On Sunday, the Steelers suffered a 13-10 loss in Cleveland. Despite having a solid defense, it was once again the team’s offense that proved to be their downfall. In the first half, Pittsburgh was unable to score any points, and even after tying the game 10-10 with a field goal in the second half, their offense only managed to gain nine yards on two fourth-quarter possessions.
During a press conference in the locker room after the game, running back Najee Harris expressed his frustration with the unit’s performance. He suggested that the offense is too predictable and opposing defenses can anticipate their plays. Harris also hinted at deeper issues contributing to their poor performances on the field.
Harris’ comments indicate that changes are necessary for the team to remain competitive. Despite the loss, the Steelers are currently 6-4 and are still in contention for playoff spots in the AFC. However, if they continue to struggle with their offense, they may find it difficult to maintain their position in the standings.