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    Sure you are. The 2009 Cleveland game proved that.

    Guys like you got what you wanted, the evil BA was fired and the HOF QB was shown who is boss.

    8-8.

    Hope you enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Sure you are. The 2009 Cleveland game proved that.

    Guys like you got what you wanted, the evil BA was fired and the HOF QB was shown who is boss.

    8-8.

    Hope you enjoyed it.

    Nice to see that you enjoy gloating about going 8-8. Forget that Ben was having a CAREER year before he and the vast majority of the team went down with INJURIES. Yeah - ignore that point, cause it doesn't fit your ridiculous - everyone hates Ben - agenda.

    Yea - getting rid of BA and asking Ben to tweak his game so he doesn't get killed is the reason we went 8-8. Your response to a ridiculous post like that would be, "Do you even watch the games?".

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    And what happened anyway? The golf coach used the same slow, plodding play of having Miller in the backfield (just like Arians used to) on a 3rd down pass and Ben got crunched anyway.

    The same stupid formation he called prior to Suisham's miss in Tennessee that almost got Ben killed. Ben escaped that one, he couldn't escape Hali.

    Ben was better in 2007. He was arguably better in 2009.

    Trying to live on 3rd down all year set Ben up to get crunched.

    But hey, at least the golf coach has a fullback on the field.

    Yay.

    Not gloating at all. But until this organization realizes that someone being from Pittsburgh isn't an automatic cure all? Expect more of the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Who said anything about starting? LeBeau's rookies don't see the field hardly at all.

    Kirkland saw spot duty in 1992, hell he played DEFENSIVE LINE in Cowher's first game.

    1993 Chad Brown was a rush end specialist, Deon Figures was the nickel back. Willie Williams also saw time on the field in 1993.

    1994 Brentson Buckner saw action at DT/DE and took over full time when Gerald Williams got hurt. Jason Gildon inherited the rush end role Chad Brown had in 1993 because Brown was a starting ILB in 1994.

    It's not even close. Not only does LeBeau not play his rookies, he and DL coach John Mitchell actually COACH their DL's to be something they weren't in college, thus negating the reasons we drafted them in the first place.
    Well then two can play this game. Woodley saw time as a pass rushing specialist, Hood saw the field, Mclendon saw the field, Heyward saw the field, Gay saw the field, Cortez Allen saw the field. Hell, even Ryan Mundy started games in his second year.

    and Chad Brown was a RILB up until 1996 when Lloyd got hurt and Olsavsky took Brown's position and Brown moved into Lloyd's position at ROLB.

    and if Williams doesn't get injured Buckner never sees the field. No difference.
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    Buckner was on the field WITH Williams. He was playing duty at DE and NT. When Gerald got hurt he moved to NT full time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Buckner was on the field WITH Williams. He was playing duty at DE and NT. When Gerald got hurt he moved to NT full time.
    I think Joel Steed would take exception to that since he started all 16 games at NT. Buckner was playing behind Ray Seals at RDE. Williams played LDE. When Williams and Seals got hurt Buckner and Kevin Henry got playing time. Let's play with the facts please.
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    and Chad Brown was a RILB up until 1996 when Lloyd got hurt and Olsavsky took Brown's position and Brown moved into Lloyd's position at ROLB.
    Yeah Jerry O. Another guy who "knew" the defense in 1996.

    Earl Holmes was dominant that preseason, did nothing but kick ass the entire pre-season.

    Barely saw the field all year. Until a meaningless game (for the Steelers) against eventual NFC title game bound Carolina:

    10 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, and a sack.

    Only to see Jerry's slow ass on the field in the playoffs weeks later when Curtis Martin destroyed him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85 View Post
    I think Joel Steed would take exception to that since he started all 16 games at NT. Buckner was playing behind Ray Seals at RDE. Williams played LDE. When Williams and Seals got hurt Buckner and Kevin Henry got playing time. Let's play with the facts please.
    1995 our starting DLINE was Ray Seals, Joel Steed & Buckner.
    Kevin Henry never got the nod until Seals left via Free Agency the next year.
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    Kevin Henry saw spot duty as a rush DE his first three seasons. Wasn't a starter but saw plenty of snaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Sure you are. The 2009 Cleveland game proved that.

    Guys like you got what you wanted, the evil BA was fired and the HOF QB was shown who is boss.

    8-8.

    Hope you enjoyed it.
    The 2009 Cleveland game is what we got when BA called the plays...

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