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    Very slow looking lifeless defense

    I know its Mile High, but looks really bad.
    No fire,no spark
    Hampton is the biggest I've ever seen him.
    Worilds is almost as big as Casey
    Mundy makes Ryan Clark look like a speed demon.
    I guess when guys sit out all training camp its expected.
    Mr Hood, excuse me can you just slide out of the way so we can run the ball.
    Very dissappointed tonight even if we come back to win.
    Last edited by pittpete; 09-09-2012 at 11:27 PM.

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    I was worried about this because they played alot early, then sat for almost 2 quarters and a halftime.

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    I agree... The defense looks pathetic.

    Lebeau is WAY, WAY to reliant on Troy. Our dline played terrible and our LBs are equally as bad.

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    Timmons and Worlids are huge... they used to have speed, now they look slow...

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    When I saw #93 I thought Joel Steed was back

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    No Harrison + No Clark = No Heart + No Defense

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    ​No anchor on the DL, They got pushed around all night.






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    Lost this one in the trenches

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    Lost this one in the trenches
    The game was loss because the defense couldn't do much to slow down Peyton Manning and the Steelers gave the ball away in crunch time. Manning made the players around him better by doing several things well. There's no shame in losing to one of the best QB's to play the game. The good news is the defense won't have to face Peyton Manning every week.

    This could be a long season for Steelers fans if the defense doesn't play up to past standards. I don't believe the QB/offense is good enough to carry this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    Timmons and Worlids are huge... they used to have speed, now they look slow...
    Peyton freaking Manning outran Timmons to the sideline in the first half, that's how slow he looked. I'm sure it was just an illusion, but man it sure looked like Manning had the better legs.

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