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  1. #211
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    no, Im laughing because you're retarded

    always were
    Name calling after a bad loss...

    It’s okay dude. Life will go on

    Hug your dog dude.

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    People are in here pissed about a loss and all you can do is laugh..
    Must be great to be you
    I wish people would/could leave politics out of a Steelers Football Forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh wow View Post
    Name calling after a bad loss...

    It’s okay dude. Life will go on

    Hug your dog dude.
    i'm fine, thanks

    and will continue to laugh and point out every retarded thing you post

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    This fan base is a sad bunch after a loss. At the end of the day it's only a game in which we have no control over the out come. Out lives don't change whether the team wins or loses.

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    James Harrison says Mike Tomlin won Super Bowl with 'Cowher-based team'

    https://steelerswire.usatoday.com/20...1Q6uY7xhSRRuq8

    Since his retirement, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has become a fixture on the sports talk television circuit. And it would appear given the opportunity, Harrison doesn’t hesitate to throw shade at his former team. Hard to blame him. Honestly, what else would any of these shows have Harrison on to talk about?

    This time around, Harrison was on the Fox Sports 1 show “Undisputed” and made the case the one Super Bowl that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has won (and the one he went to and lost) were centered on a team built by his predecessor, Bill Cowher.

    Tomlin inherited a team led by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who already had a Super Bowl win in his young career. Tomlin got a Super Bowl win in his second year as head coach with a team almost solely made up of players already on the roster when he was hired.

    As hard as it is to see a former player like Harrison disparage the Steelers, you can’t really argue with his reasoning. Tomlin rode the momentum Cowher created about as far as he could. But there is no denying that Tomlin’s track record since the Steelers’ Super Bowl loss to the Green Bay Packers after the 2010 season has been less than stellar.

    But I want to pass the question off to you: Did Tomlin just ride the coattails of Cowher and fail to maintain the level of play, or is it that the rest of the league caught up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL View Post
    Our lives don't change whether the team wins or loses.
    My mood does. Co-workers beware tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fordfixer View Post
    James Harrison says Mike Tomlin won Super Bowl with 'Cowher-based team'

    https://steelerswire.usatoday.com/20...1Q6uY7xhSRRuq8

    Since his retirement, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has become a fixture on the sports talk television circuit. And it would appear given the opportunity, Harrison doesn’t hesitate to throw shade at his former team. Hard to blame him. Honestly, what else would any of these shows have Harrison on to talk about?

    This time around, Harrison was on the Fox Sports 1 show “Undisputed” and made the case the one Super Bowl that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has won (and the one he went to and lost) were centered on a team built by his predecessor, Bill Cowher.

    Tomlin inherited a team led by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who already had a Super Bowl win in his young career. Tomlin got a Super Bowl win in his second year as head coach with a team almost solely made up of players already on the roster when he was hired.

    As hard as it is to see a former player like Harrison disparage the Steelers, you can’t really argue with his reasoning. Tomlin rode the momentum Cowher created about as far as he could. But there is no denying that Tomlin’s track record since the Steelers’ Super Bowl loss to the Green Bay Packers after the 2010 season has been less than stellar.

    But I want to pass the question off to you: Did Tomlin just ride the coattails of Cowher and fail to maintain the level of play, or is it that the rest of the league caught up?
    I don't know why people want to bring this nonsense up in an effort to diminish this team's accomplishments with Tomlin as HC.

    Tomlin coached teams had the opportunity to make it to the Superbowl from 2014 to 2017.

    Why do fans want to diminish the accomplishments that Tomlin helped this team achieve? It makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    romo on andy reid

    "he see what what the opposing defense comes out with and makes adjustements"

    2nd QR, chiefs score 4 TDs

    have we ever heard that about tomlin?
    Of course not. It's so blatantly obvious that Tomlin and Butler aren't good coach.
    Tomlin: Let's unleash hell and "mop the floor" with the competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL View Post
    This fan base is a sad bunch after a loss. At the end of the day it's only a game in which we have no control over the out come. Out lives don't change whether the team wins or loses.
    Burgh speaks the truth. Team looks to have some growing pains with the secondary especially. Seems Haden and Nelson are holding their own on the outside but the safeties need to get their act together or they will be toyed with all season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fordfixer View Post
    James Harrison says Mike Tomlin won Super Bowl with 'Cowher-based team'

    https://steelerswire.usatoday.com/20...1Q6uY7xhSRRuq8

    Since his retirement, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has become a fixture on the sports talk television circuit. And it would appear given the opportunity, Harrison doesn’t hesitate to throw shade at his former team. Hard to blame him. Honestly, what else would any of these shows have Harrison on to talk about?

    This time around, Harrison was on the Fox Sports 1 show “Undisputed” and made the case the one Super Bowl that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has won (and the one he went to and lost) were centered on a team built by his predecessor, Bill Cowher.

    Tomlin inherited a team led by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who already had a Super Bowl win in his young career. Tomlin got a Super Bowl win in his second year as head coach with a team almost solely made up of players already on the roster when he was hired.

    As hard as it is to see a former player like Harrison disparage the Steelers, you can’t really argue with his reasoning. Tomlin rode the momentum Cowher created about as far as he could. But there is no denying that Tomlin’s track record since the Steelers’ Super Bowl loss to the Green Bay Packers after the 2010 season has been less than stellar.

    But I want to pass the question off to you: Did Tomlin just ride the coattails of Cowher and fail to maintain the level of play, or is it that the rest of the league caught up?
    People have been saying this well before James Harrison said it. It couldn't get any more obvious.
    Tomlin: Let's unleash hell and "mop the floor" with the competition.

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