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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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"Tomlin Time?"


          

On the one hand, this loss is more about Todd Haley being insane, and the Steelers defense continuing to be a sham…

But sooner or later, these embarrassing playoff losses add up to something…


And if Ben was thinking about retirement before…and Bell talking about sitting out if he gets tagged…Joe Haden is gonna be done sooner or later

Then consider, outside of wide receiver and offensive line, this team's key players are all veterans; Shazier career probably over. TJ Watt got crowned halfway through the season, faded steadily and was invisible in this game. Dupree hasn't lived up to draft position. Their young corner Burns had a rough game.


The Steelers really needed to get to the SB last year or this year. Now what?

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They never fired Cowher, they aren't firing Tomlin
Jan 14th 2018
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RE: They never fired Cowher, they aren't firing Tomlin
Jan 14th 2018
2
      They shouldn't because good teams don't do that
Jan 14th 2018
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           RE: They shouldn't because good teams don't do that
Jan 14th 2018
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                The Steelers are the model of consistency in coaches
Jan 14th 2018
9
                     RE: The Steelers are the model of consistency in coaches
Jan 14th 2018
18
                          RE: The Steelers are the model of consistency in coaches
Jan 14th 2018
19
                          Ehh... as a lifelong Steeler fan I only half agree with you. I think
Jan 14th 2018
24
The fact that his team kept obsessing over the Patriots
Jan 14th 2018
4
RE: The fact that his team kept obsessing over the Patriots
Jan 14th 2018
6
His decision to go for an onside kick was a terrible call
Jan 14th 2018
7
Unless it converted
Jan 14th 2018
10
True but with two timeouts and the two minute warning
Jan 14th 2018
11
You would think they wouldn't have let up 42 points
Jan 14th 2018
      The Steelers defense gave up 35 points at that time
Jan 14th 2018
14
           Maybe
Jan 14th 2018
15
           Only gave up 14 points in the second half?
Jan 14th 2018
25
No, the call was terrible
Jan 14th 2018
12
Well being in field goal range had a lot to do with a bad onside kick
Jan 14th 2018
13
nah even if they got it it was still terrible
Jan 14th 2018
16
      If the kick went 10+ yards and they didn't get a 5 yard penalty it's not...
Jan 14th 2018
17
           RE: If the kick went 10+ yards and they didn't get a 5 yard penalty it's...
Jan 14th 2018
20
                a conservative team who bitch slapped us with play action all day
Jan 15th 2018
27
No. Giving up 50 points cost them the game
Jan 16th 2018
36
Co-sign FIRE HIS ASS TONIGHT
Jan 14th 2018
8
RE: Co-sign FIRE HIS ASS TONIGHT
Jan 14th 2018
21
His seat is hot as fuck
Jan 14th 2018
22
Only on social media
Jan 14th 2018
23
      nah.. that shit is heating up. I think we will see changes this offseaso...
Jan 15th 2018
28
If Marvin Lewis ain't get fired after all them playoff losses....
Jan 15th 2018
26
I liked the 4th&1 call. I did not like the onsides kick. Credit to JAX
Jan 15th 2018
29
RE: I liked the 4th&1 call. I did not like the onsides kick. Credit to J...
Jan 15th 2018
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who available could do a better job?
Jan 15th 2018
31
aka..."who you bringin in?!?!?" (c)Herm Edwards
Jan 15th 2018
32
Right? Like fire him and bring in who?
Jan 15th 2018
33
no one. barring something crazy...like REALLY crazy...
Jan 16th 2018
37
RE: who available could do a better job?
Jan 16th 2018
40
If Tomlin gets fired, OZZIE will be at his door with in a Purple Limo.
Jan 15th 2018
34
White people don't like Black People ("Owners lobbying to Fire Tomlin")
Jan 16th 2018
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Comment section proves this
Jan 16th 2018
38
      Nope! O_E is a race baiter! (c) These imbeciles
Jan 16th 2018
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RE: Tomlin Time?
Jan 16th 2018
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If this happens
Jan 16th 2018
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RE: If this happens
Jan 16th 2018
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Ben's back | Haley might not be
Jan 17th 2018
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Malarkey, Haley, Shula & on & on & on
Jan 17th 2018
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RE: Malarkey, Haley, Shula & on & on & on
Jan 17th 2018
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      They scored 42 in spite of Haley
Jan 18th 2018
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      RE: They scored 42 in spite of Haley
Jan 18th 2018
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           Todd Haley is good at designing plays
Jan 18th 2018
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                RE: Todd Haley is good at designing plays
Jan 18th 2018
56
      The past 10 seasons of his career.
Jan 18th 2018
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           RE: The past 10 seasons of his career.
Jan 18th 2018
54
                remember when he got ran out of KC
Jan 18th 2018
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                     RE: remember when he got ran out of KC
Jan 18th 2018
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                          It's odd that you're riding for such a bad coach
Jan 18th 2018
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                               RE: It's odd that you're riding for such a bad coach
Jan 18th 2018
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                                    We actually lined up an OL in the slot to run a pass play
Jan 18th 2018
61
                                    Let's also face it, Pittsburgh has lots of weapons
Jan 20th 2018
63
RE: this loss is more about Todd Haley being insane
Jan 17th 2018
46
Official: Haley gone
Jan 17th 2018
47
don't think so
Jan 17th 2018
48
Butler time!!!! Defense has been trash the last 2 playoff losses
Jan 18th 2018
51
Back in 2012
Jan 18th 2018
62
RE: Tomlin Time?
Sep 15th 2019
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They'll be doing him a favor
Sep 16th 2019
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I hope they do fire him, Dan Quinn would love him in Atlanta
Sep 16th 2019
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Losing Ben is the best thing that could happen to Tomlin
Sep 16th 2019
67
You rang??? Lmao.
Nov 11th 2019
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If they end up anywhere near .500, he's Coach of the Year (easily)
Nov 10th 2019
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Shiiieeet. We finishing 10-6. D is dragging the team to the playoffs.
Nov 10th 2019
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Dude is coaching his ass off
Nov 11th 2019
70
The Ultimate Football Guy
Nov 11th 2019
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I’m talking so much shit to Tomlin hating Steeler fans
Nov 11th 2019
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8-5 and currently in the playoffs
Dec 09th 2019
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with the shittiest Steeler team that we've seen in some time.
Dec 09th 2019
75
      Duck ballin out bruh. Rudolph was trash but Duck is that dude.
Dec 09th 2019
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           It's still coaching. Tomlin wasted NO TIME calling the bullpen
Dec 09th 2019
77
my guy has never had a losing season, I wish they would fire him
Dec 09th 2019
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One of the best to ever do it and he is in the beginning of his prime.
Dec 09th 2019
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"Please proceed, Governor."
Oct 26th 2020
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Stupendous upage
Oct 27th 2020
89
Jesus. He may be a HOFer
Oct 26th 2020
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Man this aged bad.....
Oct 26th 2020
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i like how pitt ownership dont really gaf about the fans opinions
Oct 26th 2020
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      Thats not enough for some Steeler fans
Oct 26th 2020
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      Death, Taxes, and Steeler coaches
Oct 26th 2020
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      They shouldn't gaf....
Oct 27th 2020
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           A lot of PA fans are racist AF
Oct 28th 2020
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                Fuck PSU.....
Oct 28th 2020
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                     ^^^
Oct 31st 2020
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"Coolehmag.com is for sale"
Oct 26th 2020
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Lmao
Oct 26th 2020
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Goodness!! So strident. So many things wrong.
Oct 26th 2020
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HOF?
Oct 27th 2020
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Why is there a question mark...if Cowher is in the HOF.....
Oct 28th 2020
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so if they win another Super Bowl?
Oct 28th 2020
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      RE: so if they win another Super Bowl?
Oct 28th 2020
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absolute lock
Oct 28th 2020
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      It’s crazy how they ask this question like he doesn’t have a resume
Nov 01st 2020
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      I have an opinion. I'm just asking the room, ha
Nov 02nd 2020
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      ^^^
Nov 01st 2020
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Meanwhile in Baltimore, someone has a SB contender year in year out
Oct 28th 2020
97
where is COOLEHMAGAZINE? he abandoned his website and OKS?
Nov 02nd 2020
103

