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Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger promises a whole new offense under OC Matt Canada

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Last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers offense became monotonous and predictable and eventually caught up to the team late in the season. But the addition of new offensive coordinator Matt Canada promises lots of changes and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger backed that up when he spoke to the media on Tuesday.

According to Roethlisberger, this season’s offense will be “nothing that you’ve seen in the past.” The Steelers couldn’t get former offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner out the door fast enough when the season was over and if you had any doubts about just how bad he was, look at the fact he is still unemployed.

Canada was brought in last season to be the team’s new quarterbacks coach but everyone understood the long game. Canada was the head coach at the University of Maryland and his philosophy is much more in line with the modern NFL than anything Fichtner ever did. The key will be getting the team up to speed as Roethlisberger noted it is taking extra study time to work everything out.

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