The winless Pittsburgh Steelers have scored just 19 points, an ineffectual offense that includes the 31st-ranked running game and total offense.
"Probably, the most significant of reasons is that we aren't scoring enough points," Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said. "Nineteen points in two football games is not going to win a lot of football in this league. If you would have told me we would have scored 19 points through the first two games, I would have told you we would have had an opportunity to be 0-2."
Is the problem with the offense personnel or the play-calling of offensive coordinator Todd Haley?
Tomlin didn't point fingers.
"There's been a problem with our functioning," Tomlin said. "There's been a problem with our production. There's been a problem with our points. You can point to whatever you want to point to in regards to that, and, obviously, if the plays aren't working well, then we're susceptible to that judgment."
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