Y2Flound
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1. "They never fired Cowher, they aren't firing Tomlin"
In response to Reply # 0
Sun Jan-14-18 04:21 PM by Y2Flound

  

          

Cowher's entire career was crushing playoff losses until he finally won one.

The Steelers have always rebuilt, replaced veterans and continued strong. It's no different for them after this season. Sometimes you lose in the playoffs, he still has a title and a 2nd SB appearance, more than most coaches.

  

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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2. "RE: They never fired Cowher, they aren't firing Tomlin"
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The probably won't.

Part of the questions is, should they?


This is a really, really bad loss.


The Jags could barely score against Buffalo, and just got 45 in Pittsburgh in January

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3. "They shouldn't because good teams don't do that"
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You don't overreact to one game, or even a few games.

  

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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5. "RE: They shouldn't because good teams don't do that"
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They don't?


I can name a bunch of "good teams" that fired good coaches.



That's not a real answer, that's a reason not to engage with the question. Which is fine.

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9. "The Steelers are the model of consistency in coaches"
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People wanted Cowher out a dozen times before he ever won.

People want Tomlin out everytime he loses a game he should win.

The Rooney's don't fire based on a bad game or even a bad year or two. They understand great teams are built through consistency at the coach position. It's worked out well for the franchise, fans of pretty much every team minus 2 or 3 would wish for their last 20+ years, even if it's only been 2 championships in that time.

