Despite winning his first game Sunday, a salty Tomlin said Tuesday he is making sure his Steelers do not enjoy it in one sense.
Tomlin: There will be no more somersault into the end zone celebrations. There is the potential for injury. That simple.
— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) October 15, 2013
So that means no more of this.
Personally, we loved Emmanuel Sanders' flip, but admittedly it did have somewhat of an un-Steelers-esque feel to it. No matter — the move, and its sister maneuvers, are banned.
But after taking away this, and having already removed games in the locker room such as shuffleboard, ping pong and pool, how else can Tomlin tighten the noose? Maybe's he's employing the same strategy as the fictional female owner of the Cleveland Indians in "Major League" — they only started playing their best ball once the hot water was removed from the showers.
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