Steelers OC Matt Canada on his critics: ‘I don’t read anything. That would be very unhealthy’

According to Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Matt Canada, he believes this is the week we see the Steelers offense fixed. At least this is what he said on Friday when he addressed the media.

The Steelers take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and Philadelphia has one of the best defenses in the league. Despite that and despite how poorly this group has played, Canada has his usual relentless optimism.

Canada also address his critics and said he knows the media isn’t fond of him. He noted he doesn’t read anything about himself because it would be unhealthy. But he does have people who care about him and keep him up to speed on what is being said.

According to Canada, the offense is still a work in progress but is this acceptable? This group had months to get on the same page and sort out an identity before the season began. How is the season two months old and the offensive coordinator still can’t unravel the mystery of why things aren’t working?


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Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire