Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Matt Canada is the latest in professional sports accused of having an incendiary social media account, with NFL fans participating in the ‘investigation’
NFL fans turned amateur social media sleuths believe they may have discovered the alleged secret account of Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
A “clone account” is a social media profile created anonymously by individuals who wish to keep their online activities and opinions separate from their real identity. The concept gained attention after NBA star Kevin Durant admitted to using it.
Recently, there have been rumors that Canada may have created an account with the username “DannyFootball77”. Speculation is that the account was used to post comments on Steelers-related social media pages, perhaps to deflect or minimize criticism directed at him.
A social media user, interested in the theory surrounding the Matt Canada Burner account, shared some compelling evidence. The person who was exploring the idea provided convincing evidence to support it.
They explained that they went through a “forgot password” process for the account and discovered that the email address associated with it was the attack coordinator’s first and last name, “@steelers.com.” This revelation raises important questions about her possible connection to Canada and the Pittsburgh Steelers organization. NFL personnel departments and coaching staffs are known to have email addresses that end in @teamnname.nfl.com. The alleged email would not fit these criteria.
Canada’s position as the Steelers’ offensive coordinator could be in jeopardy, especially during the bye week. This is often an appropriate period for teams to evaluate their performance and make necessary adjustments, including possible training changes. Recent comments from head coach Mike Tomlin suggest that changes could be on the horizon, especially regarding the offensive side of the team. The bye week can be a pivotal moment to evaluate and address any issues within the coaching staff.
“Not good enough,” Tomlin described the offensive style of play. “When we don’t play well, and we forget about winning or losing, we start from there. Especially in the early parts of the season. We forget whether you’re playing poorly or losing or not. There’s an element of getting better about it.” Especially in the early parts of the year With the coach making the decision. How do you organize your preparation?
Tomlin discussed the importance of allocating time, preparation and training strategy in response to the outcome of the Houston Texans game. He stressed the need to focus on these aspects in training and decision-making.
Pittsburgh lost 30-6 to the Texans, following the same pattern as its previous games this season. Their lack of offensive consistency can be seen from their first game against the San Francisco 49ers to their first win over Cleveland during the Monday Night Football game in Week 2 and even their relative victory over the Raiders in Week 3.
So far this season, with a 2-2 record, the Steelers have started 12 drives in the first quarter of their first four games. Those drives resulted in just one touchdown, four first downs, four turnovers, and three punts. If you exclude the 72-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Austin against Las Vegas, the other 38 plays on those first quarter drives produced just 49 yards, an average of 1.3 yards per play.