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Mike Tomlin on not going for touchdown late against Seahawks: 'I wanted to tee the defense up from a positive momentum standpoint'

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is catching some heat for his often attempts at two points after touchdowns, but the fiery leader said he 'doesn't live in fear' of making those type of decisions. However, with his team trailing 32-27 late in the fourth quarter and the ball on the Seattle 3, Tomlin elected to kick a field goal, leaving many wondering where his gambling spirit...
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Tomlin Focuses On Situational Football With Defense, Not Passing Yards Allowed

Heading into Week 13 of the 2015 season, the Pittsburgh Steelers defense has given up the second-most amount of gross passing yards in the league. During his Tuesday press conference, head coach Mike Tomlin was asked if passing yards is something he worries about. “I’m less concerned about the yards... The post Tomlin Focuses On Situational Football With Defense, Not Passing...
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Mike Tomlin settles for field goal, then says you can’t settle for one

The decision by Mike Tomlin to settle for a field goal late in the fourth quarter of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ eventual 39-30 loss the Seattle Seahawks was met with much scrutiny. And comments made by Tomlin Tuesday while discussing the game are nothing but curious in light of that decision. “We settled for field goals,” Tomlin said during his Tuesday press conference, per...
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Has Mike Tomlin Has Been Given a ‘Timeout?’

One of the most anticipated Mike Tomlin Press Conferences in a long time has come and gone and if you want to take one thing from it, take this; Mike Tomlin was given a ‘talking to’ by his superiors. Like a child being admonished for not following the rules, Tomlin was essentially put into a timeout by General Manager Kevin Colbert and perhaps Team President Art Rooney II. After...
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Tomlin Elaborates On Decision To Kick 4th Quarter Field Goal

He doesn’t live in his fears. Until he did. And understandably confused Pittsburgh Steelers‘ fans. Mike Tomlin was asked to explain his rationale for kicking a field goal down 32-27 with three minutes left. Chris Boswell would make the field goal but the Seattle Seahawks would score an 80 yard... The post Tomlin Elaborates On Decision To Kick 4th Quarter Field Goal appeared...
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Tomlin Open To Making Changes At Cornerback

I hope you’re sitting down. For the first time all season long, Mike Tomlin was open to the possibility of making changes at cornerback, he told reporters in his press conference today. Tomlin was immediately asked by David Todd to evaluate Antwon Blake’s performance and if he would consider making... The post Tomlin Open To Making Changes At Cornerback appeared first on Steelers...
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This weekend in NFL stupid, featuring Rex Ryan

This year on This weekend in NFL stupid, we’re focusing on one extremely stupid winner with an honorable mention or two on a weekly basis. To close out Week 12 of the 2015 regular season, we look back on a strange decision (or lack thereof) from a coach who continues to make bad ones. The winner: Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan It was a tough week for Ryan, who stupidly...
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Mike Tomlin under fire for field goal decision

With Seattle up 32-27 late in the fourth quarter, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin  made the fateful decision to kick a field goal rather than trust in QB Landry Jones and the offense to muster 5 yards for a first down. Although the FG was good, but what would've been will be talked about all week. With 3 minutes left in the game, Seattle's Baldwin sealed the game with...
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Jury No Longer Out on Tomlin’s Game Management

I’ve always been a supporter of Mike Tomlin and I’ve tried to defend him at nearly every turn but I can’t anymore. From drafting decisions to personnel decisions to on-field decisions, I can’t do it any longer. Yes, I’m still fuming – the game has just ended and despite four turnovers the Steelers still should have won the game in Seattle this evening – but they didn’t...
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Tomlin Leaving Competition Open For Backup Running Back Spot

In a move that appears to be designed to keep both players hungry, Mike Tomlin would not commit to either Jordan Todman or Isaiah Pead as the backup running back to DeAngelo Williams. Todman has served as the backup since Le’Veon Bell’s injury but with the bye week giving Pead... The post Tomlin Leaving Competition Open For Backup Running Back Spot appeared first on Steelers...
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