Steelers QB Mitch Trubisky admits his decision-making left much to be desired against the Patriots

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The Steelers offense has been sputtering so far this season as they are third-last in the NFL in terms of total yards.

On Sunday they lost 17-14 to the Patriots, in a game where there were opportunities to strike but the decision-making just wasn't up to the task. Trubisky was the first to admit that his calls were not up to scratch and is something he will be focusing on ahead of the Browns game on Thursday night. "I think there were some missed opportunities, just a couple of better decisions by me and giving our playmakers more of a chance so looking to fix that this week," Trubisky told the media. "I could take more opportunities down the field and that's where we can get our playmakers the football so I think better decision-making and taking those opportunities for sure. "It's there, we had our opportunities, I think earlier I can take shots downfield. I could look for 14 (George Pickens) more often, he's doing a great job for us and I've just got to get these playmakers the football. "Whatever route they're running I've just got to get them the ball so it comes down to me making better decisions, being aggressive, and putting ourselves in that position."

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