  

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18. "RE: The Steelers are the model of consistency in coaches"
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Sun Jan-14-18 05:29 PM by DredScott

          

>People wanted Cowher out a dozen times before he ever won.
>
>People want Tomlin out everytime he loses a game he should
>win.
>
>The Rooney's don't fire based on a bad game or even a bad year
>or two. They understand great teams are built through
>consistency at the coach position. It's worked out well for
>the franchise, fans of pretty much every team minus 2 or 3
>would wish for their last 20+ years, even if it's only been 2
>championships in that time.

As a steelers fan, I already know that Mike's job is safe so I ain't gonna call for him to be fired but he has to take a lot of flack for this and some assistant coaches need to be replaced (see ya, Todd) at the very least. the dilemna of who replaces him is also something to consider because there's only one belicheck and he ain't coming here.

all the talk about Mike being some great coach because of his overall winning % and his super bowl win need to quiet down though. I love that a cool brother like him got a shot in a league notorious for overlooking certain positions (HC & QB) due to racism but just once could tomlin not get outcoached in a big game? Dude is cool as fuck and players love him but gotdamn can this nigga ever get the better of another coach or make in-game adjustments that aren't terribly obvious? If it's him deferring to his coordinators and they are reluctant to change up then it's still on him for not exercising his authority. These steelers teams have been too talented to flame out so early and have it not even be close in some cases. tomlin is losing me with his hyperbole and cliche press conferences every week and saying the right thing and looking the part (which I've come to realize is nearly as important as actually being a good coach in the NFL, since marvin been faking it and never making it due to this for so much longer than he shoulda been allowed to) but then the team he's leading doing nothing different and continuing to make dumb mistakes and continue to get beat our way instead of switching up. the steelers just aren't disciplined anymore and at times play stupid as fuck, i think part of the problem is him being too much of a players coach but that's one of his strong suits so that'll probably never change. I'm all for a coach who has players "willing to run through a brick wall for them" but i'd rather have a coach that shows them they can just walk right through the front door with proper preparation and strategy.

I guess i'll just have to accept that he'll be here until he has a few losing seasons and then the Rooneys MIGHT fire him. I'm realistic so my hopes for next year are that Ben doesn't hang it up, bell stays, we get an o-coordinator that can make our offense the juggernaut it's supposed to be, we pick up a FS with actual coverage skills, grab Evans or Jefferson in the draft to replace Shazier and that our talent-level is high enough to overcome our coach being horribly mediocre strategy wise.

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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19. "RE: The Steelers are the model of consistency in coaches"
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>>People wanted Cowher out a dozen times before he ever won.
>>
>>People want Tomlin out everytime he loses a game he should
>>win.
>>
>>The Rooney's don't fire based on a bad game or even a bad
>year
>>or two. They understand great teams are built through
>>consistency at the coach position. It's worked out well for
>>the franchise, fans of pretty much every team minus 2 or 3
>>would wish for their last 20+ years, even if it's only been
>2
>>championships in that time.
>
>As a steelers fan, I already know that Mike's job is safe so I
>ain't gonna call for him to be fired but he has to take a lot
>of flack for this and some assistant coaches need to be
>replaced (see ya, Todd) at the very least.


This was a terribly coached game on both sides of the ball with 2 weeks of prep against an opponent that is very limited and has limited playoff experience.

the dilemna of who
>replaces him is also something to consider because there's
>only one belicheck and he ain't coming here.
>
>all the talk about Mike being some great coach because of his
>overall winning % and his super bowl win need to quiet down
>though. I love that a cool brother like him got a shot in a
>league notorious for overlooking certain positions (HC & QB)
>due to racism but just once could tomlin not get outcoached in
>a big game? Dude is cool as fuck and players love him but
>gotdamn can this nigga ever get the better of another coach or
>make in-game adjustments that aren't terribly obvious? If it's
>him deferring to his coordinators and they are reluctant to
>change up then it's still on him for not exercising his
>authority. These steelers teams have been too talented to
>flame out so early and have it not even be close in some
>cases. tomlin is losing me with his hyperbole and cliche press
>conferences every week and saying the right thing and looking
>the part (which I've come to realize is nearly as important as
>actually being a good coach in the NFL, since marvin been
>faking it and never making it due to this for so much longer
>than he shoulda been allowed to) but then the team he's
>leading doing nothing different and continuing to make dumb
>mistakes and continue to get beat our way instead of switching
>up. the steelers just aren't disciplined anymore and at times
>play stupid as fuck, i think part of the problem is him being
>too much of a players coach but that's one of his strong suits
>so that'll probably never change. I'm all for a coach who has
>players "willing to run through a brick wall for them" but i'd
>rather have a coach that shows them they can just walk right
>through the front door with proper preparation and strategy.
>
>I guess i'll just have to accept that he'll be here until he
>has a few losing seasons and then the Rooneys MIGHT fire him.
>I'm realistic so my hopes for next year are that Ben doesn't
>hang it up, bell stays, we get an o-coordinator that can make
>our offense the juggernaut it's supposed to be, we pick up a
>FS with actual coverage skills, grab Evans or Jefferson in the
>draft to replace Shazier and that our talent-level is high
>enough to overcome our coach being horribly mediocre strategy
>wise.

