NEW YORK (WFAN)Giants head coach Ben McAdoo is an offensive-minded guy. But even he knows defending the Pittsburgh Steelers is no easy task.

The Steelers have arguably the most talented offensive triplets in the NFL today in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.

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And as McAdoo pointed out in his weekly appearance on Mike Francesa’s WFAN show Thursday, Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and guard David DeCastro are elite talents, too.

“They’ve got five guys who you can make a case are the best in the league at their position,” McAdoo said. “They have good scheme to go with it. But Ben obviously does a nice job getting the ball to his playmakers. He’s a tough guy. He’s a big guy. He’s a smart guy. He’s hard to take down, hard to rattle. So we’ll have our hands full there.

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“Bell’s a guy that really changed the game from a skill-set standpoint for the backs. He’s a two-minute nightmare. He’s tough to match up against. He’s good underneath. He has a receiver skill-set, too, and he’s very patient with the ball in his hands, from a runner’s perspective.

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“And Brown, you can see his work ethic has really paid off. He’s turned into a tremendous route runner — not just deep, but intermediate and short as well. And he’s electric with the ball in his hands, even in the punt return game.”

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To listen to the full interview with McAdoo, click on the audio player above.