This is the Scouts Inc. summary of Pittsburgh:
A Steelers offensive line that doesn't move well and isn't well-coached should be considered among the league's worst. Pass protectors too often are confused about their individual responsibilities, and this unit is insufficient in short-yardage situations -- two deficiencies that were on display Sunday. Moreover, C Justin Hartwig is a terrible shotgun snapper, which happens to be a huge part of Pittsburgh's offense. The Steelers no longer are winning because of their front five, but in spite of them.
Umm, I don't think you need to be an NFL scout to be make this observation.