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Ozey74
09-06-2010, 11:38 AM
:HeadBanger

frankthetank1
09-06-2010, 11:47 AM
wow bad news. im shocked the vikings didnt want to sign him, they need a wr bad. berrian is garbage. the steelers should of pulled of a red sox/yanks type move and signed douchemandzadeh just so the ratbirds couldnt get him. this season is going to be awful i know it. im pretty worried about our secondary playing the ratbirds and bengals. oakland and kc sliced up our D last year.

Steelgal
09-06-2010, 11:48 AM
Holy moley.... I was hoping this was a late, April Fool's joke :HeadBanger

MaxAMillion
09-06-2010, 11:52 AM
Their the best team in the division. This move puts them out front. We used to have clearly better WR but no more. We lose Holmes while they add Bolden and Whosyourmama. The Steelers have a third place roster even with Ben at QB. Without him the team is cooked.

phillyesq
09-06-2010, 11:53 AM
No way did I want him on the Steelers, but I wish he would have gone somewhere other than Baltimore. He seemed to be one of those guys that always played well against the Steelers.

RuthlessBurgher
09-06-2010, 12:01 PM
Well, I think Baltimore is the official Douchebag capital of the Mid-Atlantic region, so he picked the right place to go. People always thought that Ocho was a divisive force in Cincy, but when the Bengals lost, Chad tended to clam up. He has always been overly demonstrative leading up to games and with celebrations and such, but he never played the blame game after losses.

On the other hand, T.J. was the go-to guy for the Cincy media when they were looking for juicy postgame tidbits that were often whiny rants in which he threw teammates under the bus. It's Housh that has always a divisive force. I'm not upset that he's in Baltimore. T.J. and Anquan are both possession receivers. Neither has ever been a deep threat, and after Dante Stallworth broke his foot last week, the Ravens are still lacking one of those.

DukieBoy
09-06-2010, 12:32 PM
Douchemania in the STD capital. Not sure the Doucheman is at the top of his game anymore. He's not going to outrun anybody in our secondary. I guess we'll see in a few weeks.

Ray Rice is the real weapon on that team. Let's not get too distracted by the Doucheman.

pfelix73
09-06-2010, 12:38 PM
3rd place roster? Not so sure about that. Gotta play all 16 games to see what happens. It ain't won on paper. Still think we have a better team then either Cincy or the Baltimorons.

We'll see in December.....
:tt1

DukieBoy
09-06-2010, 12:45 PM
3rd place roster? Not so sure about that. Gotta play all 16 games to see what happens. It ain't won on paper. Still think we have a better team then either Cincy or the Baltimorons.

We'll see in December.....
:tt1
Right on.
Baltimore's defense is past it's freshness date, their fatboy frontmen will fade into 3rd & 4th quarters, and they will get used by good offenses (maybe even by the Jests). I think that is the 3rd-place roster.

Iron Shiek
09-06-2010, 01:37 PM
Its another weapon in their arsenal, but it doesn't mean its an effective one. He's the definition of overrated. Maybe seattle just used him wrong, but he hasn't been the player he was for the bengals and I don't expect him to be.

They should be signing defensive players, because they are going to get used.

I still say Steelers and Bengals finish ahead of Ravens...

Shawn
09-06-2010, 01:39 PM
Their the best team in the division. This move puts them out front. We used to have clearly better WR but no more. We lose Holmes while they add Bolden and Whosyourmama. The Steelers have a third place roster even with Ben at QB. Without him the team is cooked.

Yeah, I'm not so sure about that. I would take the Bengals and the Steelers (with Ben) over the Ravens. The Ravens are in bad shape on D...really bad shape. The Bengals are scarey...complete everywhere. The Steelers IMO are the team to beat if we stay healthy.

fezziwig
09-06-2010, 02:18 PM
We went up against him before and still won. Lebeau and his defense will just need to tighten up their gear and do what they have done in the past.
The Steeler players know that they had a bad season last year and I'm sure it is a desire burning in them to get back on top.
The bigger problem is no matter how good our defense is, we still need to light up our score board and without Ben, this obviously hurts but I still have faith.