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Thread: 5 reasons why losing K Lewis is not a bad thing.

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    3rd and 3 from their own 14 and you want a run?

    Then Ben HAS to go.

    You want to play the field position game and yet you want three straight runs from their own 6?

    You didn't watch that game. You couldn't have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidSmythe View Post
    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.
    We were talking about 1994 and Kevin Henry started 5 games that year at RDE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    3rd and 3 from their own 14 and you want a run?

    Then Ben HAS to go.

    You want to play the field position game and yet you want three straight runs from their own 6?

    You didn't watch that game. You couldn't have.
    Because the sack worked out so much better?

    3rd and 3 in those weather conditions?

    Remember, circumstances...not stat sheets...

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    Maybe they let Keenan Lewis go because they liked Cortez Allen's ball skills enough to be confident in him as a starter. Remember, Lewis has one INT for his career.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBR96A View Post
    Maybe they let Keenan Lewis go because they liked Cortez Allen's ball skills enough to be confident in him as a starter. Remember, Lewis has one INT for his career.
    And, Allen is much, much cheaper...

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    3rd and 3 in those weather conditions?
    With the wind at their back? You throw.

    They should have come out throwing, get two scores, and then the Browns quit.

    But we ran the ball WITH the wind. Which was stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    With the wind at their back? You throw.

    They should have come out throwing, get two scores, and then the Browns quit.

    But we ran the ball WITH the wind. Which was stupid.
    Blame Arians...if he was going to have Ben drop back 40 times, he could have picked better times to do so...but, no..."they'll expect that"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    Blame Arians...if he was going to have Ben drop back 40 times, he could have picked better times to do so...but, no..."they'll expect that"...
    Keep reading the box score Slap.

    Guys like you, are why Art II hires idiots like Todd Haley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy00 View Post
    Keep reading the box score Slap.

    Guys like you, are why Art II hires idiots like Todd Haley.
    If you mean because I have common sense, then you may be right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    If you mean because I have common sense, then you may be right...
    You have no sense. You read box scores.

    Only an imbecile would say about a game where the Steelers ran the ball on the first two plays of a series 3 out of their first 4 drives "came out throwing".

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