Steelers all-time sack leader and one of the most intimidating people walking the Earth is officially retired from killing quarterbacks and stopped by The Herd today to talk about the difference between playing for Pittsburgh compared to his brief stint to finish his career with the Patriots.
Colin has long taken heat for criticizing the Steelers and Mike Tomlin as heavy on emotion and lacking attention to detail, but Harrison confirmed it. He said Pittsburgh need to be more disciplined, especially regarding time management in late game situations (the end of the Week 15 game against the Patriots comes to mind).
Harrison didn’t hesitate to say that the coaching in New England was better in every aspect, from discipline to gameplanning, to the preparation regimen. On the topic of Brady vs. Big Ben, James said he’s a Big Ben guy, but was won over by Brady’s treatment of everyone on the team, regardless of time with the team. He thought Tom was a fake at first, but soon realized he was the real deal.
Watch Harrison talk Pats vs. Steelers and Brady vs. Big Ben in a great sit down.
“It’s more regimented. It’s more disciplined. The [Patriots] coaching is better to be honest with you. The plans they put together are better.”@jharrison9292 on the differences between the Patriots and Steelers pic.twitter.com/bGW2Ej7uYa
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) July 19, 2018