The Steelers have recently made a significant change to their coaching staff, with Matt Canada being completely moved out of the stadium after being moved from the booth to the sideline just a few weeks ago. Despite the team’s success this season, with a record of 6-4, the move has left many surprised. It is especially surprising given that the team is currently winning and competitive, and their offense has been performing poorly.
In recent games, the offense has been outgained every week and has shown no consistent identity or flow. In their most recent game, only 10 total points were scored, and there were reported issues with players and coaches. This has led many to speculate about what comes next for the offense and who will run the show and call the plays.
Despite some hope that making changes to the coaching staff could turn things around for the offense, it is not guaranteed that they will be successful. The Steelers are relying on an unproven quarterback like Kenny Pickett, which may make it challenging to implement a new offensive strategy. It is possible that this could be a mistake in drafting him in the first round, and it may be time for them to consider other options for long-term success.