The Steelers offense finds a way to consistently put up 25 point or more
Even though the black and gold's offense ended their season on a good note last year, there was still a lot left to be desired from that group. They have added a good number of talented players to hopefully spark higher scoring numbers in 2023. Matt Canada is back as the offensive coordinator for this upcoming campaign and that will leave a lot of fans sighing in disappointment.
Not every single issue from the offense could be blamed on Canada, but he was a big part of their short comings. Having a second-year quarterback and a lot of upgrades at receiver and the offensive line leaves little excuse for the coordinator. This upcoming season might not be perfect, but it should see a nice steady level of improvement shown.
Fans are not asking for perfection, even though they do struggle to appreciate a good offensive attack when it's there. It is unlikely that this will be the best offense in the NFL, but a reasonable dream scenario might be this offense somehow putting up a consistent attack of 25 points or more per game. Hopefully, that is not too much to ask.
Even if the Steelers offense was able to apply more than 21 points on the board per game, that would seem like a vast improvement from last year. Fans should be expecting more from this group as they are much improved on paper and Kenny Pickett should progress in year two. One should dream of a day when Pittsburgh adds a lot of points on the board without too many stops against them.