When healthy, Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Bryant give the Steelers arguably the NFL’s best 1-2 offensive punch.
The NFL’s 97th season opens with a rematch of Super Bowl 50 as the Carolina Panthers meet the World Champion Denver Broncos. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be taking a seat for four games for his role in the Deflategate Scandal. Out in the Bay area, San Francisco 49ers signal caller Colin Kaepernick will take a knee during the national anthem for the foreseeable future in protest of injustices to minorities and then a seat on the Niners bench as he waits for named starter Blaine Gabbert to cough up the starting job.
A new day has dawned in Philadelphia as quarterback, No. 2 overall pick Carson Wentz and new head coach Doug Pederson hope to put the nuclear tenure of Chip Kelly behind a scarred fan base. In The Steel City, the Pittsburgh Steelers won’t miss a beat as the air and ground attack featuring Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Bryant anchored by Ben Roethlisberger will put the Black and Gold in prime position to hoist their seventh Lombardi Trophy this February in Houston.