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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 7:34 pm    Post subject: Week 6: Other Games Reply with quote

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Seems like Jason has better technique over his twin...
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The Titans are garbage but the Steelers aren't their usual excellent selves.
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That looked like pretty bad effort from Wallace to get the ball in.
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Nice punt block.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mcmurtry86 wrote:
The Titans are garbage but the Steelers aren't their usual excellent selves.
Don't expect the Steelers to be 'their excellent selves' for a while. Their defense just isn't that good anymore.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NinjaZX6R wrote:
Seems like Jason has better technique over his twin...

Twin switch theory gaining in plausibility...
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It's amazing how the Steelers have more bodies in their backfield than the Wu-Tang Clan and still can't run the ball worth a damn, even with a top-10 [top-5 on a good day] QB and one of the deepest receiving groups in the league.
Certainly puts that whole "Ridley and Bolden are only running well because of Tom Brady" thing in perspective.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 10:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pretty well convinced the Steelers aren't a good team this season.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tzimisce wrote:
It's amazing how the Steelers have more bodies in their backfield than the Wu-Tang Clan and still can't run the ball worth a damn, even with a top-10 [top-5 on a good day] QB and one of the deepest receiving groups in the league.
Certainly puts that whole "Ridley and Bolden are only running well because of Tom Brady" thing in perspective.


Great analogy Laughing

Even if Pittsburgh struggles, playoff spots will be easier to come by than usual this season in the AFC.
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24isthelaw wrote:
Tzimisce wrote:
It's amazing how the Steelers have more bodies in their backfield than the Wu-Tang Clan and still can't run the ball worth a damn, even with a top-10 [top-5 on a good day] QB and one of the deepest receiving groups in the league.
Certainly puts that whole "Ridley and Bolden are only running well because of Tom Brady" thing in perspective.


Great analogy :lol:

Even if Pittsburgh struggles, playoff spots will be easier to come by than usual this season in the AFC.

Barring any craziness, the Pats, Ravens, Texans and Chargers/Broncos are pretty much locks. That leaves two spots for the 2nd place AFCW team, the Steelers, the Bengals, the Colts and possibly the Dolphins to fight over. I'd be more than a little worried if I was a Steelers fan at this point.
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Richter wrote:
24isthelaw wrote:
Tzimisce wrote:
It's amazing how the Steelers have more bodies in their backfield than the Wu-Tang Clan and still can't run the ball worth a damn, even with a top-10 [top-5 on a good day] QB and one of the deepest receiving groups in the league.
Certainly puts that whole "Ridley and Bolden are only running well because of Tom Brady" thing in perspective.


Great analogy :lol:

Even if Pittsburgh struggles, playoff spots will be easier to come by than usual this season in the AFC.

Barring any craziness, the Pats, Ravens, Texans and Chargers/Broncos are pretty much locks. That leaves two spots for the 2nd place AFCW team, the Steelers, the Bengals, the Colts and possibly the Dolphins to fight over. I'd be more than a little worried if I was a Steelers fan at this point.
Suprised you included the colts in there. I haven't watched them much this year but what I did see makes the playoffs seem like a long shot.
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ConnPatFan wrote:
Richter wrote:
24isthelaw wrote:
Tzimisce wrote:
It's amazing how the Steelers have more bodies in their backfield than the Wu-Tang Clan and still can't run the ball worth a damn, even with a top-10 [top-5 on a good day] QB and one of the deepest receiving groups in the league.
Certainly puts that whole "Ridley and Bolden are only running well because of Tom Brady" thing in perspective.


Great analogy :lol:

Even if Pittsburgh struggles, playoff spots will be easier to come by than usual this season in the AFC.

Barring any craziness, the Pats, Ravens, Texans and Chargers/Broncos are pretty much locks. That leaves two spots for the 2nd place AFCW team, the Steelers, the Bengals, the Colts and possibly the Dolphins to fight over. I'd be more than a little worried if I was a Steelers fan at this point.
Suprised you included the colts in there. I haven't watched them much this year but what I did see makes the playoffs seem like a long shot.

The defense is getting better, and Luck is the real deal. As he matures, the offense will be good enough to win them a few games. I wouldn't put them as favorites or anything, but 9-7 is definitely reasonable, and could win a wild card spot.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Plus it doesn't hurt that their schedule is a cakewalk.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The 1 PM games tomorrow are really underwhelming

Dallas/Baltimore is the only halfway appealing matchup

Next week's slate of games is even worse outside of Houston/Baltimore (probably the most important non Patriots game of the year). Pittsburgh/Cincinnati on SNF could be interesting but otherwise it's a pretty ugly selection.
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