In Week 3's game against the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers struggled in the second half, which proved to be the game's turning point.

The third quarter mistakes made by the Steelers stopped offensive drives and shifted momentum in Cleveland's favour, resulting in a 29-17 Browns victory.

The Steelers had two main worries before their Week 3 matchup with Cleveland on Thursday night.

The first was that they needed to increase their meagre offense's scoring production.

The second challenge was slowing down Cleveland's league-best rushing assault.

Steelers struggled alot due to the absence of TJ Watt since 2021.

On Thursday, for one-half of the day, During the first 30 minutes, their offensive looked just like what many supporters expected when Matt Canada took over as coordinator.

Canada arrived in Pittsburgh with a reputation for creating innovative play ideas, deceptive shifts and moves, quarterback runs, and pocket movement.

The Steelers were unable to repeat their early success in the second half, as a sequence of errors doomed their possessions in the third and early fourth quarters, resulting in a loss.

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