The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered their worst loss of Mike Tomlin's 16-year tenure as head coach on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
The Steelers were down 31-3 at halftime and lost 38-3. It was the franchise's worst defeat since Week 1 of the 1989 season, when they fell to the Cleveland Browns 51-0.
"Was I satisfied with the effort? We just got smashed," Tomlin said in his near seven-minute press conference. "Like, what are we talking about here guys?"
Tomlin said that he is "absolutely" willing to make more personnel changes after replacing Mitch Trubisky with Kenny Pickett this past week.
"You play like we played today, you've got to be open to doing whatever is required to change the outcome of these games." Tomlin said. "And so that's a given. ... I think everyone understands where we are and what transpired today, and it is not cool. So you can draw whatever conclusions you want to draw from it. That's just the realities of our business at this level."