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feltdizz
12-24-2010, 11:48 AM
Who woulda thunk it given the injuries and off field problems....

Is it possible for 1 day to enjoy the win and not blame someone for winning? Let's try it!

Merry Christmas to all. 13 family members made it in safe t Charlotte last night and we turned the sports bar out. :tt2

papillon
12-24-2010, 12:24 PM
Let me save someone the effort.

BA sucks, Scott sucks, Tomlin used his challenge poorly, lebeau can't get the defense out of the gate and Ward shouldn't have dropped the TD pass. But, we won, so you yinzers think all is well. :stirpot

:moon :P

Pappy

steelfin
12-24-2010, 12:38 PM
We absolutely should enjoy the win....just keep it in perspective.

The Panthers are a bad team...we beat them as expected.

Crash
12-24-2010, 12:40 PM
I'm going through Charlotte tomorrow. :)

Sugar
12-24-2010, 12:41 PM
In the fight game, that was what we call "quality sparring."

jj28west
12-24-2010, 01:43 PM
Satisfying win regardless that even our second string could have probably beat them

pittpete
12-24-2010, 02:06 PM
You forgot about the 2 fumbles........
Ya know the things the Steelers usually do to let teams back in the game :wink:

SteelAbility
12-24-2010, 02:15 PM
Yea but we should be 13-2 :P

pepsyman1
12-24-2010, 08:35 PM
There is one good thing for all of us to keep in mind that should give us at least a LITTLE peace of mind compared to last year. We've lost 4 games this year, but NONE of them are to bad teams that we are expected to beat. Ravens, Jets, Pats, and Saints...all of whom have at least 10 wins and are going to the playoffs. We've beaten all the teams we should readily expect to beat. The only game we weren't in was against the Pats. This team is right in the middle of the mix, continues to be the best D in the league based on points given up and if we can get a just a little offensive momentum we can play with and beat anyone. Considering how last year ended, I don't think anyone would have complained about finishing 11-5 or hopefully 12-4 with a first round bye before the season started.

fezziwig
12-24-2010, 09:57 PM
I really believe for us to be considered an elite team, we should have stomped these guys with ease.

Great, our defense held them to 3 points.

Great our offense scored 27 points.


Blah, our offense looked out of sorts as always.

Special teams have taken a step backward.

BA still sucks as a coach and always will.


Had this been Patriots, they would have put up 40 points by half time and allowed their second and third stringers gain some experience.

Tomlin leaves are first stringers in because at week 15, they still need the practice.


Very happy we are 11-4 but we are a struggling 11-4

Fordy
12-26-2010, 01:45 PM
There is one good thing for all of us to keep in mind that should give us at least a LITTLE peace of mind compared to last year. We've lost 4 games this year, but NONE of them are to bad teams that we are expected to beat. Ravens, Jets, Pats, and Saints...all of whom have at least 10 wins and are going to the playoffs. We've beaten all the teams we should readily expect to beat. The only game we weren't in was against the Pats. This team is right in the middle of the mix, continues to be the best D in the league based on points given up and if we can get a just a little offensive momentum we can play with and beat anyone. Considering how last year ended, I don't think anyone would have complained about finishing 11-5 or hopefully 12-4 with a first round bye before the season started.

Great Post. We are right where we want and need to be at the moment. Hopefully Polamalu and A. smith will be healthy for our playoff run.

RuthlessBurgher
12-26-2010, 03:41 PM
Had this been Patriots, they would have put up 40 points by half time and allowed their second and third stringers gain some experience.

Tomlin leaves are first stringers in because at week 15, they still need the practice.

In the blizzard against Chicago when they were up 33-0 at the half, Brady played the entire game anyway.