Are Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown the best trio of offensive players on any one team currently in the NFL? Dave Dameshek of NFL.com thinks so as he has named the Steelers “big three” as the best in the league.
Over the last two seasons, Brown has been, at worst, the second-best WR in the NFL (239 receptions!). In 2014, Bell was, at worst, the second-best RB, while Roethlisberger had, at worst, the third-best season among QBs. Add ’em all up, and it’s tough to argue anything other than this trio* being, at worst, the best.
Its really hard to argue with the rankings of Dameshek, who is a Steelers fan. The Steelers three-headed monster of Roethlisberger, Brown and Bell is certainly hard to defend against and all three players set records last season on their way to earning Pro Bowl recognition.
As far as his all-time greatest triplets of the Super Bowl era go, Dameshek has the Steelers trio of Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris and Lynn Swann ranked third overall behind the Cowboys trio of Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin, and the 49ers’ trio of Joe Montana, Roger Craig and Jerry Rice.