Steelers need to find a new defensive system. They haven't had a truly great D over there since…christ...

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24. "Ehh... as a lifelong Steeler fan I only half agree with you. I think "
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Steeler teams were undisciplined since Chuck Noll. This team lost its QB on defense in Shazier. Butler is Lebeau lite and while I thought he was the right guy he clearly doesn’t know how to dial up pressure without opening up huge running lanes. Everyone wanted man to man but it’s a bad idea when the QB can run.

Gotta upgrade this defense.

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4. "The fact that his team kept obsessing over the Patriots"
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says alot about team discipline. I like Tomlin but.....

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6. "RE: The fact that his team kept obsessing over the Patriots"
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>says alot about team discipline. I like Tomlin but.....


I don't think that matters. They lost to this same team for similar reasons the first time.

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7. "His decision to go for an onside kick was a terrible call"
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That cost his team a chance to win this game.

  

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10. "Unless it converted"
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In which case it was a great gutsy call.

The onside kick itself sucked, the other team put up 42 points on you and you had no ability to stop them. The call wasn't terrible, it was executed terribly.

  

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11. "True but with two timeouts and the two minute warning "
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and playing against Blake Bortles, you would think the smart decision is just kick it deep and play defense.

  

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"You would think they wouldn't have let up 42 points"


  

          

The drive right before that, when they got within 7 all they had to do was stop Bortles and he went the whole way down the field and scored again

  

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calij81
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14. "The Steelers defense gave up 35 points at that time "
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The scoop and score wasn’t on the defense and the pick set up Jacksonville in the red zone at the Steelers 19 yard line.

The Steelers defense only gave up 14 points in the second half and they were playing relatively well in the second half.

I’m sure Jacksonville would have just ran it three times and then punt if they couldn’t get a first down. Giving the Steelers better field position and about 1:40 seconds to score the tying TD.

  

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15. "Maybe"
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>
>I’m sure Jacksonville is would have just ran it three times
>and then punt if they couldn’t get a first down. Giving the
>Steelers better field position and about 1:40 seconds to score
>the tying TD.

Hindsight is fun, I can say I'm sure Jax would have run out the clock. Or I'm sure that if they executed the kick better they'd recover and go on and score.

He made a call, the play went poorly and the final score makes it seem like the game was lost on that call. The game was lost on more than that call and it's really easy to 2nd guess it when it fails. It would have been really easy to 2nd guess kicking off if they did that and never got the ball back.

  

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25. "Only gave up 14 points in the second half? "
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Man, everyone is talking about how the Jags would’ve run 3 times and punted. They would have probably play action passwd on us like they did all damn day.

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12. "No, the call was terrible"
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You had more than enough time to get a stop and have the ball in good field position. Instead you got the stop, but already set the team up in field goal range. It was a terrible call.

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13. "Well being in field goal range had a lot to do with a bad onside kick"
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And then the penalty for illegal touching.

That being said, I think if the Jags has recovered the onside kick and been just outside of FG range they might have just went for it on 4th and less than one yard.

  

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16. "nah even if they got it it was still terrible"
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2 TOs and a 2 min warning. kick it deep. you miss the recovery and you automatically lose off a field goal

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17. "If the kick went 10+ yards and they didn't get a 5 yard penalty it's not..."
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The terrible execution is what led to an automatic FG.

  

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20. "RE: If the kick went 10+ yards and they didn't get a 5 yard penalty it's..."
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It's about risk-reward. And the fact that you are playing a very conservative offensive team.

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27. "a conservative team who bitch slapped us with play action all day"
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EVERYONE is saying they would run it 3 times and more than likely they PA and dump it to a TE in the flat for the dagger.

When Bortles puts up 35 on your D I think it's ok to not trust your shitty defense.

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36. "No. Giving up 50 points cost them the game"
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onside kick was a reasonable tactic to try to steal it back

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8. "Co-sign FIRE HIS ASS TONIGHT"
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He deserves to be fired and I agree with all the alt right racist over reactionary Shitsburgh fans. Get Jim Fassel, Get Josh McDaniels, get someone with some racist teeth that's washed as fuck in there.

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21. "RE: Co-sign FIRE HIS ASS TONIGHT"
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Lol

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22. "His seat is hot as fuck"
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23. "Only on social media"
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28. "nah.. that shit is heating up. I think we will see changes this offseaso..."
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and if he doesn't get it together next year I could see us moving on when Ben retires.

