The Pittsburgh Steelers’ season ends in disappointment as they miss the postseason in dramatic fashion. Now, the front office has big decisions to make on the future of the coaching staff.
From Mike Tomlin to Joey Porter and everyone in between, the Steelers’ coaching staff needs to be evaluated. Fans have been calling for change all season and after missing the playoffs, these changes should be considered.
The next month is going to be interesting as Pittsburgh relieves coaching duties and looks to add new staff members. It’s not like them to change things up, but after a season like this it’s needed. This team has enough talent to be a top team in the NFL and continues to fall short. Something needs to happen to take them to the next level, starting with the coaching staff.
No one is safe this offseason. There are options to replace every member of the coaching staff and each member needs to be considered a part of the problem. That doesn’t mean it’s time to clean house but it’s certainly time to see fresh faces in a few places.
It’s time to see how close each coach is to being removed. No changes will be made right away but by the time the end of the postseason rolls around Pittsburgh will let someone, or a few people, go.
We’ll check out where each coach will be by the end of the offseason and if any replacement options are already available. It’s time to give the fans and the team coaches they deserve.