Mike Tomlin's reflections and analysis of the 2009 season are cloudy.áHe is still too close to the confusion that comes from finishing a disaster of a season on an upswing. At one point, the season was truly capable of standing as a gorgeous parallel to the championship season of 2008. In the end, crude execution through November left every player on this team with a share of the blame.á2009 revealed a fun house mirror reflection of the team that had so recently climbed to the top. á As Tomlin addressed the media regarding possible explanations of the improvident spirit of his team, the issue of a locker room poisoned by selfish players was raised once again. Tomlin upheld James Harrison's comments about selfish players with bad attitudes. He then dubbed selfishness as "part of the game ...
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