The Steelers haven't had a losing yet. This season isn't over and these guys can't play like it is.
Tomlin's job should be safe for at least one more year. He needs to make changes though. This team, with all the talent on the roster, never really looked prepared to play this year, and that is directly attributable to the head coach. I'm tired of hearing "the standard is the standard" and "we take responsibility for our play." The standard is not being applied to the replacements because except for maybe Legursky and Adams, no "next man" is prepared or performing any where near the guy he replaced. As far as responsibility goes, the way to take responsibility for your mistakes is to LEARN from them and not repeat it. Examples: Ben's play the last two weeks, poor tackling all season, numerous dropped passes, etc., all points to coaching.
Of course it is. Mr. Rooney is too busy overseas serving the anointed one to notice the team he owns sucks under Mike.
The season isn't over? Is the NFL going to disqualify one of the teams in front of them?