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I would be shocked if Pitt made a move, it's not the way they operate but Tomlin was handed the keys to a potential dynasty w/ a young HOF QB and only has 1 SB win and that was thanks in large part to a Brady injury and his 2nd SB app was thanks to the Jets upsetting NE.  NE would have crushed Pitt like always if they met in the title game that year.

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Tomlin has a solid record although he got a total pass on his intentionally taking out special teamer  a couple years back, unlike Jets assistant that was crucified. The big problem here is Tomlin has to take all the blame for his team totally overlooking Jags with their obsession with Pats (an obsession any Jets fan can simpithize with). He was talking about Pats matchup for weeks. So does his long tearm record make up for this years  HUGE coaching screwup.

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13 minutes ago, nyjunc said:

I would be shocked if Pitt made a move, it's not the way they operate but Tomlin was handed the keys to a potential dynasty w/ a young HOF QB and only has 1 SB win and that was thanks in large part to a Brady injury and his 2nd SB app was thanks to the Jets upsetting NE.  NE would have crushed Pitt like always if they met in the title game that year.

This is why I always stand my my claim that only 2 or three teams historically can go toe to toe with the Patriots this decade and either A.) Beat them or B.) Make It WAY too close for their comfort almost every time.

 

everyone else gets destroyed every time out.

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20 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

This is why I always stand my my claim that only 2 or three teams historically can go toe to toe with the Patriots this decade and either A.) Beat them or B.) Make It WAY too close for their comfort almost every time.

 

everyone else gets destroyed every time out.

Remember Rex joking about that, that he wished somebody else could beat the pats besides him ha. All those teamed we faced in 09/10 playoffs were tougher teams than what made it this yr. colts with mannning, pitt was much tougher..

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God, the NFL is so reactionary. That's ridiculous. Seven playoff appearances in nine seasons, a Superbowl win and another appearance, three AFCCG appearances and they want to get rid of him over one game? Weeb Ewbank has an entire wing named after him and his team only won the Superbowl once and never even made the playoffs any other time. What would the Jets do if a coach led them to that kind of success? 

And guess what? The Jaguars were beating the Steelers when Cowher was there as well

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8 minutes ago, Jetsplayer21 said:

Remember Rex joking about that, that he wished somebody else could beat the pats besides him ha. All those teamed we faced in 09/10 playoffs were tougher teams than what made it this yr. colts with mannning, pitt was much tougher..

That's the one thing that Rex can claim. Since 2010, only the Jets and Broncos have beaten the Patriots at home in the playoffs. Go figure

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There is ZERO percent chance of Tomlin getting fired. That said, the game was really no where near as close as the score. Make no mistake, Jax can beat NE if the moment is not too big for them and the refs keep their bias a little in check. They really are built to beat NE. And Brady really is starting to show a little age.

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1 minute ago, johnnysd said:

There is ZERO percent chance of Tomlin getting fired. That said, the game was really no where near as close as the score. Make no mistake, Jax can beat NE if the moment is not too big for them and the refs keep their bias a little in check. They really are built to beat NE. And Brady really is starting to show a little age.

There is also zero chance of pitt winning another Super Bowl with that idiot as a coach. He made one of dumbest decisions in the history of the NFl. Surely is not his first, in Sunday’s game or in general.  The minority owners want him gone, so I don’t know how you come up with “ zero chance “ ha. 

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15 minutes ago, johnnysd said:

There is ZERO percent chance of Tomlin getting fired. That said, the game was really no where near as close as the score. Make no mistake, Jax can beat NE if the moment is not too big for them and the refs keep their bias a little in check. They really are built to beat NE. And Brady really is starting to show a little age.

Agreed, the refs are the key. If one of those garbage no TD calls are made in favor of the Patriots, hopefully that will spark the independent investigation that is needed into why those calls are always go the way of the Patsies

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1 hour ago, Matt39 said:

Can you blame them? Pittsburgh has a friggin All Star team and they gave up 40+ to Blake Bortles. With all the trash talking etc- that team has underachievied relative to their talent.

100% and lets be honest, he inherited a Super Bowl team and had very little do with them winning it all. 

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23 minutes ago, Freemanm said:

That's the one thing that Rex can claim. Since 2010, only the Jets and Broncos have beaten the Patriots at home in the playoffs. Go figure

Jets and Ravens, Denver beat them in Denver.

We are the ONLY team, to beat NE at NE in the div rd so the only team to beat Brady when he had a bye and a home game.  We love bashing Rex, Sanchez, Tannenbaum, etc... but what we did that year was special.

