I say no to Reggie Bum.
Type: Posts; User: The Man of Steel
I say no to Reggie Bum.
He really would be a great sleeper pick.
Topics involving the signing of every bum off the street are traditionally some of my favorite threads here on PlanetSteelers so the more the merrier I always say.
Suspend Belicheck for a year starting this week, take away all of their 2015 draft picks, and fine the Pats $100,000,000.
Cardale Jones might as well declare for the NFL Draft since he's already a 22 year old Sophomore. At this rate he might graduate at 30 if he's lucky. Big dummy.
Jones is a poor man's Byron Leftwich at best. Jones and Leftwich even look alike.
As cool as the other side of the pillow. Boo-yeah!!!
We just need to hit a home run in the first round because we've gotten almost nothing out of our last 2 first round picks. I'm not saying that Jones and Shazier are busts but they haven't contributed...
The Saints have a short week then have to travel to play outside in the cold instead of inside of their warm and cozy dome. Steelers are rested and are home. I smell a Steelers win.
He can take that "the standard is the standard" BS rhetoric and shove it up his butt.
Substandard is the new standard.
Ask Tim Tebow. He figured out how to beat LeBeau's defense with no talent whatsoever.
As my dad used to say, you can wish in one hand and sh!t in the other then see which one fills up first.
You're being ridiculous. I can understand taking a hiatus from it during the offseason like I always do but we're 10 games into the season with lots of important matters yet to be discussed. You...
Holmes had 8 catches on the season which is actually 5 more than Darrius Heyward-Bey currently has.
What the hell, bring him back like everyone else who made a play in Super Bowl 43.
The standard is the standard.
Are you familiar with "the buck stops here?"
It's like I said on the other thread, losing to inferior opponents is fastly becoming the signature identity of the Tomlin regime. When Tomlin is long gone one day and we all reflect back on his time...
This game reeks of Murphy's Law but damn, this week's version of the Steelers is simply unrecognizable.
Playing down to inferior opponents is fastly becoming the signature identity of the Tomlin regime.
Looks like poor preparation all the way around to me. Very flat from the opening snap.
Playing down to an inferior opponent is always my idea of a good time. :confused:
I don't want to hear about the draft at all until after next year's Super Bowl.