Pittsburgh Steelers: NFL 2019 - AFC North







The Steelers had a rather rough off-season season, with the strike promoted by running back Le'Veon Bell and the fight between Antonio Brown and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The team went well until the week, when the team was defeated by the Denver Broncos 24x17, this defeat split the team's season, which lost the next two matches and one more for the Saints in week 16, with the team being overtaken by the Baltimore Ravens and getting out of the playoffs, even with the positive campaign. 

With a lot of locker room problems, GM Kevin Colbert did a cleanup in the squad, but he had to get rid of a lot of talent, such as running back Le'Veon Bell, wide receiver Antonio Brown and tackle Marcus Gilbert, still in attack. Jesse James was also a team loss in the offseason. The Steelers did not make major investments, but rather focused on correcting the linebacker corps by bringing Mark Barron from runner-up Los Angeles Rams and picking Devin Bush in the first round of the last draft.