Found September 23, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
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The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped to 0-3 on the season thanks to their 40-23 loss Sunday night to Chicago Bears and below is the transcript of the Mike Tomlin press conference following the game courtesy of steelers.com. Mike Tomlin: Obviously, you’re not going to win football games when you’re turning the ball over in the manner in which we did. It produced direct points. It produced other point opportunities. You’re not going to beat anybody in the NFL playing like that. We’ve got to get better. We know it. We understand it. It doesn’t make it any less painful but that’s just the reality of where we are. Not enough tonight. Not enough to overcome that. I don’t know if it will ever be enough to overcome that type of turnover deficit. We’ve got to take better care of the football. We acknowledge that those guys are one of the best in the world at getting it. We talked about it all week, but it did change the outcome of this football game, and for that we were below the line, obviously...
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