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Joe Starkey’s mailbag: Are the Steelers closer to 5-11 or 11-5?

Joe Starkey’s mailbag: Are the Steelers closer to 5-11 or 11-5? | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette >> 0; var thisArg = arguments.length >= 2 ? arguments[1] : void 0; for (var i = 0; i this.length) { return false; } else { return this.indexOf(search, start) !== -1; } }; }else{ console.log(“DON’T POLYFILL INCLUDES”); } ]]> <![CDATA[ pgStoryZeroJSON = {“status”:”ok”,”articles”:[{“storyID”:”202102020097″,”title”:”Joe Starkeyu2019s mailbag: Are the Steelers closer to 5-11 or 11-5?”,”subTitle”:””,”deckline”:””,”kicker”:””,”teaser”:””,”teaserTitle”:””,”byCredit”:”0″,”author”:”By Joe Starkey / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette”,”endStory”:””,”commentsEnabled”:true,”commentsCloseDate”:””,”contentModified”:”Tue, 02 Feb 2021 09:48:24 -0500″,”rights”:”0″,”pubDate”:”Tue, 02 Feb 2021 09:48:24 -0500″,”expirationDate”:”Sun, 31 Dec 0000 19:00:00 -0500″,”body”:”Welcome to Joe Starkey’s mailbag, where the Post-Gazette columnist and 93.7 The Fan radio host answers your questions about sports, life, Lee Lacy and everything in between. If you want to ask Joe a question, tweet him @JoeStarkey1 or email him at jstarkey@post-gazette.com. On to the questions …nFrankie J Ryan, @Frankie32110332: Are the Steelers closer to 11-5 or 5-11?n

Starkey: I still say “closer to” 11-5, Dr. Frankie32110332, although 9-7 would qualify there, and these coaching machinations are leaving me awfully cold. I mean, your offense was the problem, so you promote twice from within?n

Alabama has a more impressive coaching staff than the Steelers at the moment — certainly as far as primary assistants on offense. They really do.n

What would rather start with …n

Head coach: Nick Sabann

Offensive coordinator: Bill O’Brienn

Line coach: Doug Marronen

Or …n

Head coach: Mike Tomlinn

Offensive coordinator: Matt Canadan

Line coach: Adrian Klemmn

Isn’t the NFL supposed to be where proven coaches go, and the college game where they’re more liable to train on the job? The Steelers have now promoted two men who’ve never performed their current job at the NFL level. That doesn’t mean they can’t do it. Everybody starts somewhere. I’m just a bit perplexed.n

And what happened to the idea of hiring an offensive line coach before the coordinator? How many people turned the Steelers down, by the way, for line coach? I just wonder.n

Seems to me you now have two possible figurehead coordinators, as well, in Canada and Keith Butler. Tomlin is the actual defensive coordinator, and Ben might be the actual offensive coordinator.n

I’m a Matt Canada fan, but if you go back and watch what he was doing in his magnificent 2016 season at Pitt, I’m not sure it translates to an NFL situation where the quarterback is a statue who loves to do his own thing.n

In that 43-42 win over Clemson, a lot of the misdirection stuff was predicated on the fact that Nate Peterman — while hardly Michael Vick — was at least a threat to run, or at least move around a ton.n

One touchdown play was a fake jet sweep to James Conner and an inside pitch to fullback George Aston. Or was it tight end Scott Orndoff? I can’t remember. Canada used both extensively.n

Another was a touchdown pass to Conner on which Peterman took a shotgun snap, then faked a few steps toward the line, then backed up and winged it down the right sideline.n

Peterman spent a good portion of that day behind center and ran a ton of play action. Will Ben want to do that? Pitt used all kinds of players in pre-snap motion, too, including switching the tackles. It was unreal. Fun to watch, for sure. But how does all this translate?n

I’m a little skeptical — maybe a lot — as to whether the Canada-Roethlisberger marriage will work.n

Still, I believe when you start with a defense that will feature T.J. Watt, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Devin Bush and presumably two very good players up front (Cam Heyward, Stephon Tuitt) — even if those players were dominated in the playoff game against Cleveland — you should have a winning season. I still believe Roethlisberger can play.n

In other words, I still see this team as closer to 11-5 than 5-11 — but 9-7 would qualify. Right?n

Riley, @HolsingerRiley: How long do you think it will take for Patrick Mahomes to be put in the greatest of all time argument?n

Starkey: I think he’s already there, Dr. Holsinger, depending on how one phrases said argument. If the question is, which quarterback, in his prime, would you choose to win a single game, then Mahomes would absolutely be in the conversation.n

