Pittsburgh Steelers

Definition of Our Season in One Play (Bruce Arians Is a GENIUS)

CLEVELAND - SEPTEMBER 28:  Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians of the Cleveland Browns talks to quarterbacks Tim Couch #2, Nate Hybl #8, and Kelly Holcomb #10 during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 28, 2003 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Bengals defeated the Browns 21-14.  (Photo by Phil Long/Getty Images)
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Steve SmithContributor IDecember 12, 2009

The definition of our season is in one play.

We had a 3rd and 1 after two Mendenhall runs that netted 9 yards. So what does our genius Offensive Coordinator do:

We go Spread in the shotgun and our QB gets sacked for a loss.

You think the Browns saw that one coming?

The Steeler offense under Bruce Arians has looked pathetically predictable which is why other teams (Yes, even KC, Oakland, and now Cleveland) can make our offense look bad and make their Defense look stellar.

Oh well there is always next year!

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