Steelers' D getting better with age

Originally Published: February 1, 2011
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

With a chance to win their third Super Bowl in six years, the Pittsburgh Steelers may have a defense for the ages, but age is also an issue.

The Steelers' starting defense averages 29.55 years, second oldest in the NFL this season and the fifth oldest of any team to play in a Super Bowl. Age may be just a number, but in the young man's game of football, age can be the albatross that holds down a team from winning the Super Bowl.

This Steelers team, though, believes ...

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