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Old 10-02-2019, 06:06 AM
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Adios,Big Bum!
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Old 10-02-2019, 06:26 AM
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Originally Posted by meritmat View Post
and they traded there first round pic. That's going to be a top 10 pick
and they received a top 10 pick with a year of experience and a proven NFL player unlike the other bums they have drafted in the secondary!
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Old 10-04-2019, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by STEELA View Post


the issue Russ, he runs the offense and sets a terrible example by the Wednesday off and refusing to play under center. He just wants to chuck it. The NFL requires more than that to succeed
I don't know anything about him missing Wednesday practices, that doesn't show good leadership. I thought the reason he wasn't under center was to try to confuse the defense by not knowing if he was going to do an inside hand off or throw downfield. Last season was his best performance ever so none of what you mentioned seemed to hurt his ability. I live in Brown's territory so we don't get to see any of the Pittsburgh local stuff or listen to the radio shows so you know a lot more than me.
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Old 10-04-2019, 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by unobtanium View Post
The time has come.

Same way, 16 years ago, Ben stepped in for Tommy Maddox and never looked back. I believe it was same scenario, rallied back to almost win (vs Ravens?). Then in his first few years had a string of wins that I believe was unheard of at the time

Rudolph is the future, i think it will be the same story as with Ben. This kid threw for 5k yards in 13 college games, he has his best receiver from that team playing for the Steelers (Washington). He will be amazing. I seriously think they can make the playoffs this year

People were talking shit when Ben got drafted, and his combine and skilset was not elite, but was a baller and did great things for Steelers. If it wasn't for conservative / inept coaching we would have won more

Excited to see how it pans out with Mason, very hopeful
His first season he only lost 1 game if I remember correctly. The jury is out for Rudolph so we shall see, I never followed his college career so I didn't know much about him prior to him playing for the Steelers.

I don't know how other fellow Steeler fans feel but I wouldn't be unhappy with Tomlin getting replaced. IMO he was hired in having a great situation that Cowher created and has slowly been taking the team down. From the stuff I do hear/read he is the easiest going coach in the league and to me that isn't a winning philosophy. How crappy of a game plan did they have when they got destroyed by NE in the first game of the season? You would think they would change things up more when playing against NE but to me it looked like the same way they always play NE....poorly!
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Old 10-09-2019, 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by RussH View Post
His first season he only lost 1 game if I remember correctly. The jury is out for Rudolph so we shall see, I never followed his college career so I didn't know much about him prior to him playing for the Steelers.

I don't know how other fellow Steeler fans feel but I wouldn't be unhappy with Tomlin getting replaced. IMO he was hired in having a great situation that Cowher created and has slowly been taking the team down. From the stuff I do hear/read he is the easiest going coach in the league and to me that isn't a winning philosophy. How crappy of a game plan did they have when they got destroyed by NE in the first game of the season? You would think they would change things up more when playing against NE but to me it looked like the same way they always play NE....poorly!
Tomlin is a meathead goon..
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