The Pittsburgh Steelers successfully blocked the path for the New England Patriots in winning tonight’s match.
The Pats were headed towards earning their tenth successive American Football Conference (AFC) East division title but was unsuccessful on this game.
With the final score of 17-10 tonight in favor of the Steelers, members of the football team have expressed their unbroken spirit in spite of fans calling for their team coach’s resignation.
Recently, followers of the Pittsburgh Steelers have recommended the firing of Michael Tomlin.
For the first time in five years, they are frustrated by the unanticipated threat of the Steelers not being able to play for the playoffs.
They thought it would be best to get rid of Tomlin following three successive defeats which have set the Steelers Nation into panic mode.
Apparently, Tomlin is more appreciated than criticized by his players though. Cameron Heyward emphasized that their coach is a responsible and dependable trainer.
He lauds the 16th head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers for being present whenever he needs him.
Heyward remarked that Tomlin is the kind of coach that he prefers to play for because he is the type of person determined for his team to win.
The 29-year-old defensive end believes that tonight’s game will be a success for the Steelers through Tomlin’s effective leadership.
Vance McDonald echoed Heyward’s perspective regarding Tomlin. He praised their trainer for distinguishing the team’s current position.
In addition, he said that the Steelers coach did not fail in giving an effective pep talk to his players, motivating them to courageously “stare adversity right in the face.”
The 28-year-old Pittsburgh Steelers tight end affirmed that their head coach knows his players quite well, especially their playing experiences, talents, and potential achievements.
This acknowledgment enables the team members to understand themselves and what they can achieve in their football careers in the near future.
In tonight’s game against the defiant New England Patriots, the Pittsburgh Steelers were on their way to their first triumph over Bill Belichick’s team since 2011.
At the Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the team dominated the time of possession.
During halftime, the Steelers took a 14-7 ascendancy and was able to conclude the contest with the victory on their side successfully.