Dude, why would you create a second thread about Dwyer. You drooled on him enough in the first thread. Are you his agent?
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We all know what happened when JD saw Ben eating macaroni salad, and left behind a fork.
Originally Posted by flippy
Ben's firstborn son is due pretty soon...if Roethlisberger Jr. does get circumcized, the doctors better watch out just in case JD is there to swipe the "scalpel of greatness."
The Rams' offense featuring weapons such as Marshall Faulk, Torrey Holt, and Isaac Bruce were known as "The Greatest Show on Turf"
The Steelers' offense featuring weapons such as Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant should be known as "The Greatest Show on Grass"
This has nothing at all to do with respective playing surfaces at the Edward Jones Dome vs. Heinz Field.
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And leave the "forkskin of greatness" behind?
Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
That thread was too old and not around. I thought his catch was worthy of a new thread. By the way, who threw that block that up-ended a rusher on the TD pass from Leftwich? That was a hell of a block and without it, no TD would have been thrown.
Originally Posted by aggiebones
I've been harsh on Dwyer, but I have to admit--that he has earned his place on this team this summer. He has earned playing time when the real season starts.
Let's not forget, he began his NFL career showing up super fat at the combines. I mean, come on dude, you had millions on the line and you couldn't push away from pizza and Micky Dees for a few months? That shows he has some real maturity/discipline issues to begin with. But he has serious talent. And this year, he came in 20 lbs lighter saying things like "I know it's my responsibility to get in shape, no one else's." And he has continued to seem like a new man, other than taping his helmet to get out of the game, although it's possible that was because he was injured. I've been high on him since they drafted him, and this year he has shown he might have "seen the light." I have said all along that if he puts in the effort he will prove a BETTER back than Mendenhall, who has been disappointing more than not - always is one broken tackle away from a big play, but he never breaks that last tackle and he obvious F--ks around too much in the backfield after he gets the hand off.
Originally Posted by Shoe
Redman takes major hits in short yardage situations...but, what RB doesn't? That's what happens in short yardage...defenses stack the line...
Originally Posted by lloydroid
If you take an objective look at his carries that were not in short yardage, specifically last year in the Browns and Broncos games, he only took a big shot when he was fighting for extra yards...again, a situation when any RB would invite a big hit...
That was a sweet catch by Dwyer, though...it was a great catch at the time when it was needed most...