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steelnavy
11-16-2010, 11:00 PM
Some thoughts about Marsha:

- During interviews leading up to the game, he was all sweet and flowery about how great the Steelers are (almost too much).

- In the first half, he was extremely angry and screaming at his team mates (what made him go into such a tirade?)

- After running in for a TD, he was overly dramatic (obnoxious) when he spiked the ball towards the fans in the endzone.

I got the feeling that the little primadona was p!ssed that his wonderful Cheatriots team was an underdog to the Steelers, and that he was personally insulted that someone could fail to show him the love and adoration that he so rightly deserves, so he had to put the Steelers in their place. He comes off as a spoiled and cocky POS.

I can respect great athletes, but I really dislike that guy.

fordfixer
11-16-2010, 11:07 PM
Nope it's not just you

Crash
11-16-2010, 11:32 PM
He's a puke. What would be said about any other player in this league if they knocked up a gal, and then dumped her, and then admitted he surfs the net for porn?

But because Brady has the hype machines like ESPN and M******* native Peter King blowing him in the press it gets ignored.

Smashmouth
11-16-2010, 11:38 PM
We barely laid a finger on that jackass, and when we did the first thing he did was point at the ref. We have to make a point of abusing him every chance we get. But that would take an aggressive defensive game plan and that wasn't happening. :2c

Kid
11-17-2010, 01:15 AM
wouldn't it be nice to have a leader like that on our team?

Captain Lemming
11-17-2010, 02:34 AM
Some thoughts about Marsha:

- During interviews leading up to the game, he was all sweet and flowery about how great the Steelers are (almost too much).

- In the first half, he was extremely angry and screaming at his team mates (what made him go into such a tirade?)

- After running in for a TD, he was overly dramatic (obnoxious) when he spiked the ball towards the fans in the endzone.

I got the feeling that the little primadona was p!ssed that his wonderful Cheatriots team was an underdog to the Steelers, and that he was personally insulted that someone could fail to show him the love and adoration that he so rightly deserves, so he had to put the Steelers in their place. He comes off as a spoiled and cocky POS.

I can respect great athletes, but I really dislike that guy.

Got no problem with any of it.
Brady was positively AMPED up while our team was flat.
Steelers dont like it, there is something you can do about it.
Our team failed to do it.

Scarletfire1970
11-17-2010, 06:20 AM
A friend of mine was at the game, he said that Brady was taunting the fans before the game. He apparently was really fired up. He's a jackass.

BURGH86STEEL
11-17-2010, 07:59 AM
A friend of mine was at the game, he said that Brady was taunting the fans before the game. He apparently was really fired up. He's a jackass.

The fans usually start the taunting. I bet there were a few fans taunting Brady before the game. He got back at the fans the ultimate way.

I didn't have a problem with anything Brady did. Their was nothing I or any other fans could do about it because we were not on the field.

Steelgal
11-17-2010, 08:53 AM
Some thoughts about Marsha:

- During interviews leading up to the game, he was all sweet and flowery about how great the Steelers are (almost too much).

- In the first half, he was extremely angry and screaming at his team mates (what made him go into such a tirade?)

- After running in for a TD, he was overly dramatic (obnoxious) when he spiked the ball towards the fans in the endzone.

I got the feeling that the little primadona was p!ssed that his wonderful Cheatriots team was an underdog to the Steelers, and that he was personally insulted that someone could fail to show him the love and adoration that he so rightly deserves, so he had to put the Steelers in their place. He comes off as a spoiled and cocky POS.

I can respect great athletes, but I really dislike that guy.

Got no problem with any of it.
Brady was positively AMPED up while our team was flat.
Steelers dont like it, there is something you can do about it.
Our team failed to do it.

+1

I would have loved to see Tomlin amped up on the sideline trying to get his team motivated instead of staring in disbelief. I'm not a Brady fan, but the emotion I saw from him, I would have loved to see on our sidelines.....

Steelers>NFL
11-17-2010, 08:57 AM
Some thoughts about Marsha:

- During interviews leading up to the game, he was all sweet and flowery about how great the Steelers are (almost too much).

- In the first half, he was extremely angry and screaming at his team mates (what made him go into such a tirade?)

