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21 first downs, 53 percent efficiency on third down, 331 total net yards
After two weeks, I'll be surprised if anyone is still very critical of how the offense performs under their new coach. The evidence is overwhelming that Haley's system is much better for the Steelers as a team.
The Steelers authored their longest drive in five years in this game. Their dominance in time of possession (36:36 to 23:24) was a big reason that the Jets didn't get many chances in the second half of the game. The Steelers are capable once again of killing the clock to win the game.
The offense has been particularly good in the air so far, with Ben Roethlisberger leading an explosive passing attack that has maximized the team's talented skill players.
The ground game is a work in progress, but Haley has gotten the most out of those players behind an offensive line that just isn't very good right now.
Do you still doubt Haley? If so, leave a comment as to why and also about what he needs to do to prove himself to you.