The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to find ways to win games they could’ve lost.
Regardless of the rival or how ugly it can get, you can always leave it to Mike Tomlin and his boys to find a way to get the job done.
That’s why former Steelers offensive lineman Willie Colon celebrated on “The Carton Show” set and claimed it just doesn’t matter how the team manages to win; all that matters is that they actually get the win.
"6-3 we find a way! A win is a win. They're stacking dubs! Are we good in all of this? No. Did we win? Yes."
— The Carton Show (@TheCartonShow) November 13, 2023
Colon mocked Jameis Winston and stated that the Steelers are “eating dubs” like him and hold a 6-3 record, which is the only thing that matters.
Truth be told, he’s right on point there.
It’s better to win playing badly than to lose playing well.
Of course, there are some serious and valid concerns, and it’s not like the Green Bay Packers continue to be the powerhouse they used to be during the Aaron Rodgers era, but still, all that matters is that the team managed to add another number to the win column.
Mike Tomlin is one of the savviest and best coaches in the game, and he’ll always give you a chance to win.
The Steelers defense will also rise to the occasion in the most critical times, and even Kenny Pickett has shown that he can thrive when the game is on the line.
Is it pretty? No.
Can it give fans a heart attack? Perhaps.
But at the end of the day, the team is three games above .500, and they’ll take that any day of the week.