Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 12/26/12

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ season came to an unceremonious end at home against the Cincinnati Bengals. Super Bowl hopes and dreams are over for the 2012 season, but we fans will not stop watching the games. Now, it is time to find other things to root for. First and foremost, Steelers fans should be ready to root against the Bengals. For the second year in a row, they will sneak into the playoffs, and for the second year in a row, they have no business being there.… Read more

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  • I hope whats next is the firing of Tomlin, Haley and Big shot Colbert, a major shakeup and overhaul needs to be done and Tomlin should be the first, after Cowhers team has depleted it shows just how much he can coach, which he cant, he lost the team, its undisciplined, un motivated, same penalties never rectified, nothing changed and its all on him period, the experiment is over it was a failure.
  • holy crap !! somebody out there has seen the light !!! maybe tomlin could take a good team and make it great,but he sure as hell could not take a bad team and make it good !! he sucks and should be fired !! take all that blustery bravado he has shown on post games etc and go elsewhere !!!
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