by National Football Post
December 13, 02009
As our own Michael Lombardi wrote this morning, the Pittsbugh Steelers are expected to make some changes to their offensive coaching staff this off-season.
According to sources close to Lombardi, "there is unhappiness with the lack of commitment to the run game, along with a sense of leadership coming from the offensive side. Too many players have their own agendas and not enough of a team concept. There’s a problem among the players, and the Hines Ward/Ben Roethlisberger problem has not gone away despite the Ward apology."
Pittsburgh is coming off of a 13-6 loss to Cleveland on Thursday night that essentially knocked them out of playoff contention, and have dropped five straight games.