Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin Calls NFL Penalties A Joke: "I'm Pissed"
Fans following the present NFL season are having a tough time watching all these roughing the passer calls. It's a ache to observe a few of the most uneventful tackles, or straight up authorized strikes, get referred to as as penalties. There's even an ongoing joke surrounding the Greenbay Packers' Clay Matthews, who has been flagged for a few of the most ridiculous performs. Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has spoken professionally about his worries in the case of the yellow flags flying up and down the sector. After the Steelers versus Tampa Bay Buccaneers match that featured 4 roughing the passer calls and 22 complete penalties, Tomlin made his issues identified. It's been two weeks since then, and he is dropped a few of the professionalism to vent from the guts.
As reported by ESPN, Tomlin referred to as a few of the calls a "joke," after he was requested a couple of facemask penalty. While he did agree that the facemask name appeared professional, he wasn't impressed by many different calls. "But a few of the different stuff, man, is a joke," Tomlin acknowledged. "We gotta get higher as a National Football League. Man, these penalties are costing folks video games and jobs. We gotta get 'em appropriate. And so I am pissed about it, to be fairly trustworthy with you. But that is all I am gonna say on it." Steelers linebackers T.J. Watt and Jon Bostic have been each hit with roughing the passer calls this previous Sunday versus the Falcons.