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Old 12-23-2012, 06:33 PM   #41
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What makes matters worse concerning Tomlin is that my buddies who are fans of other teams think he is a good coach. I then have to explain how abysmal his in game decision making is. The poor use of time outs, clock management, field goal attempts, field position mind games. I honestly believe that he adds absolutely nothing to this franchise. He hasn't been able to develop the secondary and that is his bread and butter. Our drafts under him are suspect. But, all you hear from the media (and not to sound racist-but every single black commentator ever) is how great he is so of course people not in the know think he is something he is not.

For his backers, please provide even a handful of instances where his coaching was something to be praised.
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Old 12-23-2012, 06:35 PM   #42
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What makes matters worse concerning Tomlin is that my buddies who are fans of other teams think he is a good coach. I then have to explain how abysmal his in game decision making is. The poor use of time outs, clock management, field goal attempts, field position mind games. I honestly believe that he adds absolutely nothing to this franchise. He hasn't been able to develop the secondary and that is his bread and butter. Our drafts under him are suspect. But, all you hear from the media (and not to sound racist-but every single black commentator ever) is how great he is so of course people not in the know think he is something he is not.

For his backers, please provide even a handful of instances where his coaching was something to be praised.
Actually the one bright spot has beem the development of the secondary. They are much improved IMO.
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Old 12-23-2012, 06:58 PM   #43
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What makes matters worse concerning Tomlin is that my buddies who are fans of other teams think he is a good coach. I then have to explain how abysmal his in game decision making is. The poor use of time outs, clock management, field goal attempts, field position mind games. I honestly believe that he adds absolutely nothing to this franchise. He hasn't been able to develop the secondary and that is his bread and butter. Our drafts under him are suspect. But, all you hear from the media (and not to sound racist-but every single black commentator ever) is how great he is so of course people not in the know think he is something he is not.

For his backers, please provide even a handful of instances where his coaching was something to be praised.
you yourself answered why many want him to be a good coach. facts are hes not
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:09 PM   #44
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So you guys who want to fire Tomlin...would you have fired Chuck Noll after the 1988 season? Or Bill Cowher after the 2000 season?
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:13 PM   #45
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chuck noll needed to go before he did so yes 88 would have been a good time
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:16 PM   #46
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So you guys who want to fire Tomlin...would you have fired Chuck Noll after the 1988 season? Or Bill Cowher after the 2000 season?
I look at the man's eyes and his demeanor on the field. Then I look at his decision making and adjustments. I don't see much intelligence there. I just don't. When I listen to him it's even worse. I think he's an average coach at best. That is all. He has been given a yacht to captain and he's turning it into a dingy.
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:27 PM   #47
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So you guys who want to fire Tomlin...would you have fired Chuck Noll after the 1988 season? Or Bill Cowher after the 2000 season?
What did Noll in '88 and Cower in 2000 not have that Tomlin has had? Take a look at the roster. Pro bowl/Championship players is the answer. Tomlin was handed a Superbowl quality team and has failed miserably at rebuilding. Tomlin cannot motivate or prepare this team properly week to week and this didn't start this season, I don't have the answer on a replacment coach but this team will not become the disciplined,well rounded team we all have enjoyed until some coaching changes and additude adjustments are made
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Come on guys...Im sure by now, Tomlin has accepted full responsibility for the loss. Next question...

Mike about your play calling today? Guys, I accept full responsibility for the loss. Next question.

Ironically Between Tomlin and Marvin Lewis, I can not seem to gifugre out who is actually thebigger dumbass in the game?
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:34 PM   #49
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Come on guys...Im sure by now, Tomlin has accepted full responsibility for the loss. Next question...

Mike about your play calling today? Guys, I accept full responsibility for the loss. Next question.

Ironically Between Tomlin and Marvin Lewis, I can not seem to gifugre out who is actually thebigger dumbass in the game?
Hey, at least he appreciates the efforts of men.
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What did Noll in '88 and Cower in 2000 not have that Tomlin has had? Take a look at the roster. Pro bowl/Championship players is the answer. Tomlin was handed a Superbowl quality team and has failed miserably at rebuilding. Tomlin cannot motivate or prepare this team properly week to week and this didn't start this season, I don't have the answer on a replacment coach but this team will not become the disciplined,well rounded team we all have enjoyed until some coaching changes and additude adjustments are made
Yep. Bingo. I've been saying it since 2009. Players coaches don't last long in professional sports. It's unlikely Tomlin will change his stripes, so I'm afraid that the Steelers are in for a long few years. I pray that I'm wrong.
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