not as good as he used to be, he will still be a solid third receiver for Pittsburgh.

Last season, Robinson suffered an injury but still had mediocre stats despite missing seven games.

“But Robinson caught only 33 passes for 339 yards and three touchdowns before he suffered a foot injury that sidelined him the final seven games,” says Klien.

Other than Robinson, the Steelers have made some key signings on offense.

They also signed offensive linemen Isaac Seumalo and Nate Herbig.

“The Steelers went into last offseason looking to retool their offensive line and made some under-the-radar signings, bringing back right tackle Chuks Okorafor, while picking up right guard James Daniels and center Mason Cole in free agency,” says analyst Dale Lolley.