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26. "If Marvin Lewis ain't get fired after all them playoff losses...."
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Tomlin should be fine.

  

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29. "I liked the 4th&1 call. I did not like the onsides kick. Credit to JAX"
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I think people are not giving the Jags their due credit or the Steelers for that matter for fighting like hell after being down three TDs. The 4th and 1, hey, if they hit that play that swings all the momentum in their favor. Loved the ballsy call. The onsides kick was a mistake give the time and timeout situation.

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30. "RE: I liked the 4th&1 call. I did not like the onsides kick. Credit to J..."
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>I think people are not giving the Jags their due credit or
>the Steelers for that matter for fighting like hell after
>being down three TDs. The 4th and 1, hey, if they hit that
>play that swings all the momentum in their favor. Loved the
>ballsy call. The onsides kick was a mistake give the time and
>timeout situation.


I give the Jags all the credit in the world. But if I am a Steelers fan, this loss after last years loss, has me thinking.

Haley and Butler shit the bed, and that means Tomlin has to take heat.

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31. "who available could do a better job?"
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32. "aka..."who you bringin in?!?!?" (c)Herm Edwards"
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.

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it looked like Bol Bol was diving in the river - Action Bronson

  

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33. "Right? Like fire him and bring in who?"
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Mistakes were made across the board and we obv underachieved. Get better, stay healthy, and let's get back next year.

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37. "no one. barring something crazy...like REALLY crazy..."
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they need to let that man call his own exit.

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40. "RE: who available could do a better job?"
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At this point, looks pretty barren out there.

That said, Steelers is not just ANY job.

But yeah, nobody really thinks he will get fired. But people have certainly been fired for less. Coughlin got two Super Bowls for Giants and his ass got shipped out for a vinyl siding salesman.

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34. "If Tomlin gets fired, OZZIE will be at his door with in a Purple Limo."
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35. "White people don't like Black People ("Owners lobbying to Fire Tomlin")"
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https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/steelers-owners-reportedly-lobbying-art-rooney-to-fire-mike-tomlin-after-playoff-debacle/

LOL

How're you going to explain this one?

  

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38. "Comment section proves this"
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39. "Nope! O_E is a race baiter! (c) These imbeciles"
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41. "RE: Tomlin Time?"
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https://www.yahoo.com/sports/six-time-pro-bowler-ben-roethlisberger-im-not-allowed-check-quarterback-sneak-194209143.html

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42. "If this happens"
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Haslam better have a G5 on the runway outside of Pitt with Tomlin's name on it.

  

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43. "RE: If this happens"
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Pretty sure he would go to the Giants

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44. "Ben's back | Haley might not be"
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I'm fine with both of those


http://www.post-gazette.com/sports/steelers/2018/01/15/Ben-Roethlisberger-retirement-todd-Haley-offensive-coordinator-replacement-Randy-Fichtner-Mike-Tomlin-Jaguars-Patriots/stories/201801150139


Ben Roethlisberger said publicly on Sunday he will return to play in the 2018 season. He has told teammates he wants to play at least another three.

The question now becomes, who will be the Steelers’ offensive coordinator in 2018 and beyond?

Todd Haley just finished the final year of his contract, and it is not common for a Steelers coordinator to return under those circumstances. They usually sign extensions before they enter that final year, unless there’s a reason not to. The last one who ended his contract without an extension was ushered into “retirement” so they could hire Haley.

It appears the same might happen to Haley that Bruce Arians experienced after the 2011 season, although no one would call this one a retirement.


Ben Roethlisberger swears: He loves QB sneaks and Todd Haley
Haley has done some good things with the Steelers offense and with Roethlisberger at quarterback, particularly helping him cut down on the large number of sacks he had experienced throughout his career.

One thing he did not do, however, was build rapport among some of his staff or support among key players in that offense, including Roethlisberger.

Two days after their loss to New England in the AFC championship a year ago, Roethlisberger said on 93.7 The Fan that he was contemplating retirement. After he decided to return, he insisted concerns about his health, his family and recent CTE tests prompted retirement thoughts.

However, a Steelers source surmised that some biting words from Haley the day after the loss in New England prompted a frustrated Roethlisberger to bring up retirement publicly.

The coach and quarterback rarely talked along the sidelines, never huddled to discuss upcoming strategy while their defense was on the field. It came to a head when the coaches were unprepared to have a play ready when the Jesse James touchdown was overturned against New England.

Mike Tomlin made the unusual move at midseason to have quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner leave the coaches’ booth for the sideline. It came at the behest of Roethlisberger, who wanted a “buffer” between him and Haley, according to a CBS report at the time.

