What panic? Roethlisberger trying to stay upbeat as Steelers struggle to score

Ben Roethlisberger says he's nowhere close to pushing the panic button even with the Steelers struggling to score points.

Pittsburgh has scored just three offensive touchdowns over the last 10 quarters. Finishing drives is a major problem. The Steelers are sixth in total offense but 23rd in points, averaging just 20.7 per game.

Roethlisberger defended offensive coordinator Todd Haley's play calling, saying it's up to the players to do a better job of executing. The quarterback says confidence remains high even if Pittsburgh (3-3) is in last place in the AFC North heading into Monday night's game against Houston.


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