5 adjustments Steelers need to make after loss to Texans

At 2-2, the Steelers have plenty of time to make changes
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4. Make the offense less obvious and predictable

Through four weeks, it has become easy for opposing defenses to guess when the Steelers are going to run the football. What's funny, though, is that there are also obvious situations where the Steelers should run the ball and they don't. That's been one of the biggest gripes among fans if you look around social media.

Firing Canada is the first step, but this offense needs a complete renovation as a whole. They have become predictable on many levels after looking like a different unit throughout the preseason.

5. Be even more purposeful with speedsters

The Steelers seem to have a distinct loyalty to Najee Harris, but this is an offense that needs more explosiveness. Continuing to give the ball to Jaylen Warren is a must, because he brings a totally different element than Harris does.

If the offense can find ways to get Warren the ball in more creative ways, and in space, they will see growth, no doubt. Of course, there's also Calvin Austin who brings that type of dynamic to the group. Getting Austin the ball in space and in more creative ways should be a top priority. This goes along with being less predictable too, of course.