Ping Pong, Pool Tables Are To Blame For Pittsburgh Steelers' 0-4 Start

By Devin O'Barr
Mike Tomlin
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Mike Tomlin has had it with this underachieving Pittsburgh Steelers‘ team.

Pittsburgh’s popular head coach recently told any Steelers’ player without four years of NFL experience to steer clear of the games available in the locker room. However, games like ping pong and pool have now been outlawed team wide as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger can no longer shoot some stick in between meetings, which is a downright shame!

Is Tomlin losing his marbles?

The 0-4 record for the Steelers has absolutely nothing to do with cue balls or table tennis mallets. Besides, a veteran team like Pittsburgh shouldn’t have to worry about silly clubhouse games ruining the product on the field. Tomlin is only a few years removed from a Lombardi Trophy, which is rather surprising considering how far this infamous franchise has fallen.

Pittsburgh has had leadership issues from the beginning of the 2013 season, so this most recent story of Tomlin being on a power trip isn’t exactly a shock. One thing is for certain; James Harrison is currently atop the AFC North with Cincinnati Bengals and he is more than likely smiling down at the Steelers, who showed Harrison the door this off-season after 10 years in Black and Gold.


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