Steelers Coaches Reportedly Want 1 Thing From Mitch Trubisky

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It's no secret that Mitch Trubisky has struggled in his first two games with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He is not throwing the ball enough in the field and has also made some bad decisions in the pocket which has resulted in some avoidable sacks.

Going into Thursday night's game against the Browns, the Steelers want Trubisky to take some deep shots,

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

"They (Steelers coaching staff) want him to take advantage of 1-on-1 matchups down the field.

They don't want a dink and dunk defense, they want to take advantage of potentially big attacks," Rapoport said.

"If you're looking at George Pickens, if he's opening the field with a 1-on-1 chance,

If you're looking at Dipante Johnson with a 1-on-1 chance, he paid all this money.

These are the kind of people they want Trubisky to get the ball from."

If Trubisky is able to accomplish this, he'll likely get a long lease as a starting quarterback.

The Steelers are looking to advance 2–0 in AFC North Play after this competition.

Kickoff will happen at 8:15 pm. ET.