Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was steaming mad last night, and it was hilarious to watch reporters act as if they didn’t hear what was coming out of his mouth.

He said it loud and clear.

It always happens here.”

Tomlin confirmed that his team experienced problems with its coach-to-coach communications system during a 28-21 loss to the New England Patriots Thursday night in the NFL’s season-opening game.

The coach said that they listened to the Patriots radio broadcast for a bulk of the first half. Tomlin didn’t come out and say the Patriots were cheating, but acknowledge the “issues” at hand.

“I’m not indicating nothing. I’m telling you what happened.”

The NFL is actually in control of game-day communications systems, and blamed the problems on “a stadium power infrastructure issue.”

By Glenn Erby

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