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Thread: Pgh "loses" it's special team's coach?

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    Pgh "loses" it's special team's coach?

    AZ has signed him to the same position....really?

    When you get signed away to the same position for another team, doesn't that usually mean you did a good job the previous season? Amos Jones? Do you think our ST were "special?"

    I don't know. Why would he leave to a crap team for the same position to begin with? It might be that things are not going so well in Steeler land. Would you leave the Steelers for the same position with the Cards?

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    and probably an easier chance at getting a promotion next year if ST's improves. Our ST's are notorious for being horrible so maybe it's the culture as well.

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    I don't think most around here would say that the man did a good job, so this saves the FO from getting rid of him. KC probably called BA and asked for a solid. LOL

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    Maybe he was told that, " if any team offers you a spot, take it. " Wow, and I thought Bruce Arians never did anything positive for our Steelers. I hope Tomlin doesn't use the same measuring stick to find a special teams coach as he did when he thought Mayan would work as a center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fezziwig View Post
    Maybe he was told that, " if any team offers you a spot, take it. " Wow, and I thought Bruce Arians never did anything positive for our Steelers. I hope Tomlin doesn't use the same measuring stick to find a special teams coach as he did when he thought Mayan would work as a center.
    The Mayans predicted that the world would end in 2012.

    Sean Mahan predicted that solid Steeler OL play would end in 2007.



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    This has nothing at all to do with respective playing surfaces at the Edward Jones Dome vs. Heinz Field.

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