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    PFF Grades vs Bengals

    For what it is worth, he is a link to the PFF grades. Very high marks for DD and Troy. Wallace and Spaeth graded poorly. http://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com...football-focus

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    For what it is worth, he is a link to the PFF grades. Very high marks for DD and Troy. Wallace and Spaeth graded poorly. http://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com...football-focus
    The offense is going to get better each week and next year should be one of the best in the game. Only allowing 2 sacks in the past 5 games is amazing, Ben was sacked that much in one half of football on a regular basis.

    Troy is having a great year, but I just can't see how they pay him his current contract next year.

    It looks like DeCastro is going to be everything the Steelers believed when he fell in their laps. I hope Jarvis Jones makes the same gains developmentally as DeCastro over the next year, because he fell into their laps as well.

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    With Cody Wallace stepping in with just his second game, I'm not alarmed. What is this guys history ? Has he been on any or many teams and how recently before he got to the Steelers ? Also, I wonder if they will retain him with seeing how well Pouncey and Valascro come around ? I'm happy with the o-line and I also believe credit goes to Haley. Haley is doing what he can with play calling to help with the o-line and keeping Ben safer.

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