Haley himself took to the booth in the preseason but explained it was merely to see if he might prefer working there during games rather than on the sideline. All denied it had anything to do with Roethlisberger, and Haley returned to the sideline once the regular season began.


He may not be on the Steelers sideline or in the booth for 2018. If not, Fichtner would be a strong candidate to replace him as coordinator.

Haley’s offense finished third in the NFL with an average of 377.9 yards per game in 2017, third in passing (273.8), eighth in points (25.4) and 20th in rushing (104.2), which has always been a Steelers staple.

They produced 545 yards and 42 points Sunday in their playoff loss to Jacksonville, the NFL’s second-ranked defense in 2017.

But then, they all proclaimed they have the best talent on offense in the league, as the All-Pro and Pro Bowl teams have backed. And the schism that has developed among the players and coaches on offense may override some of the production as they decide how to move forward.

Since Roethlisberger has told teammates his plans to play at least another three years, management must know too, and that would have to come as a relief because they can now plan accordingly.

There is no need to rush to draft a franchise quarterback for this year, especially since they will select low in the round again and have so many needs elsewhere. There is a pressing need at inside linebacker, safety and even halfback if they pass on making Le’Veon Bell their franchise player again and he does not come to terms on a contract.

There’s no question Roethlisberger remains at the top of his game, as his performance against Jacksonville can attest. Whether Haley returns to coach him again is the next question.

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45. "Malarkey, Haley, Shula & on & on & on"
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the NFL's continued insistence on hiring the same shitty coaches over and over for years on end.

Guys making the same mistakes with the same shitty ideas for years or decades on end.

It's embarrassing.

To me, Tomlin isn't part of this shitty dynamic. Assholes like Todd Haley are.

  

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49. "RE: Malarkey, Haley, Shula & on & on & on"
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>the NFL's continued insistence on hiring the same shitty
>coaches over and over for years on end.
>
>Guys making the same mistakes with the same shitty ideas for
>years or decades on end.
>
>It's embarrassing.
>
>To me, Tomlin isn't part of this shitty dynamic. Assholes like
>Todd Haley are.

I CANNOT STAND Todd Haley but where is the evidence to support your opinion? The Steelers offense has been extremely successful under Todd Haley. They scored 42 points in their playoff loss. What exactly are his shitty ideas?

Who do you want teams to hire? It's not as though there are just tons of guys ready to jump into NFL coordinator positions outside of the established pipeline of college coaches and guys already working the lower rungs of the NFL.

You want new faces from new places? Marc Trestman came from the CFL and had two jobs and is gone. You want new ideas? Chip Kelly came and went and I probably had more positive things to say about him than most of this board.

Or if you just mean you want black people, even if they are also "retreads" please say so.

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50. "They scored 42 in spite of Haley"
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Last TD was padding but the other TD’s were 4th down bombs to the end zone and Ben throwing a lateral to Bell.

The problem with the offense is those 4th down calls. That’s Todd Haley all day. Dude has too many sub packages and most of our wins this year came from the no huddle after stalling for multiple quarters.

He also said he didn’t want Ben doing a QB sneak because he could get ear holed? WTF?

Haley has some nice play designs but his in game play calling is trash.

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53. "RE: They scored 42 in spite of Haley"
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>Last TD was padding but the other TD’s were 4th down bombs
>to the end zone and Ben throwing a lateral to Bell.
>
>The problem with the offense is those 4th down calls. That’s
>Todd Haley all day. Dude has too many sub packages and most of
>our wins this year came from the no huddle after stalling for
>multiple quarters.
>
>He also said he didn’t want Ben doing a QB sneak because he
>could get ear holed? WTF?
>
>Haley has some nice play designs but his in game play calling
>is trash.


I am NOT a Haley fan. I started this post saying her should get fired. I just get annoyed with the hyperbole.

Given his track record, especially in Pittsburgh, to say Haley is a "shitty retread with shitty ideas" as an offensive coordinator seems like overdoing it.

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55. "Todd Haley is good at designing plays"
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and he isn't a bad OC but his personality and his substitutions are terrible.

There were some games where our left tacke, I repeat LEFT TACKLE, was split out wide and ran a pass route.

After the Jesse James TD was overturned vs the Pats Haley had Bell on the sideline for the last 2 plays. Dude refused to throw the fade to Martavis even tho he is a giant.

He's just too cute for his own good. We struggled to score points early in the year and it wasn't until the end of the game when Ben would go no huddle that we would pull out games.

He's just too rigid IMO.

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56. "RE: Todd Haley is good at designing plays"
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>and he isn't a bad OC but his personality and his
>substitutions are terrible.
>
>There were some games where our left tacke, I repeat LEFT
>TACKLE, was split out wide and ran a pass route.
>
>After the Jesse James TD was overturned vs the Pats Haley had
>Bell on the sideline for the last 2 plays. Dude refused to
>throw the fade to Martavis even tho he is a giant.
>
>He's just too cute for his own good. We struggled to score
>points early in the year and it wasn't until the end of the
>game when Ben would go no huddle that we would pull out games.
>
>
>He's just too rigid IMO.

