- Steelers fans chanted 'Fire Canada' during the game against the Browns, expressing their frustration with the team's offensive coordinator.
- Head coach Mike Tomlin supports the passion of the fans and acknowledges the team's need to improve offensively.
- The Steelers have struggled on offense this season, ranking low in points scored, first downs, and rushing yards.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin responded to chants from fans calling for the firing of offensive coordinator Matt Canada. Despite the struggles of the Steelers’ offense this season, Tomlin appreciated the passion of the fans and acknowledged the need for improvement. The Steelers’ offense has been slow, averaging only 9.5 points per game and a league-low 12 first downs. Quarterback Kenny Pickett has struggled, completing just 60.5 percent of his passes, and the team has ranked near the bottom of the league in total offense. The Steelers have a chance to turn things around against the Las Vegas Raiders in their next game.Read more at The Messenger
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