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Roethlisberger: Steelers want to score 30 every game

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The Pittsburgh Steelers put up the best offensive numbers in their storied history last season. Ben Roethlisberger thinks the 2015 team can be better.

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The Steelers set team record in points, first downs, and yards per game, powered by the superstar trio of Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown. The quarterback -- who reported to training camp with teammates on Saturday -- sees no reason why Pittsburgh can't top those numbers.

"We want to start fast and we want to be able to put 30 points on the board in every game," Roethlisberger told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Sunday.

Roethlisberger has strong belief in his supporting cast, from Bell and Brown, to an improved offensive line.

"That group in front of me is as good as any in the league, and as good as any I've ever had. It's great," he said. "Then you look at outside receiver. AB is as good as anybody in this league and arguably one of the greatest that I've played with. Just all around on offense, we have just a special group. It has a chance to be really good.

"There are a lot of young guys, kind of the unknown other than AB. But they have as much potential and talent from top to bottom as we've had here in a long time. To me the sky is the limit for them."

Roethlisberger is now 33, but he's coming off his two best statistical seasons of his career. Some goals seem like honorable pipe dreams -- Roethlisberger's feels highly attainable.

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