Steelers Head Coach Not Interested In Making Changes Ahead Of Week 4

The Pittsburgh Steelers just suffered their second straight loss, and while there are many reasons why they've fallen to 1-2 early in the 2022 campaign, one of the biggest has to be the struggles of the offence. It's hard to pin this on one single person, but the fans have certainly zeroed in on Quarterback Mitch Trubisky and Offensive Co-ordinator Matt Canada.

With Kenny Pickett, the No. 20 overall pick from the 2022 NFL Draft waiting in the wings, many fans have a desire to see him start, and after struggling again, fans want to see one or the other gone. So how does Head Coach Mike Tomlin feel about this?

In a press conference after the game, Tomlin said he isn't rushing to make a change, and with 10 days to go until Pittsburgh face off against the somewhat surprisingly tough New York Jets, the topic of conversation certainly won't go away. It's only a matter of time until Tomlin has to make a change to the young Pickett, who reportedly impress in the pre-season and training camp, and unless Pittsburgh struggle against the Jets and fall to 1-3, it appears Trubisky and Canada are the combination for the foreseeable future.

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