• Steelers working to figure out offensive woes

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 17, 2013
    Steelers coach Mike Tomlin accentuated both the positive and the negative, although clearly there was much more of the latter coming from the Steelers' 20-10, “Monday Night Football” loss in Cincinnati. In their opener, the Steelers lost to Tennessee, 16-9 at Heinz Field. In addition to wanting more points, Tomlin also is looking for better offensive line play out of tackles Marcus Gilbert and Mike Adams, saying, "They need improvement in terms of their quality of play like a lot of us," he said.
    • Tomlin says offense to blame for slow start

      Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on Tuesday pinned the blame on his club's unproductive offense as the primary reason for an 0-2 start.
      Source: ESPN.com

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