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pittsburghfootball
02-05-2013, 01:18 AM
93 Rodney Bailey
DE 12 0
16 Charlie Batch
QB 8 1
94 Chad Brown
LB 8 0
23 Tyrone Carter
DB 16 3
25 Ryan Clark
DB 13 12
21 Kuan Sanchez
RB 1 0
74 Willie Colon
OG 2 2
95 Marquis Cooper
LB 2 0
44 Najeh Davenport
RB 13 0
79 Trai Essex
OT 15 0
87 Tim Euhus
TE 1 0
66 Alan Faneca
OG 16 16
51 James Farrior
LB 16 16
50 Larry Foote
LB 16 16
17 Chris Gardocki
P 16 0
53 Clark Haggans
LB 15 15
98 Casey Hampton
DT 15 15
97 Arnold Harrison
LB 7 2
92 James Harrison
LB 11 1
64 Jeff Hartings
OG 14 14
34 Verron Haynes
RB 7 0
76 Chris Hoke
DT 16 1
10 Santonio Holmes
WR 16 4
29 Chidi Iwuoma
DB 2 0
28 Jovon Johnson
DB 2 0
99 Brett Keisel
DE 16 16
68 Chris Kemoeatu
OG 3 2
90 Travis Kirschke
DE 16 0
35 Dan Kreider
RB 16 12
57 Clint Kriewaldt
LB 14 0
42 John Kuhn
RB 9 0
31 Mike Logan
DB 12 0
37 Anthony Madison
DB 13 0
89 Lee Mays
WR 1 0
20 Bryant McFadden
DB 16 9
83 Heath Miller
TE 16 16
81 Sean Morey
WR 16 0
56 Chukky Okobi
C 15 2
39 Willie Parker
RB 16 16
62 Marvin Philip
C 0 0
43 Troy Polamalu
DB 13 13
55 Joey Porter
LB 14 14
3 Jeff Reed
K 16 0
15 Willie Reid
WR 1 0
7 Ben Roethlisberger
QB 15 15
95 Richard Seigler
LB 2 0
73 Kendall Simmons
OG 14 14
91 Aaron Smith
DE 16 16
27 Anthony Smith
DB 16 4
77 Marvel Smith
OT 16 16
12 Brian St. Pierre
QB 0 0
22 Duce Staley
RB 1 0
47 Ronald Stanley
LB 1 0
78 Max Starks
OT 14 14
24 Ike Taylor
DB 16 11
26 Deshea Townsend
DB 16 12
84 Jerame Tuman
TE 15 4
54 Rian Wallace
LB 12 0
86 Hines Ward
WR 14 14
60 Greg Warren
C 16 0
85 Nate Washington
WR 16 2
80 Cedrick Wilson
WR 15 12
18 Walter Young
WR 2 0

papillon
02-05-2013, 08:02 AM
Curious as to why you gave us this particular roster? :confused:

Pappy

supersteeler
02-05-2013, 08:45 AM
:idea:That roster only has 13 current players on it, is what I figured he was trying to convey.

pittsburghfootball
02-11-2013, 11:50 AM
:idea:That roster only has 13 current players on it, is what I figured he was trying to convey.

He nailed it right on the head.... the team has changed so much since the days when Pittsburgh was unstoppable... this roster is right after the Super Bowl win.

pittsburghfootball
02-11-2013, 12:03 PM
http://www.nfl.com/fans/forums?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3a0f5a2eaf-512c-4d0d-9823-68587b26a728Forum%3aa5befb56-e598-457e-b701-b4740840b68dDiscussion%3a9efe0a3c-ae68-4232-937a-c1f5b2b83982&plckCurrentPage=0

Same thread on the NFL.com page...

Slapstick
02-11-2013, 12:25 PM
He nailed it right on the head.... the team has changed so much since the days when Pittsburgh was unstoppable... this roster is right after the Super Bowl win.

Didn't the Steelers go 6-10 with that roster?

JUST-PLAIN-NASTY
02-11-2013, 02:01 PM
Another way you could look at it is 11 starters remain from that roster on the 2012 team.

Steelhere10
02-11-2013, 02:23 PM
He nailed it right on the head.... the team has changed so much since the days when Pittsburgh was unstoppable... this roster is right after the Super Bowl win.
What do you call unstoppable 1SB win in 15 years. 4AFCC choke jobs oh ok Lmao.

Steelhere10
02-11-2013, 02:26 PM
That's not my definition of unstoppable!

Oviedo
02-11-2013, 03:11 PM
Another way you could look at it is 11 starters remain from that roster on the 2012 team.

That's probably 4 or 5 too many.

ter1230_4
02-11-2013, 04:33 PM
That's probably 4 or 5 too many.

Agreed. I figure that Casey Hampton and Willie Colon are gone for sure. Larry Foote, Max Starks are close behind, although I'd like to see Max stick around for at least one more year. And James Harrison, Troy Polamalu, Brett Keisal and Ryan Clark are likely in their last season or two, assuming neither Harrison or Polamalu get cut for cap purposes.

Slapstick
02-11-2013, 06:19 PM
Didn't the Steelers go 6-10 with that roster?

My apologies...the Steelers went 8-8 with that roster...6-10 was the 2003 season...

Though, I'd like to see the similarities between the 2003 and 2006 rosters as well...

pittsburghfootball
02-12-2013, 03:53 AM
What do you call unstoppable 1SB win in 15 years. 4AFCC choke jobs oh ok Lmao.

They weren't by any means the STRONGEST team in the NFL during that timeframe... however, they were much more efficient than they are now at stopping the ball defensively. During that time, preventable turnovers and weak offensive play decisions kept them from the SB.... it was such a knife in the side to watch the Steelers lose to inferior teams because of careless passing and turnovers due to ineffective running plays. All I'm saying is that the Steelers would play hard and dominate only to revert back to HS play tactics at the flip of a switch. There really wasn't any consistency, but they definitely showed that they were capable. Now, the Steelers are playing poorly and show no capacity to dominate anything.... there needs to be a lineup shuffle - and quick. What do you think of Tomlin? Stay or go?

Slapstick
02-12-2013, 07:13 AM
Careless passing, turnovers and ineffective running are the same reasons the 2012 Steelers were 8-8...