In a division that has misplaced half of its beginning quarterbacks to season-ending accidents over the previous week, the Pittsburgh Steelers — with a wholesome Kenny Pickett — could be the AFC North offense riddled with probably the most query marks.
In Sunday’s 13-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns, the Steelers offense mustered up simply 249 whole yards — 74 of which got here on a Jaylen Warren landing scamper. Pickett accomplished 15-of-28 passes for a putrid 106 yards, connecting with No. 1 receiver Diontae Johnson for lower than three completions for the second consecutive week (two receptions for 16 yards).
After the loss, franchise legend Ben Roethlisberger took to his podcast, “Footbahlin,” to air out his grievances with Pittsburgh’s lackluster exhibiting and advising “They should look themselves within the mirror as an offense.”