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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

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    Worst Steeler loss of 2012...


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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

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    Guys we lost to a team with no QB. He routinely completes 5-6 passes per game. And so he doubled that against us for 10 completions and we could not win. There have been other tough losses for nothing as humiliating as losing to a team with a pampered fraud at QB. Well he beat us will be the common refrain. And to that my only reply is silence. This is absolutely horrible.

    ps Imagine we play a team and knock 3 of their qbs out of the game. So theyre in an emergency situation. Their 3rd string TE was pretty good in college so they give him a shot. He comes in, complete 10 passes and beats us. Can you imagine Trent difler right now, how about the Ravens coach.

    Dude, whether Tebow is a good passer has really nothing to do with it. He won a National Championship, he won a Heisman, and he has never in his entire life lost 3 games in a row until last week. The guy is a winner and won 6 straight in this league already. We played to stop the run, which we did, and he made some good passes, and proved that maybe he can have some success as a QB in something other than a true NFL offense. You act like the guy played behind you on your high school team, and then they called him up because he had the winning lotto ticket. The guy was a first round draft picj in the NFL, and he is a fantastic athlete and a great leader. What don't you understand?

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

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    Quote Originally Posted by pick6
    Guys we lost to a team with no QB. He routinely completes 5-6 passes per game. And so he doubled that against us for 10 completions and we could not win. There have been other tough losses for nothing as humiliating as losing to a team with a pampered fraud at QB. Well he beat us will be the common refrain. And to that my only reply is silence. This is absolutely horrible.

    ps Imagine we play a team and knock 3 of their qbs out of the game. So theyre in an emergency situation. Their 3rd string TE was pretty good in college so they give him a shot. He comes in, complete 10 passes and beats us. Can you imagine Trent difler right now, how about the Ravens coach.

    Dude, whether Tebow is a good passer has really nothing to do with it. He won a National Championship, he won a Heisman, and he has never in his entire life lost 3 games in a row until last week. The guy is a winner and won 6 straight in this league already. We played to stop the run, which we did, and he made some good passes, and proved that maybe he can have some success as a QB in something other than a true NFL offense. You act like the guy played behind you on your high school team, and then they called him up because he had the winning lotto ticket. The guy was a first round draft picj in the NFL, and he is a fantastic athlete and a great leader. What don't you understand?
    Tebows passing ability has nothing to do with it. But a Heisman trophy and a championship are supposed to make me feel better about losing to this bum. The fact that you buy into these lies that HE won 6 in a row, as if all the other follies that happened in those games not to mention their Def and Mcghahee, had anything to do with that team winning. This is what sucks. that our team helped to build the false mystique built around this guy and that a Steeler fan is asking me what i don't understand. What a joke.

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

    It was a wild card game. Overjoyed browns fans around here are comparing it to The Drive
    or The Fumble. Sure it stings, but I'm not looking for any tall buildings either.

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

    Doesn't seem so bad to me. We fought til the end.

    Had loads of injuries. Not our best team. I was surprised we made it as far as we did. This team surpassed my expectations.

    It's time to retool the D and start getting some QB pressure. This is an issue I've been complaining about for the last couple seasons. We need a D that can get consistent QB pressure. Our biggest issue.

    I'll give Ben a pass cause of his ankle.

    It may be time to let Wallace go and pay for some OLine talent to keep Ben healthy for our next playoff run. Time to cut the fat, the old, the broken down, and the guys who don't have the clutch gene.

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

    Quote Originally Posted by flippy

    This is an issue I've been complaining about for the last couple seasons. We need a D that can get consistent QB pressure. guys who don't have the clutch gene.
    while I agree the pass rush was down this year, we led the league in sacks last season. What more did you want?

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy

    This is an issue I've been complaining about for the last couple seasons. We need a D that can get consistent QB pressure. guys who don't have the clutch gene.
    while I agree the pass rush was down this year, we led the league in sacks last season. What more did you want?
    A timely splash play.

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy

    This is an issue I've been complaining about for the last couple seasons. We need a D that can get consistent QB pressure. guys who don't have the clutch gene.
    while I agree the pass rush was down this year, we led the league in sacks last season. What more did you want?
    Sacks don't matter. It's QB pressure that matters. And we didn't get it last year consistently. We had to manufacture pressure to get sacks. This is something we could see coming for a couple seasons.

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    sacks don't matter now?

    huh, learn something new every day.

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    Re: The worst Steeler loss in history

    Not bad for me, I judged the playoff run by last week. I knew we wasn't going far. But i did expect to beat them bums.

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