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2005 Pittsburgh Steelers

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11-5-0, Finished 2nd in AFC North Division  · 2005 NFL Season Summary
 SRS: Total 7.8, Offense: 3.8, Defense: 4.0, SoS: -0.4, avg is 0.0.

Scored 389 points (24.3/g), 9th of 32 in the NFL. Allowed 258 points (16.1/g), 3rd.
 Differential of 131 points (8.2/g), 5th.  Expected W-L: 11.6-4.4.

Coach: Bill Cowher (11-5-0)
 Offensive Coordinator: Ken Whisenhunt
 Defensive Coordinator: Dick LeBeau
 Other Notable Asst.: Bruce Arians (Wide Receivers), Keith Butler (Linebackers) and Ray Horton (Asst. Defensive Backs Coach)

Playoffs:
Won Wild Card 31-17 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Won Divisional Round 21-18 vs. Indianapolis Colts
Won Conference Championship 34-17 vs. Denver Broncos
Won Super Bowl 21-10 vs. Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: Heinz Field
 Training Camp: St. Vincent College (Latrobe, Pennsylvania)


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Misc Passing Rushing Receiving
Rnd Pick Tm Pos Yrs From To AP1 PB St CarAV G Cmp Att Yds TD Int Att Yds TD Rec Yds TD College/Univ
1 30 PIT Heath Miller TE 11 2005 2015 0 2 11 44 168 2 8 0 592 6569 45 Virginia
2 62 PIT Bryant McFadden DB 7 2005 2011 0 0 4 25 96 1 -2 0 Florida St.
3 93 PIT Trai Essex T 8 2005 2012 0 0 1 17 76 Northwestern
4 131 PIT Fred Gibson WR 0 0 0 Georgia
5 166 PIT Rian Wallace LB 2 2005 2006 0 0 0 2 16 Temple
6 204 PIT Chris Kemoeatu G 6 2006 2011 0 0 4 27 75 Utah
7 228 PIT Shaun Nua DE 0 0 0 BYU
7 244 PIT Noah Herron RB 2 2005 2006 0 0 0 3 23 85 273 3 29 211 2 Northwestern