The Steelers' offense doesn't have many experienced players to turn to for leadership this season. And I'm not talking about vocal leadership, this is about which players can do the heavy lifting for the offense in big moments.
The two players that fit that best fit that category are the only two offensive players that made the Pro Bowl this year, Maurkice Pouncey and David DeCastro. Even though JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner are needed playmakers, the both DeCastro and Pouncey can do the work to control the middle of the field.
Doing so allows for the rest of the offense to operate more efficiently, and that can be the unit's ticket to doing just enough to win their final two games: