The Pittsburgh Steelers are not happy with Matt Canada, and today they decided to make history.
The Steelers ownership has fired Matt Canada making him the first in-season firing of a coach or a coordinator since 1941.
Mike Tomlin dropped the news:
“Matt Canada has been relieved of his duties as offensive coordinator. I appreciate Matt’s hard work and dedication, and I wish him the best moving forward in his career,” Tomlin said.
The Steelers have not said who will call the plays, but at this point it cannot get any worse than what they have.
Kenny Pickett looks marginal as a quarterback, and he has struggled mightily. The Steelers have a tough game this week against the banged up Bengals, but this would be a nice way to get the team back rolling with an absent Joe Burrow on the schedule. We will see if the Steelers can turn it around.