Tomlin: No Opinion On Seymour Fine
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -The Pittsburgh Steelers improved to 7-3 on the year with a 35-3 drubbing of the Oakland Raiders. Now, the focus has shifted to Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.
Head coach Mike Tomlin talked to the media during his weekly press conference Tuesday afternoon. It was no surprise that the first question he took was about Richard Seymour.
Seymour was ejected in the second quarter for slugging Ben Roethlisberger in the head after a touchdown pass.
Tomlin said he didn’t have an opinion about the $25,000 fine assessed to Seymour. He said his focus is on things having to do with the Steelers. He went on to say that the fine is between Seymour and the NFL.
The Steelers are now looking ahead to their road matchup with the Buffalo Bills (2-8) on Sunday.
While it may look like an easy win on paper, Buffalo has won their last two games. Prior to those wins, the team lost to Baltimore, Kansas City and Chicago by a combined total of nine points.
Tomlin is looking forward to playing a team like the Bills because it will keep his players sharp ahead of a Week 13 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.
You can watch Sunday’s game on KDKA-TV at 1 p.m.