What life was like the last time Matt Canada ran a good offense

Offensive coordinator Matt Canada of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks on during the game against the Tennessee Titans at Acrisure Stadium on November 2, 2023 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. - Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images

Matt Canada's last game at Pitt was November 26, 2016. The following is an incomplete list of ways in which the world has changed since the last time he ran a good offense:

Obama was still President.

Drew Brees led the league in passing yards.

LeBron was on the Cavs.

Mary Tyler Moore and Bill Paxton were still alive.

Sean Miller was coaching at Arizona and not under investigation for corruption

"This Is Us" was only 10 episodes in to its 106 episode reign of emotional terror. Justin Hartley (who played Kevin, whose character was conceived after Super Bowl XIV) got married, divorced, and remarried again in that time span.

"2 Broke Girls" was still airing new episodes.

Matt Murray was still considered a good goalie at that point, and MAF was still on the Pens.

Jarvis Jones was still on the Steelers

The #1 Billboard song was "Black Beatles" by Rae Sremmurd.

the highest grossing movie that year was "Captain America: Civil War."

Mark Trumbo led MLB in home runs. David Ortiz led the majors in OPS.

Gerrit Cole was still a Pirate.

Mac Miller was still alive.

Harvey Weinstein hadn't yet been arrested.

Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn were still dating.

"Bones" was still airing original episodes on FOX.

Tom Petty was still alive.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" hadn't been released

The Nintendo Switch had not yet been released.

Dan Rooney was still alive.

"Spider-man: Homecoming" hadn't come out yet.

"Despacito" by Luis Fonsi hadn't come out yet.

Chris Cornell was still alive.

Don Rickles was still alive

Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa got married and divorced.

Nick Cannon had only two children. (He's up to 11.)

31 of 32 teams have replaced their starting QB.

Stan Lee was still alive.

Carrie Fisher was still alive.

"Feel It Still" by Portugal, The Man hadn't been released.

George Michael was still alive.

"Dunkirk" hadn't come out yet.

Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was still alive.

Mark Helfrich was the head coach of Oregon. Willie Taggart, Mario Cristobal and Dan Lanning have been head coach of the Ducks since then.

"Shape of You" by Ed Sheeran hadn't come out yet.

Josh Duhamel and Fergie were still married.

Hugh Freeze hadn't been fired from Ole Miss for using the school's plane to visit escorts.

John Cena and Nikki Bella were still dating.

"A Quiet Place" hadn't come out yet.

Bruno Sammartino was still alive.

"Believer" by Imagine Dragons hadn't been released.

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