When it comes to the Irish, we don’t have a lot of friends in Pittsburgh

In our town, we have many friends.

It was the case with the Steelers last year.

Pittsburgh has many great and not so great friends.

The Steelers won the Super Bowl last year and are currently in the midst of an ongoing playoff race with the Indianapolis Colts.

Pittsburgh’s team was pretty well balanced last year, so there are still some talented players.

However, the Steelers were not the only team to suffer through the loss of a star player to retirement.

There were a lot more than just the Steelers.

The Cardinals also went through a similar situation last year as well, losing their starting quarterback and leading their division.

There are still many Cardinals fans out there, and it’s safe to say that the Steelers would be among them.

The most talented players in the Steelers’ locker room would have had a difficult time fitting in in Pittsburgh.

That being said, it’s hard to ignore the talent on the roster and the way they perform.

Last season, the Cardinals led the league in points scored.

They were the first team in NFL history to score 40 points a game.

The offense was explosive, and quarterback Carson Palmer put up the best season of his career.

The offensive line was stout, and offensive coordinator Mike Tomlin’s unit had the best defensive line in the league.

The defense was solid, with defensive end Calais Campbell leading the league with 10 sacks and cornerback Aqib Talib providing the pass rush.

Pittsburgh was also the only NFL team to win at least 10 games and go into the playoffs, as they lost to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC championship game.

In other words, the defense and offense were both elite last year at their respective positions.

The one thing that did happen was that the Cardinals lost a few key players to retirement and a few to injuries.

First, quarterback Carson Wentz left for the Minnesota Vikings in free agency.

Wentz is now in the process of being replaced by rookie Paxton Lynch.

The Vikings finished 8-8 last year after Wentz signed with the Eagles.

Second, the team signed veteran running back Chris Johnson to a two-year deal.

Johnson had an impressive 2014 campaign with the Packers and was a huge part of the Green Bay offense.

Third, the 49ers signed tight end Vance McDonald to a three-year contract.

McDonald was a big part of a very productive 2014 campaign for the 49er offense, catching 69 passes for 964 yards and seven touchdowns.

Fourth, the Chargers signed cornerback Brandon Flowers to a one-year, $2 million contract.

Flowers had a fantastic season with the Browns last year in a unit that was loaded with talent.

Flowers is coming off a career year in 2015 and should provide the Chargers a solid cornerback with his size.

Finally, there was the trade of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to the Jets.

The trade of Fitzpatrick has been widely reported to be for the right to trade away two of his best receivers, Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant.

The deal could be in the works for weeks.

Fitzpatrick is a fantastic player, but he was not the same player after last season.

Brown and Bryant have been on a tear for the past three seasons, and the Steelers offense has been among the most successful in the NFL.

Brown has been the best receiver in the game for the Steelers, and Bryant has been a huge piece of the defense.

Brown’s return to form could be a key to Pittsburgh’s success this year.

In fact, the quarterback situation could be an important part of that success.

There is a strong chance that the offense could be better this season.

The only thing that could be more crucial to the Steelers is the quarterback.

That’s where the Steelers need to start.

That doesn’t mean that the team needs to be completely overhauled, but it does mean that they need to improve on their offense and defense.

That will require some changes, which could happen at the right time.

The first thing that needs to happen is to start over.

Pittsburgh needs to start looking for a quarterback who will have the same type of skill set as last season, and who is not afraid to take a chance when he feels like he is going to get it.

This will be a long and arduous process, but Pittsburgh should be in a better position this year than last.