1. The Offense Still is out of Sync
Last week it was better, but this week the offense seemed to go back to it’s plodding ways, and not being able to convert third downs (4-of-11) was another factor in the setback.
The team is still trying hard to get Le’Veon Bell going, but it was much like week one against the Browns watching him run into the line and go nowhere.
On the day Bell ran for 61 yards on 15 carries, not enough to make a huge impact. As for Ben, he was 22-for-39 for 235 yards, and again was high it seemed on a lot of passes.
The team keeps saying that the offense will come together, but if they don’t next week in Baltimore, this early 2-0 start is quickly going to turn into 2-2.
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