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    Dwyer

    Anyone know why he's constantly asking to come out of the game?

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    Willie Colon eats Mexican for his pre game meal?......I wondered the same thing last night. He had two nice gains in a row and was them motioning to come out....I'm yelling 'stay the f_ck in there and keep pounding'......

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    Anyone know why he's constantly asking to come out of the game?
    He sets the bar pretty low for himself. The guy ALWAYS looks to the sidelines...

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    They were asking the same question on the fan today and I haven't heard a legit answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    Anyone know why he's constantly asking to come out of the game?
    Poor Conditioning and Low Pain Threshold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    Anyone know why he's constantly asking to come out of the game?
    He's a puss. A talented puss, but a puss nonetheless.



    Just kidding. I like the way he runs. No puss would be getting the yards after contact that he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    He's a puss. A talented puss, but a puss nonetheless.



    Just kidding. I like the way he runs. No puss would be getting the yards after contact that he does.
    I don't think him getting yards after contact has anything to do with his mental make up.

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    Instead of ripping Dwyer might we consider that he is coming off an injury and the coaching staff instructed him if he feels something to take a breather because they have depth at RB. I know it is easier for internet "he men" to question the courage and heart of Dwyer but we have no idea what he has been told to do, do we?
    Playing Fantasy Football does not qualify you to be the in the front office or on the coaching staff of the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are professionals and you are not!

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    Dwyer was our best RB last night, maybe he should improve his conditioning a bit but when you are a big back and run as hard as he does perhaps you need a breather every so often.

    would you guys rather have Dwyer stay in the game if he feels winded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    Dwyer was our best RB last night, maybe he should improve his conditioning a bit but when you are a big back and run as hard as he does perhaps you need a breather every so often.

    would you guys rather have Dwyer stay in the game if he feels winded?
    As Tomlin always says....run him til the wheels fall off.

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