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|11-21-2008, 09:24 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Congrats to Tomlin!
Not living in the Burgh any longer, I was not able to witness the entire game last night except for what I could see on my Sprint phone. Yuck!
I would just like to congratulate Tomlin on getting this thing moving in the right direction. The offense has looked horrible for multiple reasons (poor protection, 2 RBs out, injured QB, injured TE...) but changes have been made and in the past 2 games I liked what I've seen.
The offense is starting to come around and hopefully it continues to pick up steam in December!
As with any new coach, you're always apprehensive until they prove themselves and I'm starting to see that Tomlin can get good things done and that bodes well for us going forward.
Keep up the good work coach & go Steelers!
After reading the idiotic threads over the past couple of weeks, I ask the question - "Who is worse...Steeler fans or Eagles fans?" Keep in mind that Eagle fans do not know what it's like to win a SB much less 6 and 2 this decade.
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