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steeld95
10-31-2008, 11:27 AM
Why do some people want to blame him for every mistake our team makes? I don't understand this. Sometimes a loss is on the players, it is not only the coach...

Sure, Tomlin will make mistakes...no coach is immune to that....

I personally have seem some good improvements from him compared to last year. This is only his second year as a head coach...

Steeler Mafia
10-31-2008, 12:03 PM
Unfortunately, that is part of being a Head Coach. Everything rests on him.

Personally, I think he does a good job for the Steelers. The only decisions of his that I have questioned was his choice for OC, OL coach and ST coach. I really think that there were, and still are, a lot better choices out there than what we currently have in house.

NC Steeler Fan
10-31-2008, 12:13 PM
Well, I'd say it's because some people have fears that drive them to
be loud, vocal and call attention to themselves whenever there is
adversity regarding something they feel passionate about.

And, rather than be mired in the details of a real explanation of what
might be actually going on, for some people it's easier to go for the
easiest, biggest target that they feel the elimination of will make all
their anxiety go away. It's not a always bad thing, but it's often not
a panecea either.

Most times, reality doesn't work that way. As you said, early on in a situation
in particular, the problems identified or solutions needed are often complex
and involve a multi-faceted approach.

I'd say that a process of fining tuning what's working and eliminating easy
obstacles first is needed to solve most problems before drastic measures
like firing a head coach are taken. These aren't machines we're talking about,
they're people and a lot of complex human factors should be considered.

But hey, that's just me and wtf do I know? I'm just a girl! :Boobs






(geez, I WISH I looked like that! :lol: )

MeetJoeGreene
10-31-2008, 12:26 PM
human factors should be considered.

But hey, that's just me and wtf do I know? I'm just a girl! :Boobs


(geez, I WISH I looked like that! :lol: )

We have plenty of good photoshoppers that could put your face on any body... if you had just submitted your picture in the photoshop contest.

:lol:

Iron Shiek
10-31-2008, 12:55 PM
Well, I'd say it's because some people have fears that drive them to
be loud, vocal and call attention to themselves whenever there is
adversity regarding something they feel passionate about.

And, rather than be mired in the details of a real explanation of what
might be actually going on, for some people it's easier to go for the
easiest, biggest target that they feel the elimination of will make all
their anxiety go away. It's not a always bad thing, but it's often not
a panecea either.

Most times, reality doesn't work that way. As you said, early on in a situation
in particular, the problems identified or solutions needed are often complex
and involve a multi-faceted approach.

I'd say that a process of fining tuning what's working and eliminating easy
obstacles first is needed to solve most problems before drastic measures
like firing a head coach are taken. These aren't machines we're talking about,
they're people and a lot of complex human factors should be considered.

But hey, that's just me and wtf do I know? I'm just a girl! :Boobs






(geez, I WISH I looked like that! :lol: )


Excellent post. Well said. $$$$

NC Steeler Fan
10-31-2008, 12:55 PM
human factors should be considered.

But hey, that's just me and wtf do I know? I'm just a girl! :Boobs


(geez, I WISH I looked like that! :lol: )

We have plenty of good photoshoppers that could put your face on any body... if you had just submitted your picture in the photoshop contest.

:lol:

Riiiiiiiight! :wink: