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    the only thing WALLACE prefers over Pittsburgh is the sun, no state taxes and a soft fan base who will overlook his toughness for his big play potential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SidSmythe View Post
    the only thing WALLACE prefers over Pittsburgh is the sun, no state taxes and a soft fan base who will overlook his toughness for his big play potential.
    That's actually a list of THINGS he prefers over Pittsburgh!

    -Sun
    -No State Taxes
    -Soft fan base who'll overlook his "lack of toughness" for his big play potential

    And I'll add another:

    -Money (which is probably at the top of the list)

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    Stonio isn't a cancer in NYJ... he is the least of their problems.
    I'd disagree with that. He may not be their biggest problem, but he isn't part of the solution. I remember a game with the Jets getting blown out, and Stonio and Plax sitting together on the sidelines and moping about not getting their catches.

    Holmes is a turd with absolutely no leadership abilities. You would think that a former SB MVP with a huge salary would be a team leader, but what has he done to help bring cohesion to that mess?

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    FWIW, I read where Wallace talks about the difference, but he is hardly bashing the Steelers. There are differences between the two, thats all.

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    Mike enjoys being free of the weight of high expectations....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    Mike enjoys being free of the weight of high expectations....
    Exactly. Right now he's being treated like a king and he's probably loving it. It's like starting any new job ...everyone's expectations are high and you're high off the attention. Just wait until a season or 2 goes by. Then we'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    I'd disagree with that. He may not be their biggest problem, but he isn't part of the solution. I remember a game with the Jets getting blown out, and Stonio and Plax sitting together on the sidelines and moping about not getting their catches.

    Holmes is a turd with absolutely no leadership abilities. You would think that a former SB MVP with a huge salary would be a team leader, but what has he done to help bring cohesion to that mess?
    WR aren't team leaders... they were moping about not getting their touches in a blowout? Wow.. maybe it's because they believe if they touched the ball they wouldn't get blown out!

    WR as a leader? LOL... without a great QB there is no such thing as a WR who leads. It's not possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slapstick View Post
    mike enjoys being free of the weight of high expectations....
    bingoooooooooooooooooo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    WR aren't team leaders... they were moping about not getting their touches in a blowout? Wow.. maybe it's because they believe if they touched the ball they wouldn't get blown out!

    WR as a leader? LOL... without a great QB there is no such thing as a WR who leads. It's not possible.
    Holmes is a cancer. Not as bad as TO. But team players (and especially captains) don't do this:
    http://m.espn.go.com/general/story?s...3&city=newyork

    That's NOT how "you be great"
    Last edited by Eich; 05-28-2013 at 05:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    WR aren't team leaders... they were moping about not getting their touches in a blowout? Wow.. maybe it's because they believe if they touched the ball they wouldn't get blown out!

    WR as a leader? LOL... without a great QB there is no such thing as a WR who leads. It's not possible.
    Hines Ward was a leader. You would see him hold others accountable, not bring others down with his wallowing in self pity.

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