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Thread: Doug Legursky is Steelers' new starter at RG

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    Re: Doug Legursky is Steelers' new starter at RG

    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Haloti Ngata absolutely ate Legursky for lunch.
    Legursky versus Ngata reminded me of:


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    Re: Doug Legursky is Steelers' new starter at RG

    Heck, there was a play that Ngata ran down Mike Wallace to tackle him.

    Ngata is a freak. That guy has no peer.

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    Re: Doug Legursky is Steelers' new starter at RG

    To be fair, Legursky isn't the first guy to have trouble with Ngata.
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    Re: Doug Legursky is Steelers' new starter at RG

    Post-Baltimore thoughts

    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
    by Dale Lolley

    © The Steelers first two turnovers, a pair of fumbles, were caused by miscommunications on the offensive line.

    On the first, they allowed Suggs to come up the middle untouched and hit Roethlisberger, forcing a fumble. On the second, it was Ngata being passed off untouched.

    Even if it wasn't my job to block either of those two guys, I'd have my eye on where they are. They are both too good and too important to what Baltimore does up front to just ignore.

    It appeared that Doug Legursky and Maurkice Pouncey were at fault both times. Those two didn't get a lot of snaps together in the preseason.



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