While you can’t judge a season by four games, if you were to grade the Pittsburgh Steelers after four games of the 2018 season, you would be hard pressed to give them anything over a ‘D.’
Grades aside, the team was simply a mess on Sunday night, a place where they usually dominate, and in front of their home crowd playing their biggest rival, they were defeated – soundly – 26-14.
The loss drops the team to 1-2-1, and if you would have asked any fan what the teams mark would be after the first month of the season, I don’t think many would have told you that – A: they would be under .500, and B: they would be 0-2 at home.
There’s all kinds of blame to go around, so while this won’t be pretty at all, here’s a couple takeaways from the third straight home loss dating back to the playoff nightmare against the Jaguars last season.
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