Adam Schein: Mike Tomlin saved the Ravens’ season

Radio host Adam Schein attends SiriusXM at Super Bowl XLIX Radio Row at the Phoenix Convention Center on January 30, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Radio host Adam Schein attends SiriusXM at Super Bowl XLIX Radio Row at the Phoenix Convention Center on January 30, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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You’re tied 20-20 in overtime. You have the chance to win the game with a 50-yard field goal on fourth down, but your kicker has already missed two kicks greater than 40 yards in the game? What do you do?

For coach Mike Tomlin, the trust was broken in Josh Scobee, so the Steelers went for it – and failed to convert a fourth down pass attempt by Michael Vick.

Moments later the Ravens were celebrating a 23-20 victory.

On Mad Dog Sports Radio, Adam Schein explained why he feels Tomlin blew it with his decisions Thursday night.

“Congratulations to Mike Tomlin saving the Ravens’ season,” said Schein. “Tomlin won the game for the Baltimore Ravens. If I’m a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers I’m sick. I’m guessing most of Steeler Nation didn’t sleep last night, because that was an absolute disgrace.”

Schein continued.

“A fourth-and-1 from the Baltimore 33. Four plays, few yards. Do you know how many times Le’Veon Bell carried the football? Zero. This goes against logic, this goes against football, this goes against life.”

On Bleacher Report Radio, Tony Scags created a Public Service announcement for coach Tomlin for not running the football more in overtime.

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