For three seasons now, I've pleaded my case to anyone that would listen: fire Bruce Arians. And now I'm going to do so one last time. The people that support Bruce Arians are going to point to several reasons why he should not be fired such as: He was the offensive coordinator in 2008 when the Steelers won the Super Bowl.
Ben Roethisberger likes him.
In 2009 his offense had aáquarterbackáthrow for over 4,000 yards, two recievers go over 1,000 yards recieving, and a running back have over 1,000 yards rushing.
I can state my opinions, as I often have, about how Arians' offense is very predictable and unbalanced. Or about how I feel that he doesn't maximize his players' strengths. Or about how he doesn't make adjustments. Or about how subborn he is about certain plays su ...
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