Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator history

Matt Canada

Canada was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2021 season. The team made it to the playoffs one time (2021) and had a 0-1 record under Coach Canada in playoff games.

Randy Fichtner

Fichtner was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2018-2020 seasons, a total of three years. The team made it to the playoffs one time (2020) and had a 0-1 record under Coach Fichtner in playoff games.

Todd Haley

Haley was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2012-2017 seasons, a total of six years. The team made it to the playoffs four times (2014-2017) and had a 3-4 record under Coach Haley in playoff games.

Bruce Arians

Arians was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2007-2011 seasons, a total of five years. Arians' record as the team's offensive coordinator was 55-25-0, making him the second-most successful offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh Steelers history. The team made it to the playoffs four times (2007-2008, 2010-2011) and had a 5-3 record under Coach Arians in playoff games. In 2008, the Pittsburgh Steelers faced off against the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII and the Steelers, under the direction of head coach Mike Tomlin, won 27-23. In 2010, the Pittsburgh Steelers faced off against the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV and the Steelers, under the direction of head coach Mike Tomlin, lost 25-31.

Ken Whisenhunt

Whisenhunt was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2004-2006 seasons, a total of three years. Whisenhunt's record as the team's offensive coordinator was 34-14-0, making him the most successful offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh Steelers history. The team made it to the playoffs two times (2004-2005) and had a 5-1 record under Coach Whisenhunt in playoff games. In 2005, the Pittsburgh Steelers faced off against the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL and the Steelers, under the direction of head coach Bill Cowher, won 21-10.

Mike Mularkey

Mularkey was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2001-2003 seasons, a total of three years. The team made it to the playoffs two times (2001-2002) and had a 2-2 record under Coach Mularkey in playoff games.

Kevin Gilbride

Gilbride was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1999-2000 seasons, a total of two years. Gilbride's record as the team's offensive coordinator was 15-17-0, making him the second-least successful offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh Steelers history.

Ray Sherman

Sherman was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1998 season. Sherman's record as the team's offensive coordinator was 7-9-0, making him the least successful offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh Steelers history.

Chan Gailey

Gailey was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1996-1997 seasons, a total of two years. The team made it to the playoffs two times (1996-1997) and had a 2-2 record under Coach Gailey in playoff games.

Ron Erhardt

Erhardt was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1992-1995 seasons, a total of four years. Erhardt's record as the team's offensive coordinator was 43-21-0, making him the third-most successful offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh Steelers history. The team made it to the playoffs four times (1992-1995) and had a 3-4 record under Coach Erhardt in playoff games. In 1995, the Pittsburgh Steelers faced off against the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX and the Steelers, under the direction of head coach Bill Cowher, lost 17-27.

Joe Walton

Walton was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1990-1991 seasons, a total of two years.

Tom Moore

Moore was the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1983-1989 seasons, a total of seven years. Moore's record as the team's offensive coordinator was 54-57-0, making him the third-least successful offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh Steelers history. The team made it to the playoffs three times (1983-1984, 1989) and had a 2-3 record under Coach Moore in playoff games.


Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator record

Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Matt Canada 2021-2022 9-7-1 55.9% 0-1
Randy Fichtner 2018-2020 29-18-1 61.5% 0-1
Todd Haley 2012-2017 61-35-0 63.5% 3-4
Bruce Arians 2007-2011 55-25-0 68.8% 5-3
Ken Whisenhunt 2004-2006 34-14-0 70.8% 5-1
Mike Mularkey 2001-2003 29-18-1 61.5% 2-2
Kevin Gilbride 1999-2000 15-17-0 46.9% 0-0
Ray Sherman 1998 7-9-0 43.8% 0-0
Chan Gailey 1996-1997 21-11-0 65.6% 2-2
Ron Erhardt 1992-1995 43-21-0 67.2% 3-4
Joe Walton 1990-1991 16-16-0 50.0% 0-0
Tom Moore 1983-1989 54-57-0 48.6% 2-3

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator facts

  • Tom Moore was the first offensive coordinator in Steelers history in 1983.
  • Tom Moore coached the most seasons as the Steelers's offensive coordinator at seven seasons.
  • Matt Canada is the current offensive coordinator, starting ahead of the 2021 season.