(ESPN) FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- It wouldn't be a New England Patriots game without some drama involving off-the-field strategy.
Pittsburgh Steelers coaches were upset that their coach-to-coach headsets picked up the Patriots' radio broadcast for the majority of the first half of Thursday night's game, which New England went on to win 28-21.
When pressed after the game, an unhappy Mike Tomlin said headset issues have occurred repeatedly in New England.
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