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Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive line addresses preseason struggles

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Pittsburgh – The Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive line had a decidedly poor performance in their second game of the preseason against the Jacksonville Jaguars. As the team returned to his UPMC Looney Sports Complex to start the week, some members of the group in question said their struggles resulted in simple executions.

Mason Cole, a five-year veteran, said the Steelers line wasn’t unplanned and was simply beaten by the Jaguars’ talented pass rusher.

“You could use that as an excuse, but it’s pass protection,” Cole said. “They didn’t throw us a lot of stunts. They beat us in pass protection. Admittedly, it might have helped if I had planned the game more.