Steelers have one more shot to ‘unleash hell’ in December
It's been a long December, and while the Pittsburgh Steelers haven't unleashed Hell, another opportunity awaits.
Pittsburgh is hosting an Indianapolis Colts team that has been 6-2 since week 7. The Steelers have not played in the comfortable Heinz Field seat since their first loss of the season.
And while the Steelers are 1-3 this December, they have a chance to make up for their losses - a triumph over the Colts would earn them the AFC North, which they haven't done since 2017.
It's unfortunate that a team that started 11-0 has not yet won the division. At a time when the Steelers should play their best football, they play worst. They peaked at the start of the season and are now in a downward spiral, as evidenced by their three-game skid in which opponents exposed the offense for what it really is - unimaginative, rigid plans that fool no one.
Let's just hope that offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner has a few tricks up his sleeve and that his unit can perform them successfully. Because if the scheme stays the same, the Steelers will be directed to the playoffs of a wild card team, and they will be after a historic start to the 2020 season.
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