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The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive attack hasn't exactly set the world on fire through the first three weeks of the NFL season.
And among the chief area of concern for the team amongst the fan base and pundits alike not only is the play of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, but the play calling of offensive coordinator Matt Canada. He's come under careful scrutiny from fans and pundits alike, and is even dealing with rumors that his own team would like to see him given the pink slip.
However, Canada has a message for his team, and it sounds like they're going to be sticking to their current course of action as the Steelers try to navigate through the storm.
"We're going to continue to clean things up and stick together," Canada said. "Everybody wants to win, everybody wants the ball, this is an emotional game - violent game played by violent men, and you have to make plays at the right time, and we all have our part in that. As long as we keep doing our job, it's going to come around. We have great faith in that."
"Over the long haul, with all the skill we have and all the players we have and all the talent we have, we're going to get in the right place at the right time.
"Never soon enough as we stand here right now, coming off two losses, it hadn't happened, but I have great faith it will. Just going to keep working at it."
The Steelers are back in action at home on Sunday when they host the New York Jets.