Lovely. But sorry, bar watchers don't have credibility. Too busy drinking, BS-ing, and watching other games at the same time.
That's what a fantasy football owner does.
The majority of Steelers fans don't have a clue about Ben. But one thing is for certain, they'll realize how good they had it once he's no longer here.
You probably just insulted half this board with saying that one comment:
"But sorry, bar watchers don't have credibility."
As far as replacing Ben goes...if the the Steelers are as lucky as what the Colts were with replacing Manning then maybe not.
When the Steelers are on? That's who I watch. That's what a real fan does.
Bar watchers don't have credibility? LOL...
Does this guy watch the game in a cave with blinders on...
The types who watch 5 games at once? Nope. You miss too much.
I don't watch 5 games but I see plenty of action while watching the Steelers...
NFL Network makes it pretty easy to review games as well.
[QUOTE=feltdizz;551926]I don't watch 5 games but I see plenty of action while watching the Steelers...
NFL Network makes it pretty easy to review games as well.[/QUOTE]
Yup. The NFL has so many commercials nowadays that it's nice to have multiple TVs within view so you can always be watching a game instead of the same commercials over-and-over again.
[QUOTE=steelz09;551936]Yup. The NFL has so many commercials nowadays that it's nice to have multiple TVs within view so you can always be watching a game instead of the same commercials over-and-over again.[/QUOTE]
..and an NFL game only has 12.5 minutes of actual "live action"
so it's not that hard to see what happens in multiple games in you are seated in a bar where the Steeler game is on the big screen and other games are within a quick glance.
You may not see EVERTHING... but who really see's everything by watching on TV?
[QUOTE=Dee Dub;551798]Yes but you as a fan of this team for many years and one who knows enough about the game of football knew that wasn't true...right? It was pretty obvious by the lack of zip on his passes that there was something still bothering him.
Funny thing though, there are many here on this forum who hate Ben so much they would never have considered that he was still hurt. Even when it was blatantly obvious.[/QUOTE]
Or possibly THEY BELIEVED BEN's denials of the injuries effect on his play.
On the other hand some like yourself KNEW he was lying back then.
I dont know how one can be criticized for taking Ben at his word.
[QUOTE=Siggy00;551871]If Ben was avoiding Haley during timeouts I guess Haley has a twin standing on the sidelines.
Because that's who Ben was talking to.
Same thing with the guy who would go with Ben, Leftwich, and Batch on the bench.
You have a link for this?[/QUOTE]
its chit like this that makes some these "steeler fans" laughable
really, not standing next to haley? lol. what about the 100 other times they were together.
then you can point to tom brady who (im guessing) everyone thinks is a great leader. then bring up when he tore into his OC on the bench and they'll just try to shrug it off