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Thread: Boomer Esiason: Steelers Loss To Raiders Would Be ‘Unacceptable’

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    We often have trouble with the Raiders, but it usually seems like we are in the middle of a pretty good season and they knock the Steelers down. This time the Steelers go in a more desperate team so hopefully there is no chance of taking them lightly.

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    Boomer made sense. Good for him.
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    If the D can play like they did against RG III last season and the offense doesn't take a step back, we can win...

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    You know what the biggest issue is - NO team respects the Steelers and it's laughable to talk about anyone fearing them. Rookie QB's look at playing the Steelers D as a chance to turn the ship around, get stats, and a win. There is no concern whatsoever about facing a D that's even a little bit confusing or ferocious. At this point, teams can't wait to play the Steelers and their high school schemes.

    It's a sad, sad day when you realize the NFL noobs are looking forward to playing the Steelers and getting a victory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    I have a feeling we're going to have to score more points than we've been scoring to beat the Raiders. They have a decent rushing attack. I'm not confident about this game at all.
    We scored right on our season average + We're soft against the run = We lose to the lowly Faiders.

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    Unacceptable? Yes.

    Unexpected? Sadly, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    You know what the biggest issue is - NO team respects the Steelers and it's laughable to talk about anyone fearing them. Rookie QB's look at playing the Steelers D as a chance to turn the ship around, get stats, and a win. There is no concern whatsoever about facing a D that's even a little bit confusing or ferocious. At this point, teams can't wait to play the Steelers and their high school schemes.

    It's a sad, sad day when you realize the NFL noobs are looking forward to playing the Steelers and getting a victory.
    yup, and how long has that been going on?...............5-6 years
    Hmmmm

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