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34 minutes ago, Freemanm said:

God, the NFL is so reactionary. That's ridiculous. Seven playoff appearances in nine seasons, a Superbowl win and another appearance, three AFCCG appearances and they want to get rid of him over one game? Weeb Ewbank has an entire wing named after him and his team only won the Superbowl once and never even made the playoffs any other time. What would the Jets do if a coach led them to that kind of success? 

And guess what? The Jaguars were beating the Steelers when Cowher was there as well

Two words 'Franchise quarterback'  teams with long term franchise QBs have coaches that hang around everyone else gets canned.

Tomlin and Big Ben

Belly and Brady

McCarthy and Rogers

Wilson and Carrol

In my opinion there are really only a very few total top tier coaches in this league and whole lot of okay to terrible coaches.  you can survive a long time as an okay coach if you have a QB

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46 minutes ago, nyjunc said:

Jets and Ravens, Denver beat them in Denver.

We are the ONLY team, to beat NE at NE in the div rd so the only team to beat Brady when he had a bye and a home game.  We love bashing Rex, Sanchez, Tannenbaum, etc... but what we did that year was special.

Especially when you account we lost to NE 47-0? Weeks earlier. Nobody gave them a chance against rolling pats team at their house again in playoffs. We had lost Jim Leonard also for season is the blowout. Rex had a great D game plan. No way Todd Bowles would have got the team confident enough to come back and beat NE after that demoralizing loss weeks earlier. It’s too bad we didn’t have a decent qb 1 of those two yrs. 

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13 minutes ago, Jetsplayer21 said:

Especially when you account we lost to NE 47-0? Weeks earlier. Nobody gave them a chance against rolling pats team at their house again in playoffs. We had lost Jim Leonard also for season is the blowout. Rex had a great D game plan. No way Todd Bowles would have got the team confident enough to come back and beat NE after that demoralizing loss weeks earlier. It’s too bad we didn’t have a decent qb 1 of those two yrs. 

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1 hour ago, nyjunc said:

Jets and Ravens, Denver beat them in Denver.

We are the ONLY team, to beat NE at NE in the div rd so the only team to beat Brady when he had a bye and a home game.  We love bashing Rex, Sanchez, Tannenbaum, etc... but what we did that year was special.

If only we didn't sleep walk through the first half against Pitt the following week . . . We really were on the verge of one of the most special postseason runs in NFL history. 

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2 hours ago, nyjunc said:

I would be shocked if Pitt made a move, it's not the way they operate but Tomlin was handed the keys to a potential dynasty w/ a young HOF QB and only has 1 SB win and that was thanks in large part to a Brady injury and his 2nd SB app was thanks to the Jets upsetting NE.  NE would have crushed Pitt like always if they met in the title game that year.

I had a lot more respect for him early but lately I think he is simply average.  Big Ben covers a lot of mistakes.

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2 hours ago, joewilly12 said:

Pittsburgh wasn't the same team since Ryan Shazier got hurt. 

Mike Tomlin is a good coach top 10 in the NFL. 

@Obrien2Toon disagrees 

Top 10 coach - mind boggling people actually think this.

The guy routinely lets his team talk in the press creating a constant stream of bulletin board material.

He doesnt coordinate the offense, defense or special teams.

Has a HOF QB, best WR and top 3  RB in the league 

Has presided over defense that as out dated 5 years ago and consistently gets eaten alive by Brady yet refuses to change

Hes arguably the most overrated coach in the league.  Seeing him stand clueless on the sideline Sunday while a Jags offense that scored 10 points against bufflao ran up FORTY FIVE points on their team, should be all anyone needs to see to know he isnt the guy.

 

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1 hour ago, Freemanm said:

God, the NFL is so reactionary. That's ridiculous. Seven playoff appearances in nine seasons, a Superbowl win and another appearance, three AFCCG appearances and they want to get rid of him over one game? Weeb Ewbank has an entire wing named after him and his team only won the Superbowl once and never even made the playoffs any other time. What would the Jets do if a coach led them to that kind of success? 

And guess what? The Jaguars were beating the Steelers when Cowher was there as well

weeb made the playoffs in 1969 and won the nfl championship twice with the dolts.  i'd say he was a little more successful as a coach than tomlin.

the thing is, teams become a reflection of their coach.  tomlin has a punky streak and so do the steeler teams.  same thing with gruden's raiders.  the patsies?  they just cheat and know the rules backwards and forwards.

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