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    This is what we were hoping for from Redman at the beginning of the season...good to see him healthy & running hard. Here's to an outstanding effort...
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    NOW WHAT HE NEEDS TO DO IS STEP UP AND LEAD BY EXAMPLE. i.e. Play next week, let the coaching staff know that you are ready to carry the load again this Sunday if needed. DON'T be so ready to slink back into the RB mix...

    I'm not saying cause a stink. I'm saying that you need to show people that you want it that bad--that's leadership. That's what championship teams are made of. If Mendenhall is still iffy (which I'm assuming he still is; totally understandable BTW)... and Dwyer wants to nurse his own pussitis, then let the staff know that you are ready to ball!

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    Will Johnson... because nobody gives props to Will Johnson.
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    wait... is it Johnson or Johnston?

    Either way- that dude at FB... Will Anonymous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snatch98 View Post
    Agreed. I also think in hindsight the fake field goal was pretty slick, it just didn't work. If it did we'd be going nuts about it. A worthwhile gamble considering the way our D was playing. Redman sealed the deal in traditional steeler fashion and Mr. Quiet Mike Wallace changed the games momentum. Great win in all facets and honestly without a few of the REALLY BAD penalties against the Steelers we ran the show.
    On the road, down by three and the defense playing well, take the points and tie to put yourself in a position to win the game. It worked this time, but IMO, in that situation, you have to take the points and tie the game.

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    I couldnt agree more, Pap.

    You can't win the game right there. But you could tie it and put your team in a better position to win.

    Geez, Tomlin! You have to take those points right there!!!

    And that fake needs some work. didn't fool anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    On the road, down by three and the defense playing well, take the points and tie to put yourself in a position to win the game. It worked this time, but IMO, in that situation, you have to take the points and tie the game.

    Pappy
    I agree, it was a bad decision by Tomlin. He should had taken the points in that situation. Tomlin is fortunate that the team won because he would had never heard the end of it from select fans.

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    Redman stepped up when needed with the other guys down. Kudos to him. If he can do that consistently, then I'm sold. However, I expect when the others get well we will see a real dominant running back by committee.
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