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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerOfDeVille View Post
    perhaps if they just started out with the no huddle.....
    I'd like to see them do this. You're 0-4, why not come out with a spread offense, in the no-huddle?

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    So when Ben throws a TD and points to the sky does this bother you guys also?
    Who gives a flying %$#$% what Brown does after a TD or 1st down as long as there's no penalties.
    Some of you guys need to get laid

  3. #43
    I don't care what he does after a catch, I just find it amusing that others are labeled me first guys and AB gets a pass.

    its hypocritical.

    AB is having an outstanding year and I hope it continues, even though the team around him is imploding.

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    I guess I didn't realize that dropping TE football and making the first down signal made someone a "me first" player...

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    It's all a matter of perspective. Ben pointing to the sky after a touchdown... is after touchdown. Sack dances are after sacks. Splash plays. Spectacular plays. You do something spectacular, then by all means celebrate and brag a (very) little. Catching an 8 yard pass for a first down should be downright routine. It's not worthy of a celebration. It's your job. Even Bettis only did his stupid little high step after breaking off a decently long run. AB ball dropping after an 8 yard gain for a first down is the same as Bettis high stepping after a 3 yard gain for a first down. Same premise, and just as ludicrous. A few of his catches were worthy of the celebration, but he is right on the edge with it at times.

    On the bright side, at least AB isn't Simpson from the Vikes. That dude was over the top with the ball droppin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsoRojo View Post
    It's all a matter of perspective. Ben pointing to the sky after a touchdown... is after touchdown. Sack dances are after sacks. Splash plays. Spectacular plays. You do something spectacular, then by all means celebrate and brag a (very) little. Catching an 8 yard pass for a first down should be downright routine. It's not worthy of a celebration. It's your job. Even Bettis only did his stupid little high step after breaking off a decently long run. AB ball dropping after an 8 yard gain for a first down is the same as Bettis high stepping after a 3 yard gain for a first down. Same premise, and just as ludicrous. A few of his catches were worthy of the celebration, but he is right on the edge with it at times.

    On the bright side, at least AB isn't Simpson from the Vikes. That dude was over the top with the ball droppin'.
    at least AB is celebrating moving the chains. A sack on 1st down doesn't kill a drive.

    ...and Bettis did his little dance after some nice 5 yard runs.. and we loved every minute of it.

    Like Pete said... some fans need to get laid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    at least AB is celebrating moving the chains. A sack on 1st down doesn't kill a drive.

    ...and Bettis did his little dance after some nice 5 yard runs.. and we loved every minute of it.

    Like Pete said... some fans need to get laid.
    I think all fans need to get laid. I'm a fan of getting laid myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    at least AB is celebrating moving the chains. A sack on 1st down doesn't kill a drive.

    ...and Bettis did his little dance after some nice 5 yard runs.. and we loved every minute of it.

    Like Pete said... some fans need to get laid.

    Exactly on the mark. Like I said no one ever complained about Bettis' dances, Hines jawing at the opponents or Joey Porters antics on every play. But standing up and dropping the ball is considered too much? Really?
    Playing Fantasy Football does not qualify you to be the in the front office or on the coaching staff of the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are professionals and you are not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    Exactly on the mark. Like I said no one ever complained about Bettis' dances, Hines jawing at the opponents or Joey Porters antics on every play. But standing up and dropping the ball is considered too much? Really?
    First of all, Brown's antics have hurt the team in the past with penalties. Second, making an ass out of yourself and pointing out that you got a first down when your team is, once again, getting destroyed shows that you care more about yourself than the team.

    Get a huge first down, do something when your winning - fine - celebrate. Otherwise, quit acting like a fool.

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    First of all, Brown's antics have hurt the team in the past with penalties. Second, making an ass out of yourself and pointing out that you got a first down when your team is, once again, getting destroyed shows that you care more about yourself than the team.
    I disagree. I think it shows that you are excited, that you love football and that you are still working to help the team win...

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