Coach Mike Tomlin is going all in with his Pittsburgh Steelers

Forget the one game at a time mantra.

Coach Mike Tomlin is going all in with his Pittsburgh Steelers, who clash with the New England Patriots in Week 15 at home.

I m going to embrace the elephant in the room. The game is going to be fireworks,
Tomlin told NBC s Tony Dungy in a sitdown interview that aired Sunday
before the Steelers 31 28 win over the Green Bay Packers. And it s
probably going to be Part 1. That s going to be a big game.


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victory should be more alarming than satisfying, at least from a
defensive standpoint.

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Tom Brady took eight hits in Sunday s victory over the Dolphins, but
Patriots coach Bill Belichick didn t think twice about keeping his
quarterback in the game late in the fourth quarter with New England
leading 35 17.

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On a day of sloppy football with little flow, the Patriots leaned on
an old reliable to help pull them push through in a win over the

But probably, if we re both doing what we re supposed to, the
second one is really going to be a big game. Then what happens in the
first is going to set up the second one, which is going to determine the location of the second one.

Since the summer, the Steelers have been open about wanting to secure home field advantage to combat the Patriots or other AFC suitors.

The Steelers have struggled mightily against New England, which has
won four straight and five of its past six against Pittsburgh, with Tom
Brady throwing for 18 touchdowns and zero interceptions over his past
six meetings.

That won t stop Tomlin from forecasting a trip to Minnesota in February.

We should win it all James White Jersey, Tomlin said.
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