The Steelers keep evolving with the no-huddle offense, and the more successful they become at it, the more tempting it is to use it.
After seeing it work when it counted in their past two games, their overtime victory against Tennessee and the Super Bowl, why not use it more?
"Well, we're not Buffalo, we're not the K-Gun of Jim Kelly," coordinator Bruce Arians said. "But we could be; we could be very easily."
Arians said Roethlisberger and the rest of his offense are so comfortable in the no-huddle that most of the offense now can be used with it.
"That package has tripled in size now, and it's damn near the whole offense," Arians said. "It's evolved to where he can almost use 80 percent of the playbook in it, and he's gotten very proficient at it."