Matt Canada brutally roasted by disgruntled Steelers fan on Redfin house sale listing

This house listing description that includes a jab at Matt Canada will make you laugh out loud.
Pittsburgh Steelers, Matt canada
Pittsburgh Steelers, Matt canada / Justin K. Aller/GettyImages

We've thought we have seen it all at this point. Since starting down a disappointing path back in 2021, Matt Canada has found a way to get roasted by Pittsburgh Steelers fans in all sorts of ways. Over the summer, a clever fan actually brought a toilet seat to Steelers training camp in Latrobe and somehow convinced Canada himself to sign it.

Now we have just witnessed one of the greatest roasts of an NFL coach that you will ever see: through a real estate listing.

A Steelers fan in the North Hills district of Pittsburgh recently listed their home for sale. The house not only comes equipped with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths with 1,412 square feet, it's also apparently within viewing distance of mediocrity.

This fan absolutely blasts Matt Canada in the 'About this home' description of the house listing on Redfin.

"Beautiful single family home located in the North Hills School district, conveniently located to Downtown, McKnight Rd and Acrisure Stadium. This home features a half bath on the first floor, living room, updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a dining area. This leads out to a private level back yard equipped with a fire pit to enjoy these cool fall nights. Or if you prefer you can use the wood burning fire place in the family room to keep warm as you watch Matt Canada and the Steelers score 12 points a game. All 3 bedrooms and the full bathroom are located upstairs while the washer and dryer is located in the basement along with additional storage. Many updates including new roof, windows and AC have occurred over the past several years making sure you'll love this home almost as much as the Steelers love the jet sweep."

Home owner, via Redfin

Just when we thought Matt Canada had received the worst of it, our eyes were opened to something like this. With the internet at their fingertips, football fans have found new ways to express their frustration with their favorite team.

This is an actual listing as well, and the clever description is about to draw many viewers to check out this house on Redfin. What will they think of next?

It's not hard to see why so many fans have been enraged by the quality of play from Pittsburgh's offense this season. This year under the direction of Matt Canada, the Steelers are averaging just 15.8 points per game, but only 12.4 per contest have come from the offense (the rest came on defensive and special teams scores). The Steelers are currently 30th in the NFL in both points per game and yards per game.

At some point, a deranged fan is going to cross the line of what is acceptable, but this house listing description is pretty fantastic. Go check it out for yourself.