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Pittsburgh Steelers Fire Underperforming OC Matt Canada After Latest Loss to Browns

Published 11/21/2023, 9:29 AM EST

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The football season has reached its penultimate stage. With playoffs and 2024 draft spots on the line, each game has monumental consequences. And the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Matt Canada, just found out the consequences of underachievement and failures.

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The Steelers have gone 6-4 this season. Last week’s loss against the long-time divisional rivals, the Cleveland Browns, was the final straw for the Steelers’ management. The hammer has come down, and the decision is exactly what the fans were calling for, the firing of Matt Canada.


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The Steelers let go of underperformance


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The Steelers had employed the 51-year-old since 2020. The offensive output of the squad looked unsure at times. And it was more evident this season than any other.


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A positive step from the Steelers, it is not clear who will take up the OC job next. But it shows the commitment from the staff to reach the playoff spots.


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