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Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is proud of his team after a 23-20 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. “That was a good performance in a lot of areas by a lot of people, but particularly after the first initial drive there where we turned the ball over,” Tomlin said in his post-game comments. “I thought we were able to settle down and find rhythm and establish the running game and convert some third downs. I thought the defense was game today. A lot of quality efforts by a lot of people” A week after allowing the New England patriots to score 55 points, the Steelers went back to basics — run the ball, make tackles and get after the quarterback. “We tackled well. It’s fundamental,” Tomlin said. “You maintain your ground, you shed blocks, you make tackles and you’re where you’re supposed to be. That’s what we were able to do.” The Bills 

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