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What's wrong with what the Bus said?

So, Jerome Bettis threw his teammates under the Bus?

Bettis was right on target in his criticisms about the Steelers' running backs and offensive linemen in the team's 13-10 overtime win against the Titans.

If you didn't see his column in, you can check it out here.

Bettis didn't like the play of Willie Parker, Rashard Mendenhall and the linemen.

On ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption," coach Mike Tomlin jokingly offered Bettis a job.

Maybe it was as running back, but it wouldn't hurt as a lineman, either.

Do people disagreeing with Bettis think he's out of line because those are his teammates?

If you want to disagree with the Bus, do so for not telling us anything new and for not offering any new insight.


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