http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3142456 Some of the comments concern me that the Steelers may be a little too confident in their ability to stop the Patriots. The Steelers haven't really been playing well enough to justify the comments, in my opinion -- they should just let their play do the talking.I think a team needs to go into a game confident. Were the Eagles or Ravens playing well enough to justify comments like those before they played the Pats? True, they don't want to get too cockey that could backfire on them, but what's wrong with going into
weather will be a big factor and considering the sloppy conditions we have played in the past 2 week and a better field too play on .I like our chances Steelers..27 .Pat's .21 .With you on the win .maybe 20-17 though. We won't be scoring much but hopefully won't be allowing much, either. Our DL will make or break it. I just hope the Steelers play this one in ALL 4 quarters instead of the 3rd and 4th. We all know they're a strong second-half team, but always seem to piddle around the 1st and 2nd quarters. If we have the lead or are within a TD
him today would have been flagged for illegal contact based on last year's rules Figure the TE may have some sort of impact, the rest will be a wash. This is an 11-5 team at best, independent of this draft. The effect will be told in 2008. Teams figured out Rothlisberger at the end of the year last year, just like they did with Stewart at the end of '97. We'll see if Rothlisberger and the Steelers can adjust. The TE may be a big factor in their ability to do that. Bill, Grand Pooh-Bah and Dictactor for Life - Just another mindless jerk who
Do they keep Ben Roethlisberger after his suspension or do that let him go and go on a decade long search for a decent quarterback? Ain't too many quarterbacks out there who have won multiple Super Bowls without ever losing one. As a matter of fact, there ain't none. Roethlisberger may be a little bit ignorant and crude around women but he sure can play. And he ain't no criminal or drug user either.No, he's not a criminal. He's a big dumb kid unable to discern
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Steelers executive. 2.) Sign Hines Ward, who has one year left on his contract, to a long-term deal. He represents the heart and soul of the team. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05030/450046.stm Sunday, January 30, 2005 By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Slick posters from the Steelers' 2004 season robbed some Steelers playoff teams in the 1990s of top talent, won't be a large factor this year. They may lose Plaxico Burress, but Antwaan Randle El is ready to fill that role if they do. They may lose Kendrell Bell, but he was lost for the season anyway and Larry Foote
big fat buffoon pretending to be a head coach. If you look at the multiple repeat Super Bowl winners of the recent past such as the Steelers and the Patriots you will see three head coaches with no sense of humor at all and a businesslike attitude towards playing football. So from now on when a team gets tired of its head coach (hint, hint, Cowboys and Chargers and Jets) they should look for the coach with the least sense of humor among the guys they interview. Belichick and Tomlin may never get a fun-filled HBO special made over them but they are the kind of head coaches who plan to
shut. This means he won't be able to eat solid foods for weeks and will be fed through a straw. Ben's weight loss will have a huge impact not only on his recovery but also on his performance on the field. Because of this alone I don't think he will be starting this season for the steelers. Most likely his knees only have road rash from scraping along the concrete and this shouldn't be the biggest concern for us steeler fans. GET BETTER SOON BEN!They can have him slurping protein drinks, no? I don't think his nutrition will be a big issue.Even if nutrition is an issue
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with Willie Parker and Dante Brown (practice squad) than Verron Haynes. One of them would be a big change of pace on 3rd downs over Haynes. They are both very quick which is something Pittsburgh doesn't have in the backfield. Kudos to Jerome the last two weeks especially, but he is still at the end of his career even though he looks better than he has the last 3 years. The O Line may have something to do with that and an accurate QB. One for the THUMB!Veron is much better at catching the ball and making big plays with the rock after he catches it. We seen that perfect pass to Parker
be a lot on the line at Heinz Field on Sunday when the Steelers and Ravens meet. For the Steelers, a bye week and home field advantage throughout the playoffs hang in the balance. For the Ravens, staying in the hunt for a wild card playoff spot is on the line. But when the game kicks off at 1 p.m., the only thought that is going to be going through the minds of Steelers players is - this is Baltimore and a win is a It's Baltimore and the Steelers and it's going to be a big rivalry game. You take it as it comes. Whatever else happens
http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/tribune-review/trib/mostread/s_386640.html I was really excited when they picked him up, and he didn't dissapoint till the Patriot game ..damn them!!! :0)[email protected]
says You and me both. He will be a big factor for the Steelers, IMO. Staley is one of the players you like no matter what team he's on. He's a real pro. One of my favorite players.
INT, 102.9 rating Just because Parker is killing teams doesn't mean the QB isn't playing well also. I'll be the first to admit that Ben was awful last year. He turned the ball over seemingly every other time he dropped back, and he had whole games where it was completely obvious that he didn't have a clue. There are a number of reasons for that. He had injuries, the motorcycle thing really whipped him, and he certainly had a big head coming off the SB win. But let's face it, for two out of his first three years, he's been awesome, and
. If notGandy, we shoudl haave gotten some other OL. Why they were overconfident in this OL is an example of amazing arrogance. They just pretty much stood pat this year, just adding a TE they ahvent used much more than Bruener. Troy , even if he pans out, will not be a huge factor this year.You're right of course. Now if these guys were really smart they could had pawned off Smith on another team for draft choices or a chance to move up in the draft for say swapping the first 3 choices? I bet the Minn. would had jumped at that. Imagine swapping drafts with the Vikings! We could had
Got this from the Post Gazette. I hope this is not a set back for Ben. Is this going to be a big deal? I hope he will be alright on Monday. in auditions for goal-line offense Sunday, August 06, 2006 By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Peter Diana, Post-Gazette Tight end Jerame Tuman blocks James Harrison in practice yesterday at Saint Vincent College. Click photo for larger image. The defense dresses in gold jerseys and the offense in white during practice, which is why something was amiss when two gold jerseys lined up among the whites as the second teams began their live
. Take right here in the 'Burgh for instance. We've got KDKA who is the sister of the radio station that brings you Big Fred Houseburger and Rush Limpbaugh. 'Nuff said about them right there. Then there's WPXI who, when the stigma attached to Fox News business yeah there may be a ring of truth in his jokes but get this t h e y a r e j o k e s (spelled real slow so you'd get it) .Showing video of a GOP stalwart saying something a few years, months, weeks (or days) ago that they have since flatly denied saying is a classic Daily Show
The Ben-Gals are the home team for the little berg where Ben grew up. You know that somewhere down inside Ben has an issue with going to Cincy to play. This will be a big test for the big man. A win this weekend will be huge for the moral of this team .. As I see it the Chiefs will not go 0 and 4 so they'll stomp on the rafhens on Monday night.Gibbs needs a win after this past monday's loss to the cal-girls so put the brownies down in flames if we win 3 and 1 and first place early in the season . sweet .ummm isn't the game in Pittsburgh this week???From:
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I mean, IF/IF the Steelers play the game they way they want, with no bonehead turnovers, what can the Pats do to win? I don't think Cory Dillion is going to be the game-changing factor. Individual RBs are less a factor then the offensive line and the O's ability to block and open up holes. (This is why it seems that all Steelers RBs have a lot of success.) The other factor in a RBs success (probably the biggest factor) is the opposing team's ability to stop the run. And the Steelers are #1 in that area, no matter who the individual RBs are. And the Steelers stuffed the Pats
Draft a BIG back that can score on goal to go situations and this team will be a contender for many years to come. Then pick up a few OL'ers and were set. Mendenhall isn't the answer either. WE NEED A BRUISER THAT CAN SCORE, Mr. Rooney.I agree 100% brother. Zach