The Pittsburgh Steelers completed a flawless preseason with a 3-0 record, dominating their games convincingly.
The Steelers' first-team offense scored touchdowns in all five preseason games, highlighting their readiness for the 2023 season.
The Steelers' successful preseason included a crucial factor - the team emerged without any significant injuries to key players.
Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren capped off the first-team offense's possessions with touchdown runs, contributing to a 24-0 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Steelers' quarterback Kenny Pickett completed 13 of 15 passes for 199 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions during the preseason, earning a perfect passer rating.
Pickett connected with Diontae Johnson and George Pickens for long gains, setting up touchdowns and showcasing the Steelers' offensive firepower.
The Steelers' defense held the Falcons to just eight total yards in the first half and forced several sacks, underlining their defensive prowess.
Calvin Austin III's 21-yard punt return set up another scoring drive for the Steelers, highlighting the team's well-rounded performance.
Coach Mike Tomlin's second unit continued the Steelers' dominance, both offensively and defensively, ensuring a comprehensive victory.
Anthony McFarland spearheaded the Steelers' rushing game, accumulating 55 yards, including a 31-yard run, contributing to their offensive success.
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