Pittsburgh Steelers: 3 most impressive stats from 2019

Mason Rudolph, Steelers
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The Pittsburgh Steelers almost overcame a few obstacles in 2019 and clinched a playoff berth. Even though he’s won a Super Bowl before, this was arguably Mike Tomlin’s most impressive season as a head coach.

From the ridding of Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell to losing Ben Roethlisberger to an injury, the Steelers should’ve never come close to the playoffs. But had Pittsburgh won in Week 17 and the Tennessee Titans lost, the Steelers would’ve been in the postseason.

Nevertheless, the Steelers end the 2019 season with an 8-8 record. That was good enough for second place in the AFC North and now the front office knows what needs to be done for next season.

Despite the limitations on Pittsburgh’s roster, they still were able to outclass the Cleveland Browns (sorry Browns fans). Not many teams had to endure what the Steelers did this season and they still overachieved.

Amidst the injuries and turmoil, Pittsburgh still produced in certain areas on the team. With that in mind, here are the three most impressive stats for the Steelers in 2019.