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Thread: The scoring problem has nothing to do with the passing game

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by skyhawk View Post
    Thanks.

    Ben was -2 himself in crunch time.
    So "crunch time" is limited only to the game the Steelers lost, huh? Great, he threw three game-losing INTs this season. He also led three game-winning drives.
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    By the way, I found out that there were only two teams in the entire NFL this season that scored fewer non-passing TDs than the Steelers (nine): the Jaguars (six) and the Raiders (four). Every other team had more.

    But let's keep blaming the passing game for the scoring problems.
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    It is what it is. The passing game really wasn't to blame. Turnovers, inability to score points, running back by committee, poor special teams, inability to force turnovers were.

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