The Patriots and Packers developed the blueprint to beat the Steelers last season, and now every team in the league knows exactly what has to be done.
All you have to do is find yourself an ultra-accurate, Hall of Fame caliber quarterback who is adept at the short passing game and who has a deep, smart receiving corps, all of whom run great routes. Then you just have him march methodically down the field, throwing two-thirds of the time while demanding that he makes no mistakes. Easy, right?
Of course it isn't. And that's why the current canard that the Steelers' pass defense is a liability is at best hyperbole and at worst wholly inaccurate.