In a surprising announcement, the Pittsburgh Steelers have let go of their offensive coordinator Matt Canada. Head coach Mike Tomlin expressed gratitude for Canada’s hard work and dedication but wished him the best in his future endeavors. It is not yet clear who will be taking over Canada’s duties, but rumors suggest that quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan and running backs coach Eddie Faulkner are set to step up.
The Steelers have been struggling with their offense this season, leaving fans frustrated and demanding change. Quarterback Kenny Pickett has not shown significant improvement in his second season, and the team has struggled to move the ball week after week. Despite these struggles, the Steelers are still in contention for the AFC playoffs and are expected to face some crucial games in the coming weeks.
Tomlin recognized that a better offense was essential to winning these critical games and made the bold decision to make a change. With Canada’s departure, it remains to be seen who will take on the responsibility of calling offensive plays moving forward. However, one thing is certain – the Steelers will need to improve their offense if they want to make a deep run into the playoffs.