Mike Tomlin has said that he needs to see improvement from the Pittsburgh Steelers during their third game of the pre-season.
The AFC North side, who have lost their opening two contests, host the Kansas City Chiefs this evening.
The head coach told the team's website: "More than anything, it's the time when we break camp and get back into our normal preparation environment at our practice facility to establish some rhythm from that standpoint.
"There were areas where we got better, and there were areas where we didn't. The bottom line is we need to take a significant step tonight against the Kansas City Chiefs.
"We're running out of time in terms of preparation for the regular season, and some of the sloppiness that has dogged us through the first two pre-season games, being highly penalised, turning the ball over, have to disappear and disappear quickly."
The Steelers will also play the Carolina Panthers before the start of the regular season.