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The Pittsburgh Steelers are walking on thin ice right now.
That’s why they cannot leave any stone unturned and will need as much help as they can get to make sure they take care of business vs. the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
With that in mind, they elevated two veterans from their practice squad, Myles Jack and Eric Rowe, and while they might not have a big role in the game, it’s clear that they’re looking to get experienced guys out there when it matters the most (via Aaron Wilson).
#Steelers elevated Myles Jack and Eric Rowe
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) December 30, 2023
Mike Tomlin’s team has been tangled up in several controversies this season.
From George Pickens’ antics on and off social media to Ben Roethlisberger calling the coaches and the offense out.
They even made their first in-season coaching staff firing in decades, and some started questioning whether Tomlin had already outstayed his stay with the organization.
Of course, none of that will matter if the Black & Gold scrape its way to another postseason berth as they usually do, which is why a win over Pete Carroll’s squad is so vital.
Tomlin is one of the best coaches in the game and perhaps the best when he’s got his back against the wall and isn’t expected to win, and history has shown that you can never count him or the Steelers out of any game.
Now, they’ll have to work that magic once again as they face another team desperately craving a win to keep their postseason hopes alive as well.
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