Steelers-Chiefs: Poor Play Calling Costs Steelers Win Again

Posted: 22nd November 2009 by Nick Signorelli in NFL
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For the second week in a row, coaching blunders have cost the Pittsburgh Steelers a victory, putting their playoff hopes in jeopardy. While the players on the field made mental mistakes, from the opening kickoff, the coaching decisions have put the Steelers in the hole they may not be able to overcome once December starts. The Steelers special teams remained a joke, allowing ANOTHER kickoff to be returned for a touchdown, their fourth this year and third in three games. Arnold Harrison was the sacrificial lamb this past week, bringing Donovan Woods up from the practice squad. Mike Tomlin said he did not want to put a band aid on the problem, even though a band aid may have been enough to keep the Chiefs from returning the opening kickoff for a score andáa 7-0 lead, 16 seconds into the gam ...

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