- After running in for a TD, he was overly dramatic (obnoxious) when he spiked the ball towards the fans in the endzone.

I got the feeling that the little primadona was p!ssed that his wonderful Cheatriots team was an underdog to the Steelers, and that he was personally insulted that someone could fail to show him the love and adoration that he so rightly deserves, so he had to put the Steelers in their place. He comes off as a spoiled and cocky POS.

I can respect great athletes, but I really dislike that guy.

Got no problem with any of it.
Brady was positively AMPED up while our team was flat.
Steelers dont like it, there is something you can do about it.
Our team failed to do it.

+1

I would have loved to see Tomlin amped up on the sideline trying to get his team motivated instead of staring in disbelief. I'm not a Brady fan, but the emotion I saw from him, I would have loved to see on our sidelines.....

Bingo.
You don't have to like Brady. But he is a great QB. He is a winner! And he is a leader.
All the qualities you want in a franchise QB.
He was fired up. While the Steelers were NOT!

Mister Pittsburgh
11-17-2010, 09:01 AM
I personally think that yes, he is a prima donna, BUT, I think this dude wants to win no matter what and gets absolutely pissed at failure. I wish we had the type of leader on our team that when they take the ball down their first two drives and put points on the board, and then on the third drive the drive stalls, he is on the sideline reaming his line out like a crazed person. Our QB holds his linemens hands and talks about how great they are after getting clobbered for 5 sacks.

Who on our team is a leader? Who steps up in the tough going and says 'Follow me'? Who gets in someones face when they are F'ing up and dropping passes killing drives? If you don't have that PLAYER on the sideline then one of the coaches has to be it. We have deer in the headlights Tomlin, Grandpa Lebeau, and Bruce 'I shaved so people wouldn't recognize me' Arians on the sideline. When Tomlin tried to be that emotional leader last year, nobody listened and had his back.

I think Porter used to set the tone. He got cut first year as Tomlin knew that he had to get rid of the vocal/emotional leader for himself to take control of the team, yet nobody has stepped up to fill that void.

Ben should be that guy, but I am not sure if he would actually be allowed to be that guy. Everything doesn't have to be behind closed doors. I don't mind an emotional leader on the field.

Ghost
11-17-2010, 09:57 AM
Dude's a winner and a 1st ballot Hall of Famer. How can you hate that he was fired up? I wish the Steelers had the mentality to keep their foot on the opponents neck when they were up so we don't sweat out games like the Bengals. That's what Brady did. He took it as a personal insult that he was the underdog and then went out and destroyed the defense. DESTROYED IT!

I have to laugh when people mention the pregnancy situation. None of us know what happened there. Maybe she called him up for one last fling and lied about being on birth control. Maybe she's a manipulative b!tch who purposely got knocked up to try to get him to marry her. We have no idea. I don't know the facts so I can't blame him.

I depsise the Patriots but I don't and can't hate an all encompassing desire to win. We watched it last Sunday night and it wasn't wearing black and gold.

proudpittsburgher
11-17-2010, 10:10 AM
Dude's a winner and a 1st ballot Hall of Famer. How can you hate that he was fired up? I wish the Steelers had the mentality to keep their foot on the opponents neck when they were up so we don't sweat out games like the Bengals. That's what Brady did. He took it as a personal insult that he was the underdog and then went out and destroyed the defense. DESTROYED IT!

I have to laugh when people mention the pregnancy situation. None of us know what happened there. Maybe she called him up for one last fling and lied about being on birth control. Maybe she's a manipulative b!tch who purposely got knocked up to try to get him to marry her. We have no idea. I don't know the facts so I can't blame him.

I depsise the Patriots but I don't and can't hate an all encompassing desire to win. We watched it last Sunday night and it wasn't wearing black and gold.

Yep. Look, as much as I'll take Ben as my quarterback 7 days a week and twice on Sundays, Tom Brady proved on Sunday night that he is miles ahead of Peyton Manning as being the best quarterback in the league. I stick up for Ben, but he is not the best QB in the league. I will take him No. 2 behind Brady though.

