Found September 20, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

In order to avoid a 0-3 start, The Pittsburgh Steelers plan to use new tactics to get their second-to-last overall offense moving on Sunday night at home against the Chicago Bears. “I’m not happy with anything right now,” said offensive coordinator Todd Haley on Thursday, per Ed 

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  • Getting Miller back will be a big boost, and Felix Jones starting means the best all around back will be on the field. Two upgrades at skilled positions. Things should open up a bit, and while I would not say that this is a must win it is crucial to show that they can move the ball and score points. While the dismal performance lingers in everyone's mind everything should be good with a win.
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