Historically bad, as a matter of fact.
This year’s team is averaging 19.9 points per game. That is the worst since Johnny Major’s 1996 team which averaged 19.5 points per game. In other words, this is Pitt’s worst scoring offense in 23 years.
And yet we still managed to win seven games. The 1996 Johnny Majors team won four.
Not that I’m trying to spin this, because four turnovers, four sacks and zero-for-two on redzone TD’s is squarely on the offense, and it’s completely unacceptable. Throw in a couple more botched goal-to-go series this season and heck we could be staring at 10-2. Continue reading “MMQB – Early Edition – Pitt’s Offense is Bad”