In his meticulous review of Bills game film the past two days, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin sees a Buffalo team that’s on the come.
“It looks like a group that’s kind of coming together,” said Tomlin. “The guys are getting comfortable in their roles and they’re playing good football because of it. Continuity is a good thing. They look like a team that’s gaining momentum because of continuity.”
It’s clear that Tomlin has respect for what Chan Gailey has done in year one with a Bills team that admittedly had a losing culture.
Tomlin also said he wasn’t surprised at all by how the Bills game against the Bengals played out.
“I thought they (Bills) had control of the game, truth be known,” said Tomlin. “I thought they probably stopped themselves a little bit early on. I know that they probably had that perspective on it. I thought they were moving the ball pretty fluidly throughout. I’m not surprised by that football game.”
Tags: Chan Gailey, Mike Tomlin
Posted in Inside the Bills