Mike Tomlin seemed bulletproof for much of the season. With a few exceptions, very few people were willing to criticize him openly, even as nearly everyone was machine gunning Bruce Arians with a mix of fair and well-earned criticism and toxic venom not fit for print. Once it became clear that the season was lost following an inexplicable and humiliating humbling at the hands of the Browns, the floor fell out on TomlinÆs once-golden reputation. Now, one of the loudest questions being asked is ôWhat do we do about Tomlin?ö The criticism directed his way is deserved, if a little late. He did nothing to address the deficiencies in the play calling and appeared lost in the face of adversity. While the Steelers certainly need to replace their offensive coordinator and special teams coach, To ...
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