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Carter’s Classroom: Finally, a defense with ball skills ☕

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Steven Nelson celebrates Mike Hilton's interception - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

The Steelers' defense has been notorious for not getting interceptions in recent seasons, as well as not having general ball skills in the secondary. In 2018, the team as a whole recorded only six interceptions, only 69 passes defended. Through five games in 2019, they have eight interceptions, 21 passes defended.

What's been the difference?

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