last Friday, Professional Football Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw, who won four Super Bowls as quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers, stood out as truly newsworthy when he disparagingly called current Steelers mentor Mike Tomlin “an incredible team promoter fellow.”
As a visitor on Fox Sports 1’s “Represent Yourself,” Bradshaw was inquired as to whether Tomlin is a tip top NFL head mentor and Bradshaw reacted, “I don’t believe he’s an awesome mentor by any stretch of the imagination. He’s a pleasant mentor. To me, I’ve said this, I believe he’s an incredible team promoter fellow.” Baltimore, in exciting design, to win the division,On Sunday, the Steelers beat their AFC North opponents.It is the seventh time in Tomlin’s 10 seasons as mentor that he has driven Pittsburgh to the postseason (he’s 102-57, or .651 in the normal season); he has two AFC Championships and one Super Bowl win, and has never had a sub-.500 season. In the event that there is a thump on Tomlin, it’s that the Steelers have not won a postseason diversion since 2010, going 0-for-3 from that point forward.
Expression of what Bradshaw said normally returned to the Steelers players, and despite the fact that Bradshaw is a Pittsburgh legend, they defended their mentor.
“We weren’t cheerful about it,” veteran watch David DeCastro said. “Ideally it will fire us up whatever remains of the way.
What’s more, fourth year inside linebacker took to Twitter to toss a little shade at Bradshaw:
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger cited a great melody: “What did Kansas say? dirt in the twist.”