Steelers found offensive identity against the Raiders, scoring 23 points.

Rebounded from a 12-point performance against the Browns.

Fans booed offensive coordinator Matt Canada, raising questions about coach Mike Tomlin.

Tomlin dismissed intangibles, emphasizing a pragmatic approach.

Tomlin had challenged the team before the Raiders game, and they responded.

Quarterback Kenny Pickett had his first multi-touchdown NFL game.

Steelers improved their running game and introduced play-action.

Continued offensive progress is crucial to please fans this season.

Next game against the Houston Texans on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.

Steelers striving to maintain their offensive momentum.