There was a discussion on radio Monday morning about whos better Brady or Manning. My reasoning . . . There is not a strength that mannign has that Brady doesn't have. But there are a lot of weaknesses on the Manning side where Brady considers it a strength. He's better under pressure. He's by far a better leader, and he is a better teammate, all of which are problems for Peyton. As far as Ben goes, he's better than both under adversity, he's a much better leader and teammate than Peyton, but not as much as Brady.

I have zero problem with anything that Brady did Sunday night, save the spike, but if it were Ben, I would love it. The only thing I could do without is the bitchng to the refs every time he was breathed on.

Djfan
11-17-2010, 10:45 AM
The only problem I have with Captain Metro is that he gets his whines heard and acted on, and he is VERY arrogant, IMO.

Other than that there was that small thingy of being involved in a cheating scandal that probably gave them a superbowl that was stollen from us.

I hate him.

JTP53609
11-17-2010, 11:51 AM
whatever, I do not like the pats, but I understand when someone is great,(not good), and alot of people have a hate for him because of how great he is. So what, the guy spiked a ball in the back of the endzone, who cares, should denver fans hate big ben becasue he looked like john wayne after he threw that last touchdown in the 2005 afc championship game.
I dont cheer for Tom Brady either, but the guy kicked our butts, and he fired his team up, he does that alot from game I see him play...

anger 82&95
11-17-2010, 11:55 AM
I despise Brady, and I really wish he would take his arm, his past victories and his Michael Landon circa 1978 haircut and sail off into the sunset; however, he is the consummate team player: he prepares for EVERY game like a navy SEAL, he gets the best out of his teammates and he is attuned to the coaching process… I can loath the dude but still grudgingly admire his work ethic.

JTP53609
11-17-2010, 12:12 PM
I despise Brady, and I really wish he would take his arm, his past victories and his Michael Landon circa 1978 haircut and sail off into the sunset; however, he is the consummate team player: he prepares for EVERY game like a navy SEAL, he gets the best out of his teammates and he is attuned to the coaching process… I can loath the dude but still grudgingly admire his work ethic.


agreed, you said it well....I really do not like when our intelligent fan base says things like "brady sucks, brady is overrated, he is terrible" etc. Say that you hate the guy but dont say he sucks, because that is just a dumb thing to say..

Leper Friend
11-17-2010, 12:12 PM
The only problem I have with Captain Metro is that he gets his whines heard and acted on, and he is VERY arrogant, IMO.


I was at the game Sunday and you're dead on. Every time he got touched , there is only 4 times that I can think of , he turned and said something to the ref.All 4 times. It's so annoying and he actually got the call on Woodley , granted it probably was late , but he cried for it every time.

That doesn't take away from him as a player , because he's an awesome QB but his whining is a huge put off.

ikestops85
11-17-2010, 12:22 PM
I despise Brady, and I really wish he would take his arm, his past victories and his Michael Landon circa 1978 haircut and sail off into the sunset; however, he is the consummate team player: he prepares for EVERY game like a navy SEAL, he gets the best out of his teammates and he is attuned to the coaching process… I can loath the dude but still grudgingly admire his work ethic.


agreed, you said it well....I really do not like when our intelligent fan base says things like "brady sucks, brady is overrated, he is terrible" etc. Say that you hate the guy but dont say he sucks, because that is just a dumb thing to say..

Well said guys. I do hate Brady the same way I hated Pete Rose back in the day. I hate them because they are great players and kick my teams arse on a regular basis. Say what you will about Brady but he is the best QB in the NFL right now.

But I'm still glad we have Ben :tt2 :tt2

sentinel33
11-17-2010, 01:56 PM
Brady is a cocky arrogant pompous sob. i cant stand him. he's a bitch. a whiny bitch who gets calls. everyone sucks him off and its old. his tirade on the sidline was embelished and imature. what was he so pissed about anyway? guys a douche bag. hes a good QB but i cant stand his character. there ia a mystique about brady when it comes to the steelers and if we see him again we absolutely have to destroy him. knock him down a peg or two. he only won his first superbowl because of belicheat. there was no way they were gonna beat us in the afcc with him alone. They cheated and took an opportunity from the steelers to win a superbowl and he has been sailing ever since. when he goes into the Hall im gonna rent one of those planes that fly sentences behind it and have him fly right over canton- congrats marsha.cheater.
his superbowls are hollow just like his personality. what a tool.

