The Pittsburgh Steelers were served a fresh slice of humble pie on Sunday afternoon courtesy of the Houston Texans.
Our own beat writer Alan Saunders summed up the day perfectly, stating that the team not only got outplayed but they were also thoroughly out-coached. New Texans offensive coordinator Bobby Slowik picked up right where his mentor Kyle Shanahan left off a couple of weeks ago and thrashed the Steelers defense. With two ugly outings against similar offensive schemes, this is certainly a trend worth monitoring given that these concepts are spreading like wildfire around the league. How did a brand-new offensive coordinator put up 30 points with a rookie quarterback, third-string offensive lineman and without any household names for skill players?
Let’s find out.