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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Mike Tomlin on Super Bowl XLV Lessons

Gotta Love Mike Tomlin's flair for simplicity. The Tribune Review's Scott Brown quoted him as saying this, in reference to Super Bowl XLV:

Q: What have you learned from the Super Bowl loss?

A: If you turn the ball over you decrease your chance of winning if you don’t get any turnovers. It’s pretty obvious. When you’re minus three and you have the ball and an opportunity to win it at the end of the game, you really should consider yourself fortunate – in the big scheme of things.

Can't say it much more plain than that.

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