ALLD
11-17-2010, 02:02 PM
Brady is so good that the Federal Reserve is going to put his portrait on the new three-dollar bill.

Steelers>NFL
11-17-2010, 02:11 PM
I despise Brady, and I really wish he would take his arm, his past victories and his Michael Landon circa 1978 haircut and sail off into the sunset; however, he is the consummate team player: he prepares for EVERY game like a navy SEAL, he gets the best out of his teammates and he is attuned to the coaching process… I can loath the dude but still grudgingly admire his work ethic.


agreed, you said it well....I really do not like when our intelligent fan base says things like "brady sucks, brady is overrated, he is terrible" etc. Say that you hate the guy but dont say he sucks, because that is just a dumb thing to say..

Well said guys. I do hate Brady the same way I hated Pete Rose back in the day. I hate them because they are great players and kick my teams arse on a regular basis. Say what you will about Brady but he is the best QB in the NFL right now.

But I'm still glad we have Ben :tt2 :tt2

Agreed. But I stil wish BB would settle down and get married and get over his
infatuation for young college girls.

feltdizz
11-17-2010, 02:20 PM
I hate the Pats more than any team in the league... I hate Brady more than anyone. But the guy has a knack for winning games and willing others around him to win.

It seems like the best motivation our team had was during Ben's absense. Maybe our team thinks so highly of Ben they expect him to work magic regardless of the situation.

I would love for Ben to demand better from his team mates... taking the blame and leading by example (on the field) are 2 great qualities Ben has.. but he or someone else needs to step up and demand more from their team mates.

Crash will love this next statement.

Hines is not a leader. No surprise because WR's rarely have leadership qualities but Hines should have been encouraging and coaching up the young guys instead of pouting on the sideline.

Leper Friend
11-17-2010, 02:35 PM
Hines is not a leader. No surprise because WR's rarely have leadership qualities but Hines should have been encouraging and coaching up the young guys instead of pouting on the sideline.
How do you know he wasn't ? From the total of 1 minute that they showed him on camera ?

siss
11-17-2010, 04:09 PM
There is talk about how if anyone looks at Princess Brady wrong he whines and cries for a call. He expects the super star treatment. It was talked about on the radio that he should get it because he is Tom ****ing Brady and he should get it because he is Tom ****ing Brady. And thats what make it okay.

Now excuse me but wasn't that the very thing they blasted Ben for? Isn't that the root of all Ben's issues? Its okay for Tom ****ing Brady to be an entitled whinny arrogant **** but not for Ben?

It's a double standard.

You NEVER see Ben throw a tantrum like Brady did. If Ben does it he's crying and being a baby and his teammates resent him, but if Tom ****ing Brady does it, he's showing leadership and firing up the team. Its sickening.

feltdizz
11-18-2010, 12:02 AM
Hines is not a leader. No surprise because WR's rarely have leadership qualities but Hines should have been encouraging and coaching up the young guys instead of pouting on the sideline.
How do you know he wasn't ? From the total of 1 minute that they showed him on camera ?

Since I was in my living room I am going from the 10+ times they showed him on the sideline and he had the Hines whine look. I DVR'd the game, :wink:

I don't expect smiles and laughter but we have some inexperience at WR... get over yourself and help these guys.

My point is guys like Bettis helped FWP even though it limited his playing time. I have no idea if our players are doing the little things to help each other but looking at our recent play it sure seems like we don't communicate AT ALL during games.

NJ-STEELER
11-18-2010, 12:56 AM
There is talk about how if anyone looks at Princess Brady wrong he whines and cries for a call. He expects the super star treatment. It was talked about on the radio that he should get it because he is Tom bad word Brady and he should get it because he is Tom bad word Brady. And thats what make it okay.

Now excuse me but wasn't that the very thing they blasted Ben for? Isn't that the root of all Ben's issues? Its okay for Tom bad word Brady to be an entitled whinny arrogant bad word but not for Ben?

It's a double standard.

You NEVER see Ben throw a tantrum like Brady did. If Ben does it he's crying and being a baby and his teammates resent him, but if Tom bad word Brady does it, he's showing leadership and firing up the team. Its sickening.

spot on

spyboots
11-18-2010, 01:08 AM
A spoiled cheater with many bogus stats.