I agree on all of this, and I actually despise Todd Haley but I hate the hyperbole when it comes to coaching.

Todd Haley is a forward-thinking coordinator with some excellent play designs, who also happens to be a jerk, overly committed to his gamelans and at times makes baffling in-game decisions.

That's an actual assessment.

Smuts acts like you can just find better coordinators on the street.

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52. "The past 10 seasons of his career. "
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>I CANNOT STAND Todd Haley but where is the evidence to support
>your opinion?

next question.

  

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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54. "RE: The past 10 seasons of his career. "
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>>I CANNOT STAND Todd Haley but where is the evidence to
>support
>>your opinion?
>
>next question.

I thought you had some sort of cogent point to make but you are just saying stuff, which is fine.

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57. "remember when he got ran out of KC"
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because he was too stubborn to utilize one of the best RBs in the league and insisted on running a pass-first offense with shitty pass weapons?

He sucks, and he keeps getting jobs.

  

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58. "RE: remember when he got ran out of KC"
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He was the head coach, and he actually got run out of town because the teams record didn't justify how terrible of a person and how awful of a work environment he created with his paranoia and agendas.


But I get the feeling you don't deal in nuance.


By all means though, who you think is a good OC? Who SHOULD be getting jobs? Who has some good ideas about offense in the NFL?

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59. "It's odd that you're riding for such a bad coach"
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>He was the head coach, and he actually got run out of town
>because the teams record didn't justify how terrible of a
>person and how awful of a work environment he created with his
>paranoia and agendas.

He had *one* winning season (10-6 in a mediocre division), and was fired his third year when he was 5-8.

His coaching record was 19-26.

His offenses in KC ranked 25th, 13th and 29th.

So he had bad offenses, misused his players, lost games, and everyone hated him.

But other than that!

His offenses in PIT were more of the same until they magically got better when Le'Veon Bell got to town and Antonio Brown had his breakout season.

All it took was coaching three first-ballot HOFers.

But if you're going to give Haley credit for creating the best QB-WR-RB combo in the league, I'm not sure "nuance" is part of this convo.

Ride for Todd Haley bro, godspeed.

Edit:

Here are his offensive rankings since his one year in ARI. See if you can guess when he started coaching three HOFers:

Ari
2008 15th

KC
2009 25th
2010 13th
2011 29

Pit
2012 19th
2013 12th
2014 2th
2015 3th
2016 7th
2017 3th

  

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60. "RE: It's odd that you're riding for such a bad coach"
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>>He was the head coach, and he actually got run out of town
>>because the teams record didn't justify how terrible of a
>>person and how awful of a work environment he created with
>his
>>paranoia and agendas.
>
>He had *one* winning season (10-6 in a mediocre division), and
>was fired his third year when he was 5-8.
>
>His coaching record was 19-26.
>
>His offenses in KC ranked 25th, 13th and 29th.
>
>So he had bad offenses, misused his players, lost games, and
>everyone hated him.
>
>But other than that!
>
>His offenses in PIT were more of the same until they magically
>got better when Le'Veon Bell got to town and Antonio Brown had
>his breakout season.
>
>But if you're going to give Haley credit for creating the best
>QB-WR-RB combo in the league, I'm not sure "nuance" is part of
>this convo.
>
>Ride for Todd Haley bro, godspeed.

I can't stand Todd Haley, at all. Still waiting for you to tell me who the actual good coaches are and why

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61. "We actually lined up an OL in the slot to run a pass play"
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and that wasn't the first time.

Also had our Left Tackle out wide running a crossing route last year.

Haley was too cute for his own good.

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63. "Let's also face it, Pittsburgh has lots of weapons"
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You could put a Pop Warner coach in charge and they'd have an average offense.

And you will know MY JACKET IS GOLD when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

  

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46. "RE: this loss is more about Todd Haley being insane"
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I hear Bruce Arians needs a job

Really surprised Haley is still there

I remember he and Ben got into it a couple of years ago

really surprised by folks calling for Tomlin to fall on the sword

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47. "Official: Haley gone"
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Think Arians comes back?

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48. "don't think so"
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He wasn't too happy when they went the cheap route with him and didn't extend his contract. He loves Ben though, so who knows - maybe time has healed that rift.

Glad they let Haley walk though, wasn't a fan of that hire from day one.

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51. "Butler time!!!! Defense has been trash the last 2 playoff losses"
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62. "Back in 2012"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELm7V5uOQLc

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64. "RE: Tomlin Time?"
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THAT PHONE GETTING READY TO RING

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65. "They'll be doing him a favor"
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66. "I hope they do fire him, Dan Quinn would love him in Atlanta"
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he'll be a head coach again in no time




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67. "Losing Ben is the best thing that could happen to Tomlin"
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Now they have a QB who actually practices and studies film.

