Is Roethlisberger’s True Allegiance To Himself Or Is His Team Put First?

January 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Despite all the speculation surrounding the release of Bruce Arians from his duties as offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers, it has not come to pass. He will finish out the final season of his four-year contract.
With his being kept on staff, more speculation has since come to surface.
One debate centers around who really runs the show in Pittsburgh.
-Did Mike Tomlin keep Arians simply to pad his own stats, as a way to avoid an offensive rebuilding season and a possible losing record?
-Did the Rooneys make Tomlin keep Arians on, as a way to keep Ben Roethlisberger happy?
-Did Roethlisberger's very own influence possibly sway Tomlin's decision?
Or, quite simply...
-Did Tomlin make the decision on his own because he truly felt it was the best thing for the team?
Many questions have come to pass, and not a single person can answer any of them except Tomlin himself. But don't expect anything more than a "run of the mill" answe...

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