The Pittsburgh Steelers have recently announced that they have fired offensive coordinator Matt Canada, as head coach Mike Tomlin made the announcement. Although Tomlin expressed his gratitude towards Canada’s hard work and dedication, he wished him all the best in his future endeavors. It is yet to be officially declared who will be calling the offensive plays from now onwards, but reports suggest that quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan and running backs coach Eddie Faulkner will be taking over these duties.

The Steelers have been struggling with their offense this season, which has left fans demanding a change. Despite having a promising second season, Kenny Pickett has not shown any improvement in terms of performance, and the team has been unable to move the ball effectively from week to week. However, despite these struggles, the Steelers are still in contention for a spot in the AFC playoffs and are expected to play crucial games for the rest of the season.

Tomlin recognized the importance of an effective offense in winning these critical games and made the necessary changes to address ongoing issues.

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