STEELERS OFFENCE NOT POINTING FINGERS
PITTSBURGH — Le’Veon Bell chose his words just as the Pro Bowl running back often chooses which hole to run through.
Carefully. Very carefully.
Asked if he had any advice for Pittsburgh Steelers offensive co-ordinator Todd Haley on how to get the ball in the end zone more often for a unit that’s done little to live up to its own sky-high expectations, Bell faked one way and went another.
“I know what ya’ll want me to say,” Bell said. “Ya’ll want me to say, ‘Get me the ball.’ Look, I understand. I just want to go out and get the ‘W.’”
So do the other luminaries on Pittsburgh’s US$92-million offence. At the moment, it’s simply not happening for the Steelers (3-2), who play at unbeaten Kansas City (5-0) on Sunday trying to find something resembling consistency and cohesion.