But if it’s who had the greatest career of all-time, then he obviously needs more years.n

OK, quick timeout here. Let’s go to our intergalactically popular Twitter poll. This week’s question: Bring back Fleury?n

Nearly 1,300 people voted in my two-hour poll. Nearly 64% said yes, by all means, bring him back.n

What we learned: Well, we already knew Fleury was kind of popular here, although I thought the number would be closer to 90 percent. So maybe we learned that more people believe in Tristan Jarry than I though.n

I think Fleury would send a jolt of electricity through the locker room and provide an upgrade in goal, where the Penguins have been as bad as anybody this side of Matt Murray & Co. in Ottawa. Fleury is 3-0 and has stopped 58 of 61 shots.n

Obviously, this would be easier said than done. Kevin Allen, long-time hockey scribe, told me last week he believes Vegas will trade Fleury, although it would clearly be to their advantage to have an insurance plan behind, and next to, Robin Lehner.n

There would also be cap complications. I get it. But the idea itself makes almost too much sense. I think it would change the Penguins’ season.n

Lisa Nath, @PensFan12345678: I read that the Steelers have the smallest coaching staff in the NFL. Is that Tomlin’s choice or do the Steelers limit him? And what coaches do other teams have that the Steelers don’t ? Do you think the small staff hurts the team ?n

Starkey: Thank you for the question, Dr. Nath. This is the most recent story I have seen on that subject, indicating that you are correct.n

However, I would not value quantity over quality. I tend to think teams have too many coaches, to be honest. It gets to the point of being ridiculous. I lean toward quality — and that would be my major concern with this staff. See first question and answer above.n

Richard Bellotti, @unclewig: Hi Joe, Steelers question please. Who wins their Seventh SuperBowl first? The Steelers or the Patriots?n

Starkey: Patriots.n

Jeremy Betz, @jebetz1993: Is Canada going to be able to run his offense with an aged Big Ben, or does Ben limit what Canada will be able to call?n

Starkey: Please see above. Canada will absolutely be limited.n

Doc Kanuch, @njkanuch: Create the best Pirate rotation of pitchers who have appeared in a uniform post-1994.n

Starkey: Gerrit Cole … Denny Neagle … One-year Oliver Perez … One-year Jameson Taillon … A.J. Burnett.n

I actually love that rotation.n

Chris Mueller, @ChrisMuellerPGH: Compile your dream four-piece band: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals (optional if your vocalist is also great enough to play an instrument).n

Starkey: Thank you, Mullsy, for hijacking the mailbag. This is the only thing people wanted to talk about. It’s actually a great question. I’ll present several answers.n

First mine:n


Vocals: Pinkn

Guitar: John Mayern

Drums: Doesn’t mattern

Bass: Doesn’t matternn

Now to the rest of yinz …n

CoalitionOfTheDecent< @oaklandzoo22:n


Drums: Neil Peartn

Bass: Geddy Leen

Guitar: Alex Lifesonn

Vocals: Also Geddy Leen

Oh well.. I just re-created Rush.nn

Bryan Tinsley, @Bryan_10s:n


Going to take a different spin and do current newer bands:n

Vocals: JJ Grey (JJ Grey and Mofro)n

Guitar: Tash Neal (London Souls)n

Bass: Garrett Sayers (The Motet)n

Drums: Isaac Teel (Tauk)nn

412, @PITTnation1:n


Drums: Bonzon

Guitar: Hendrixn

Bass: Les Claypooln

Vocals: Freddie Mercurynn

Kevin Finnerty, @Swagman_79:n


Vocals: David Byrnen

Bass: Paul McCartneyn

Drums: Stuart Copelandn

Guitar: Tom Morellon

Feel like there would be some good prog rock to come out of thatnn

Tim Thomas, @TimThom25183653:n


Guitar: Bruce Springsteenn

Drums: Keith Moonn

Bass: Getty Leen

Vocal: Steve Perry.nn

Steelers Takeaways, @PittsburghSportn


Drums: Neal Peartn

Lead Gutar: Eddie Van Halenn

Vocals: Robert Plantn

Bass: Victor Wootennn

Mark Darragh, @MarkDarragh5: Jeff Beck, guitar. John Entwistle, bass. Neil Peart, drums. John Lennon, vocalsn

Mark Cerny, @IamCern: Is it true that Pittsburgh sports fans are never happy unless they are unhappy? By the look of twitter, that appears to be the case.n



  1. Is anybody really happy, Mark?n
  2. Stay off Twitter. It’ll do wonders for your health.nn

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