View Full Version : I agree with all of these keys,

10-02-2010, 08:09 PM
especially the pony thangy.

http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010/10/7- ... rediction/ (http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010/10/7-keys-to-the-steelers-beating-the-ravens-week-4-game-prediction/)

10-02-2010, 08:52 PM
especially the pony thangy.

http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010/10/7- ... rediction/ (http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010/10/7-keys-to-the-steelers-beating-the-ravens-week-4-game-prediction/)

Agree with it all, too. We could do just a few of them and win. We MUST let Batch have his arm used a lot. Their secondary is a shell of what it was.

1st and Goal--
10-03-2010, 05:06 AM
Me too! This is what I was going to post, but I changed my mind since I really like that site and have been visiting it quite a bit lately.

DEPOT guy has been really hot this season. Pretty hard for any Steeler fan to disagree with any of those keys or predictions.

I found this site some time after the down 06 season. I was looking for info on the NFL combine and could not find any results worth anything anywhere. This site came up somehow on a Google search and I flipped out. There it was, the results nearly complete in that grid form style, and really before even so called alleged official sites had anything posted. I always manage to find some time to check this site out since then.

This year I notice they are posting detailed O-Line stuff. As a casual fan, I don't usually get into the game this deep, but I can see how some fans would be interested in that. I did notice though, that the analysis of the O-Line has been pretty favorable. And, as a result it seems the usual heavy criticism of it has lightened up quite a bit.

Another thing I noticed [doing a lot of noticing lately] was that Player Participation Chart. I think it's something new this season. I'm a bit surprised that more attention is not being paid to this. Even us casual fans can now see who is on the field and doing what when things are happening. As this season goes along I expect more and more will be made of this feature.

As far as these in depth match-up things go, no doubt they're interesting. But for me, I do the same game plan week in week out. The Steelers will run some, pass some and play tough D. Or if you prefer, Pass some, Run some and play tough D.