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Steelers Take Massive Step Toward Change

The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't ignoring their fans.

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers just made their first step toward fixing their glaring problem. No drastic decisions will be made, and Week 3 isn't the time they'll be firing - or benching - anyone. But they're finally listening. 

When Acrisure Stadium filled with "Fire Canada" chants as the defense led the team to a Week 2 victory over the Cleveland Browns, the Steelers listened. It was like the final straw in two years of screaming fans begging for the team to fix a problem everyone saw. 

Firing Matt Canada might not be the answer. And the Steelers aren't going to do anything rash until they need to. But they took their first step in solving the problem. 

This organization preaches family, and the biggest part of that family are those who wear black and gold jerseys in the stands. The fans mean everything to the Pittsburgh franchise, and they aren't going to ignore them when they're asking for change. 

"Knee-jerk decisions" will have to wait. For now, though, the ball is finally moving toward success. 

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