Anyone who's watched the Steelers in recent years knows the challenges they've had with covering the tight end position. Rob Gronkowski especially devoured the Steelers for his entire career, averaging more than 110 yards per game against them coming into 2018.
The problem continued last season as the team surrendered 887 yards to tight ends, the 12th highest in the NFL. But that number would've been worse without some of the adjustments that came late in the season. Here's why the traditional problem with tight ends shouldn't be an issue in 2019: