10. Pittsburgh Steelers What’s New in 2019: The biggest move on the coaching side is the promotion of Shaun Sarrett to offensive line coach who was Mike Munchak’s assistant line coach in 2018. On the playing personnel side, the Steelers moved up in the draft to land Devin Bush who was the most Ryan Shazier-like prospect in this year’s class and most-likely finally filled a gaping hole on their team in doing-so. Some quite, but potentially potent FA moves saw Donte Moncrief, Steven Nelson and Mark Barron come in and they can contribute right away. Roster Strengths: Quarterback – Big Ben, for all of his faults, can still sling the pill and we’ll see just how good he is without the best receiver in the league Offensive Line – One of the more dominant units around the league for the past few seasons, they’ve lost their talisman coach Mike Munchak in the off-season and we’ll see how much that impacts them Defensive Line – In the opposite trench, the trio of Heyward, Hargrave and Tuitt has been consistently stout and disruptive Elsewhere – Ju-Ju Smith-Schuster has established himself as a vocal leader of the offense in two excellent seasons, we’ll see if he can emerge further as a focal point for the offense with Antonio Brown out of the picture. James Conner has ensured the loss of Le’Veon Bell hasn’t really hurt them and TJ Watt has a dominant stretch of games to round out last season, finishing the year with 12 sacks. Roster Weaknesses: Secondary – Good secondary play continues to elude them. Joe Haden is obviously the team leader back there and should be solid again if he can get a stretch of good health which has eluded him of late. New FA Steven Nelson could be a nice pick-up, he was a lone bright spot on a Chiefs defense last year. Justin Layne is raw, but has high physical potential coming out of the draft and Mike Hilton is solid in the slot. Artie Burns and Cameron Sutton has just not been up to the task. At Safety, it’s likely to be Terrell Edmunds, who should step into Morgan Burnett’s role full-time, and Sean Davis. The latter made modest improvements last year, but both need to get better. Breakout Player: James Washington – He had a rough start as a rookie, but the Steelers rarely miss on their receiver picks and he stands as much to gain by Antonio Brown’s departure than anyone. Apparently he lost 15 pounds at the end of the season and has drawn positive reviews for performances in OTA’s this far. How they can win in 2019: They already have the blueprint on offense, sustain the offense through their volume runners and be ready to hit big plays in the passing game. They just have to prove they can do that without Antonio Brown, easier said than done. There are some interesting new names in the passing game outside of Ju-Ju and Washington in Donte Moncrief and draft pick Dionte Johnson. Plus they still have Eli Rogers and Ryan Switzer,who do their best work inside. Vance McDonald had a breakout year of sorts last season with 50 receptions and four touchdowns, he’s a danger to potential tacklers when roaming free as a runner. On defense, they should see improvements at linebacker if Devin Bush can hit the ground running. The whole front seven could be really good in 2019, that’s including Bud Dupree who may decide to show out in a contract year. It really does come down to the secondary, if Haden can stay healthy and whether Nelson can land the spot opposite and play well. A second year surge to prove why he was taken in the 1st round would do Terrell Edmunds and the whole defense the world of good.  Predicted record 2019: 10-6* – There’s still too much talent on this Steelers team to not expect a bounce-back season where the focus should be on 'team first' and let's not forget this coaching staff are probably coaching for their jobs this year.