'Sick of normal white dudes talking on sports,' Super Bowl champ suggests racial bowl.

– Rashard Mendenhall criticizes NFL analysts, particularly "average white guys," on social media.

– He expresses frustration with their football commentary and suggests replacing the Pro Bowl with an "All-Black vs. All-White bowl."

– Mendenhall specifically comments on criticism of the Pittsburgh Steelers and questions the scrutiny on head coach Mike Tomlin's playoff record.

– He highlights the one-year experience of quarterback Kenny Pickett, emphasizing the historical context of playoff losses and the consistent presence of Ben Roethlisberger.

– J.J. Watt humorously responds, acknowledging the potential challenges his team would face in an "All-Black vs. All-White bowl," particularly against speedy players like Tyreek Hill.

– Mendenhall played college football at Illinois and had a successful career with the Steelers from 2008 to 2012, winning Super Bowl XLIII under Coach Tomlin.

– He questions the fairness of scrutinizing Tomlin's playoff record without considering the quarterback situations during those losses.

– Mendenhall provides context to his comments by pointing out that he was part of the Steelers team that won Super Bowl XLIII, Tomlin's first championship.

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