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  1. Re: If Carson Palmer had the steelers running game

    So now total yards is your indicator for a good running game? I thought you always used YPC instead? Changing your tune to fit your lame argument MSM?

    Here is what you should have posted:
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  2. Re: If Carson Palmer had the steelers running game

    Their defense forced a league high 43 Turnovers in 2005. This giving the Bengals offense great field postion all year long. (I wonder if this had anythingto do with their mighty offense in 2005?)
  3. Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? . :D[/quote]

    F U C K Y O U[/quote]

    C'mon...you have to admit it was funny. :lol:

    I see you're still upset, but try to be a little less...
  4. If Carson Palmer had the steelers running game

    RUDI JOHNSON

    2004 = 1454 YARDS
    2005 = 1458 YARDS
    2006 = 1309 YARDS

    :HeadBanger
  5. Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Why do you posit that?[/quote]

    Do you agree with it Mean Joe?
  6. Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? . :D[/quote]

    F U C K Y O U[/quote]

    C'mon...you have to admit it was funny. :lol:

    I see you're still upset,.[/quote:15ox3gu3]

    F U C K...
  7. Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? . :D[/quote]

    F U C K Y O U
  8. Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    Here is the problem. in 2006, the Steelers had a better center. Faneca was also a bit younger. They demanded the attention of the defense. Last year our center was more than awful. It took teams a...
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    Let me be frank...MSM you know your stuff...

    I appreciate the compliment.

    but you also display ALOT of arrogance. I'm sure this isn't new to you. That arrogance will breed alot of contempt...
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    I discuss steeler issues. I never attack any one personally unless I'm attacked.
    I might disagree with someone for their sports opinions but that is part of the discussion.
    Instead of making a...
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    You may have missed it on here, but I had to put up with it. And I didn't "start" anything last night. Flasteel needs to mature and get over himself.
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    He started it on here by posting phots. Ask Shawn.

    You also did nothing about eniparadoxgma and his unprovoked attacks I had to put up on here for about 2 weeks.

    so forgive me for standing...
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    - Flasteel Wrote.

    :Clap :Agree[/quote]

    where were you at a few weeks ago on here when he posting Pictures and doing his
    little sore loser stuff on here? The moderaters had to take down his...
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    Typical fan who complains about the Offensive coordinator. When does it end? [/quote]

    :wft

    I have just been on the trib live board and seen how infantile and juvenile it can be, particularly...
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    Re: Nice to see Parker on the Edge

    Typical fan who complains about the Offensive coordinator. When does it end?
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    Re: Hampton, Hills, and Humpal

    You can start by reading my posts.

    Its almost expected of a former championship team that the older players would form an old-guard clique of leadership. Casey Hampton is one example.



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  18. Re: ESPN: Bengals 'far apart' on contract with draft pick Rivers

    The Bengals = pirates.
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    Re: mendenhall gets stuffed

    WE DIDN'T NEED A SHORT YARDAGE BACK.

    AFC Leaders: %First Down, Run on 3rd/<3 (Thru Dec. 30, 2007)
    (.625 Rushes/Game)

    Rank Player Team Stats
    1 Joseph Addai Ind 86.7 ( 13/15 )
    2 LaDainian...
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    Re: Chem At Camp

    I hope Ben's groin injury isn't too serious.
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    Re: NFLN showing 2002 AFCCG right now

    THE 2001 patriots were the worst SB winning team going back 30 years.

    Ranking SB teams on Yards Per PLAY DIFFERENTIAL.

    1999 RAMS 6.5 4.7 = +1.8
    1979 STEELERS 5.8 4.1 = +1.7
    1989 49ERS ...
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    Re: Woodley a beast in drills

    Woodley is the next Lawrence taylor. I have to give Colbert credit for that pick.
  23. Re: I've had it with the pittsburghlive board

    Probably something like this...... :wink:

    http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/5148/panicww0.gif
    http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/5148/panicww0.gif...
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    Re: surprise player

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D...
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    Re: Bruce Arians

    If you can average over 4 yards a carry when the majority of the time the opponent knows you are going to run then you are doing something right. You demoralize your opponent and you create a...
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