The Steelers suffered a 13-10 loss to Cleveland on Sunday, with their offense once again being the primary cause of their defeat. They failed to score in the first half and managed just nine yards on two fourth-quarter possessions after tying the game 10-10 with a field goal. Running back Najee Harris expressed frustration with the unit’s performance, citing predictability and implied deeper issues behind the poor showings on the field. He stated that there is “a lot of stuff that just goes around that you guys don’t see” and expressed being tired of the situation.
When asked about whether everyone on the Steelers has a team-first attitude, Harris replied, “Do I think everybody is team-first on this team? I’d rather not talk about them, I’ll just talk about me and my performance.” Despite their struggles, the Steelers hold a 6-4 record, keeping them in contention for playoff spots in the AFC. Harris’ comments suggest that changes are necessary for the team to remain competitive.