The Steelers suffered a 13-10 loss to the Browns on Sunday, with their offense once again being the primary cause of defeat. In the first half, Pittsburgh failed to score any points, and despite tying the game at 10-10 in the second half with a field goal, the offense only gained 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 team’s offense. He suggested that their plays are too predictable, allowing opposing defenses to anticipate their moves. 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 as they currently sit at 6-4 and are still in contention for playoff spots in the AFC. Despite this loss, it is clear that Harris and his teammates are determined to improve and turn things around before it’s too late.