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    Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    Q: Ed...Still no rumblings of a Colbert and/or Tomlin extension?

    Ed Bouchette: As I wrote on PG Plus this morning, I've heard nothing and I'm not sure they will even do an extension with Mike Tomlin this year.
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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    If the Steelers fire him he wont be unemployed long.

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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    Ask me this question in about 10 years.
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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Ask me this question in about 10 years.
    That's the wrong answer. Steeler Fans dont want to hear that crap.

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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    If Tomlin misses the playoffs for the second year in a row you never know. But, I highly doubt it.

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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    If Tomlin misses the playoffs for the second year in a row you never know. But, I highly doubt it.


    not the Rooneys style. love him or hate him, Tomlin is here to stay for many years yet.

    Bruce Arians, on the other hand...

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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    Tomlin will get minimum 8-10 years and like it was said he will have another job immediately.

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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    Quote Originally Posted by HeHateMe
    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Ask me this question in about 10 years.
    That's the wrong answer. Steeler Fans dont want to hear that crap.

    Keep tossing those blanket statements.

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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    No
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    Re: Is Tomlin coaching for his job?

    No, I hope that helps. :P

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