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Letter to the editor: Steelers coaches need to go

| Wednesday, December 5, 2018 10:03 a.m

As I have said for the last few years, the Steelers coaching staff needs to go. Steelers fans will never again see Pittsburgh in a Super Bowl if this coaching staff stays.

The Green Bay Packers have had enough with their coach, and he is gone. The Steelers head office should give fans a Christmas gift of a complete new coaching staff.

Also, I believe it’s time to put Joshua Dobbs and Mason Rudolph in the game to see if they can do better.

Carl Felton

Columbus, Ohio

The writer is a Seward native.

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