It's still awful. The only time the offense looks like a pro-offense is between the 30's. Once they get inside the 30, it almost feels like a completely different person is calling the plays. It's strange to me. The penalties, the dropped passes and inaccurate passes at that point of the field don't help, but the play-calling flow inside the 30 isn't nowhere what it is at the midfield. Said it in another thread, I don't mind doing jet sweeps, I'd just like to see them used in a more unpredictable manner with DJ or Pickens. I think the play-calling looks better is because there's a true commitment to the running game and that the running game is working. This is limiting Pickett's passing reps and allowing him to be a game manager. We're seeing Pickett grow in this more limited role. This is building a solid foundation to build upon; this is building an identity; and ultimately, this is progress. Due to progress, the Steelers got back-to-back wins for the first time this season. I'm wondering this as well. Since the Bye Week, there has been a significant change in what Tomlin wants this offense to be. Pickett's average passes per game in his first four starts is significantly higher than it has been the past 4 games.