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73. "You rang??? Lmao. "
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68. "If they end up anywhere near .500, he's Coach of the Year (easily)"
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This team is shredded and awful

  

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69. "Shiiieeet. We finishing 10-6. D is dragging the team to the playoffs. "
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70. "Dude is coaching his ass off"
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71. "The Ultimate Football Guy"
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I love his press conferences


Pretty soon we wont have guys like that around

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72. "I’m talking so much shit to Tomlin hating Steeler fans"
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We need a McVey, we need a Sean Payton... we need an Andy Reid.

FOH.

What we needed was better players on defense.

and we still need better players on offense.

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74. "8-5 and currently in the playoffs"
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75. "with the shittiest Steeler team that we've seen in some time."
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especially at QB.

  

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76. "Duck ballin out bruh. Rudolph was trash but Duck is that dude. "
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I’m just happy to see Tomlin haters wrong af and Ben fans stuttering when I said Tomlin could win without Ben


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77. "It's still coaching. Tomlin wasted NO TIME calling the bullpen"
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He made that move with the absolute quickness

People were talking about Rudolph as the Ben heir apparent
at one point

  

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78. "my guy has never had a losing season, I wish they would fire him"
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79. "One of the best to ever do it and he is in the beginning of his prime."
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Thats the crazy part....dude is 47. He got like 20 years left of coaching (if he wants)

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80. ""Please proceed, Governor.""
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89. "Stupendous upage "
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They gonna lose in the conference finals in the chiefs, and people will yell for his job, which means you can do this again in two years when he continues to make fools look like fools

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81. "Jesus. He may be a HOFer"
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82. "Man this aged bad....."
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Just goes to show that the best organizations know how to keep it moving.....

Tomlin is a great coach.

Dream with your eyes open.....

  

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85. "i like how pitt ownership dont really gaf about the fans opinions"
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they run that shit how they want and if nothing else, at WORST they are always a respectable and competitive team.

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87. "Thats not enough for some Steeler fans"
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but I swear, when I hear them scream to fire Tomlin my first thought is.. “y’all must be new fans”

Cause any true Steeler fan knows we aren’t firing Tomlin. He will leave when he is good and ready to leave on his own.

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88. "Death, Taxes, and Steeler coaches"
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when the Steelers decide on someone...

  

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91. "They shouldn't gaf...."
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A lot of Steeler fans are racist assholes. I'm embarrassed by it and if it weren't for the Rooneys being who they are I wouldn't fuck with this.

They talked mad shit when Dan Rooney was named ambassador to Ireland by Obama.

They are openly racist about Tomlin.

But they stick around as fans even though the Steelers ownership are "commie liberals".

Dream with your eyes open.....

  

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95. "A lot of PA fans are racist AF"
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Franklin rescued PSU after the Paterno stuff and those fans want him fired every year.


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98. "Fuck PSU....."
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Those mfkrs were even worse. Had the nerve to try to walk into traffic for Paterno when he was harboring and helping a man rape kids.

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99. "^^^"
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peace & blessings,

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83. ""Coolehmag.com is for sale""
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https://www.hugedomains.com/domain_profile.cfm?d=coolehmag&e=com

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84. "Lmao"
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86. "Goodness!! So strident. So many things wrong."
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it looked like Bol Bol was diving in the river - Action Bronson

  

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90. "HOF?"
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92. "Why is there a question mark...if Cowher is in the HOF....."
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Tomlin will be a lock if they win this another with him at the helm.

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93. "so if they win another Super Bowl?"
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>Tomlin will be a lock if they win this another with him at
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what about right today?

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96. "RE: so if they win another Super Bowl?"
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I say yes but y'all act like Pittsburgh fans ain't been ready to send his ass packing a few times. Dude has made lemonade out of outhouse water for several seasons, and when he has the horses, they always do well.

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94. "absolute lock"
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what is his streak they showed? winning record in his first 13 seasons and counting? he will hold the record by himself this year.

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100. "It’s crazy how they ask this question like he doesn’t have a resume"
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People also forget he was the DB coach for the Tampa team with the SB record wirh 5 INT’s and 3 returned for TD’s.

If he was white they would be calling Tomlin one of the best to ever do it given his age and win/losses.

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102. "I have an opinion. I'm just asking the room, ha"
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I mean, you said he should be fired two years ago so I'm just curious where everyone stands now

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101. "^^^"
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97. "Meanwhile in Baltimore, someone has a SB contender year in year out"
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and can't seem to figure out what to do with it. Hmmmm.

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103. "where is COOLEHMAGAZINE? he abandoned his website and OKS?"
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