The Pittsburgh Steelers have one of the best head coaches in business.
They also boast an elite defense anchored by one of the most disruptive defensive players of all time.
But their offense, despite having some solid pieces, continues to hold them back more often than not.
That’s why former Steelers superstar Antonio Brown took to Twitter and offered himself to replace Matt Canada as Offensive Coordinator (via JPA Football).
Former #Steelers star WR Antonio Brown wants to replace Matt Canada as the Steelers offensive coordinator 😂
— JPAFootball (@jasrifootball) September 24, 2023
The former star wideout explained that he’d do a better job than Canada because he’s an offensive skill player, so he’d know how to put the offensive players in a better position to succeed.
He also called him out for the fact that the offense scored just six points in four quarters in Game 2.
Truth be told, the fact that some people would even think that Brown could do a better job than Canada speaks volumes of how terrible their offensive schemes, game-planning, and execution have been with him at the helm.
As erratic as his behavior has been for years now, some fans could easily jump on board with the idea of Brown replacing Canada.
Canada’s issues go all the way back to the Ben Roethlisberger era, and it has now become evident that it’s not a matter of personnel.
The Steelers have a lot going their way and they could be a legitimate Super Bowl contender sooner rather than later, but they need to do something with their one-dimensional, predictable, and often stagnant offense; the sample size is big enough already.NEXT: Steelers Plane Makes Emergency Landing In Kansas City After Leaving Las Vegas