Sport Tomlin accuses refs of using video board to penalize Steelers

12:34  14 september  2017
12:34  14 september  2017 Source:   Sportsnaut

Mike Tomlin: 'I'm done with' talking about Le'Veon Bell's holdout

  Mike Tomlin: 'I'm done with' talking about Le'Veon Bell's holdout Mike Tomlin said Bell's tepid performance in Week 1 isn't an indicator of the rest of the running back's season.The Steelers managed to squeak by the Browns, 21-18, but Bell's best play of the game was a 10-yard reception from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. On the ground, he ran for just 32 yards on 10 touches.

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Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is not happy that, in his mind, Sunday’s referees used the video board to throw a flag on his team.

On Wednesday, Tomlin accused the referees of flagging cornerback William Gay for unnecessary roughness only after seeing a replay of the questionable hit on the video board after not taking any action upon seeing it live.

Tomlin made clear that he had no problem with the play being flagged, but that the process behind the penalty set a very troubling precedent.

“I’m a big player safety guy. I’m on the competition committee,” Tomlin said, via Joe Rutter of the Tribune-Review. “Very rarely are you going to hear arguments from me regarding calls relative to that, provided they are done in real time. I thought they called it off the JumboTron, and I won’t accept that.”

Mike Tomlin: 'I'm done with' talking about Le'Veon Bell's holdout

  Mike Tomlin: 'I'm done with' talking about Le'Veon Bell's holdout Mike Tomlin said Bell's tepid performance in Week 1 isn't an indicator of the rest of the running back's season.The Steelers managed to squeak by the Browns, 21-18, but Bell's best play of the game was a 10-yard reception from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. On the ground, he ran for just 32 yards on 10 touches.

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There have been instances in the past where referees have been suspected of getting outside help on penalty flags, which is explicitly against the rules, as this would be as well. If it did indeed happen this way, Tomlin has a right to be concerned.

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