Harris pins Steelers' offensive woes on players: 'Play-calling and all of that is fine'
The Pittsburgh Steelers offense is off to a rough start, averaging 272.7 yards per game to rank 31st in the league.
On Friday, running back Najee Harris commented on what the Steelers' issues are on offense.
"Play-calling and all of that is fine. It's just us executing," Harris said.
Harris later pushed back on the criticism the Steelers are receiving in the media.
"I see (on) social media (and) all that how bad they talk about our O line. But it's not. It's me. We need to just stop focusing on them and focus on me rather. So that's one thing I do want to address.
"You guys come in here and ask questions to all the receivers and all the guys, Mitch, about what's not working. That's not how you build. It's not how you get better. You guys are breaking us up," Harris added.
Harris is averaging 3.2 yards per carry through three games with only 128 total rushing yards.
The Steelers are off to a 1-2 start and will look to even their record on Sunday against the New York Jets.
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