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    Rotating running backs is Haley's staple.

    It's also a waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Rotating running backs is Haley's staple.

    It's also a waste of time.
    Le'veon Bell would end Haley's staple once he puts on the cleats on for the Steelers if they draft him. Running back by committee is for the birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Rotating running backs is Haley's staple.

    It's also a waste of time.
    Yeah, what a waste to have the #1 rushing attack in the NFL and almost two 1,000yd rushers on the team...

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    And what happened in the playoffs?

    Starched.

    Embarrassed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    And what happened in the playoffs?

    Starched.

    Embarrassed.


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    Nice try to save yourself
    I wish people would/could leave politics out of a Steelers Football Forum.

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    Not at all. The AFC West is a joke. Only Dick LeBeau's overrated scheme lost to it in the playoffs.

    Rivers has been a post season choker for years.

    Peyton sucked ass against the Ravens with three turnovers.

    And the 2010 Chiefs got worked as well.

    They play real teams and they get whacked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Not at all. The AFC West is a joke. Only Dick LeBeau's overrated scheme lost to it in the playoffs.

    Rivers has been a post season choker for years.

    Peyton sucked ass against the Ravens with three turnovers.

    And the 2010 Chiefs got worked as well.

    They play real teams and they get whacked.
    Hang on a minute- one minute you are discussing how the rotation RB scheme is no good, and to justify it you show that Rivers is overrated & Manning chokes in playoff games?

    Aren't they both QB's?

    What are we arguing here?
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    The Chiefs rotation can work in a garbage division.

    Then they played the WILD CARD TEAM from the AFC North at home and got destroyed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    The Chiefs rotation can work in a garbage division.

    Then they played the WILD CARD TEAM from the AFC North at home and got destroyed.
    Hold your horses..

    Against the Ravens- a team KNOWN to be strong against the run, the Chiefs had 14 rushes for 98 yards. Charles averaged 9.1 YPC per carry.

    the Chiefs didn't lose because of a crappy running game.

    They lost because Matt Cassell was their QB.

    Now, unless you are about to argue that Ben is on par with Cassell as a starting QB, the Steelers shouldn't suffer the same kind of fate if they get that sort of production on the ground...
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    They had slightly over 100 yards if I recall, I think 40 of it came on one carry in the first half from Charles. Jones did nothing in that game.

    If we try to be the 2010 Chiefs? We won't win 6 games.

    And what's sad? Is that's exactly where we are headed as a team.

    Sad.

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