These could be your 2016
Super Bowl champs right here -- yes, even with the exciting-but-inconsistent
suspended for the year. The key, beyond the health factor, is the secondary. How much will the organization hit that group in the draft? Thankfully, my cousin-in-law pointed out that
Senquez Golson, the
Steelers' second-round pick in 2015, didn't play last year. Easy to forget
those rookie medical guys. With the return of Golson -- a product of Ole Miss, which also happens to be my cousin-in-law's alma mater, thus explaining the motivation for championing a backup DB -- Pittsburgh doesn't need as much help as is being put out there on the Interwebs. The defense fared better than any league observer thought it would last season ... well enough to win it at all, had the offense (which, at various points of the year, was without
Le'Veon Bell and
Antonio Brown) stayed healthy. My cousin-in-law did not want his name used for this blurb, so all I will say is that it rhymes with "Davey."