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4 most disappointing Pittsburgh Steelers players from 2022

4 most disappointing Pittsburgh Steelers players from 2022

4 most disappointing Steelers from 2022

It is a controversial issue whether the Pittsburgh Steelers season was a disappointment. The Steelers finished with a record of 9-8 and didn't make the playoffs. But when it comes to some of the players, there’s no debate about who stepped up and who fell flat this season.

Here are the four most disappointing Steelers from 2022.

Kendrick Green, Center

Kendrick Green’s rookie season was an utter failure as the Steelers coaches grossly miscalculated his skills and tried to play him at center after spending his college Illinois career at guard. 
But 2022 promised to be his bounce-back season as a guard. It never happened. In fact, Green became a healthy scratch for every game in 2022.

Devin Bush, Linebacker

2022 was the season where Devin Bush put the previous two seasons behind him, quiet the doubters, and earn himself a big free-agent contract. But he did none of those things.
In fact, Bush got benched in favor of rookie WR Mark Robinson from Ole Miss. This was the final straw for the end of his time with the Steelers.

Dan Moore Jr., Offensive Tackle

We gave Dan Moore Jr. a pass last season for his struggles. Moore was a rookie who was not supposed to come in and start.
But when Zach Banner couldn’t go, the fourth-round pick was thrust into the lineup as the starting left tackle.
But in 2023, Moore made no progress and looks to be a prime candidate to get replaced via the draft or free agency.

Chase Claypool, Wide Receiver

Prior to the start of the season, Chase Claypool bragged he would be a top-three receiver at the end of the season.
Instead, he underperformed to a level that made him completely expendable and got himself traded.
And if you wondered, things went no better for him once he went to the Chicago bears

5.0 / 6

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