Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin isn't taking Terry Bradshaw's criticism lightly. Tomlin responded during his Tuesday press conference, calling Bradshaw's comments "unprofessional" and throwing a not-so-subtle jab the Steelers legend's way. "Terms like 'cheerleader guy,' to me, maybe fall outside of bounds of critique or criticism," Tomlin told reporters. "They probably fall more toward the area of disrespect and unprofessional. But what do I know? I grew up a Dallas fan. Particularly a [Thomas] 'Hollywood' Henderson fan." Tomlin was referring to the former Cowboys linebacker who once said of Bradshaw: "He couldn't spell cat if you spotted him the C and the A."