On Sunday, the Steelers suffered a 13-10 loss to the Browns in Cleveland. The team’s offense was once again the main reason for their defeat. In the first half, Pittsburgh failed to score any points, and despite tying the game at 10-10 with a field goal in the second half, they only gained nine yards on two fourth-quarter possessions.
Running back Najee Harris expressed his frustration with the unit’s performance during a press conference in the locker room after the game. 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.
Despite this loss, the Steelers are still 6-4 and are currently in contention for playoff spots in the AFC. However, Harris’ comments suggest that changes are necessary for the team to remain competitive moving forward.