In a division that has lost half of its starting quarterbacks to season-ending injuries over the past week, the Pittsburgh Steelers — with a healthy Kenny Pickett — may be the AFC North offense riddled with the most question marks.
In Sunday’s 13-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns, the Steelers offense mustered up just 249 total yards — 74 of which came on a Jaylen Warren touchdown scamper. Pickett completed 15-of-28 passes for a putrid 106 yards, connecting with No. 1 receiver Diontae Johnson for less 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 showing and advising « They need to look themselves in the mirror as an offense.”