Steelers suffer 13-10 loss in Cleveland on Sunday
On Sunday, the Steelers suffered a 13-10 loss to the Browns in Cleveland. Once again, it was their offense that proved to be the main reason for their defeat. In the first half, Pittsburgh was unable to score any points, and after tying the game 10-10 with a field goal, 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 hinted at deeper issues contributing to their poor performances on the field.
Harris revealed his frustration during a press conference in the locker room after the game. He referred to unseen issues contributing to the team’s struggles and expressed his exhaustion with the situation. When asked about the team’s mentality, Harris chose to focus on his own performance rather than speak for the entire team.
Despite this loss, which leaves them at 6-4, Steelers are still in contention for playoff spots in AFC. However, Harris’ comments indicate that changes are necessary for them to remain competitive.
It remains to be seen whether these changes will happen or not but one thing is certain: The Steelers need to improve their offense if they want to make it all the way to playoffs this season.