Well Keep laughing cause that's all you got. A Biology lesson as reasoning for your argument? Really? Pathetic...You haven't told me anything football that I didn't mention.
I said Farrior wasn't that "adrenaline pumper" you keep harping about. He didn't run his mouth like Porter. You don't have to be that to be a leader. Neither was Harrison, A Smith, Keisel, Hampton, Clark....They were leaders by example. It is clearly obvious you weren't in the game long...We found Captain Obvious! I never said anything about a bridge of players & coaches. What I said relates to his understanding of the game. That takes a special player. Perhaps you heard of communication with your team mates & coaches. That understanding & communication contributes to a good leader...Same fashion as BB on offense.
There are players here that "motivate the troops". Do you think they go to the sideline & knit or listen to music? Wow...Blind. You don't have to be an up in your face leader to motivate. Don't be a little Beotch & change your story now. They guy you described wasn't Farrior. He wasn't a vocal leader like Ray Lewis or Joey Porter by any stretch. He had his own way of going about it. There are vocal leaders on this team. Being vocal doesn't mean the audio picks them up on the broadcast chewing out players or pumping them up. Vocal means on the practice field...In the film room....In the locker room....On the sideline...In the game. Timmons didn't have to be that guy with Farrior, Smith, Keisel, Harrison, etc. Around the locker room....Wake up...They aren't here now. Read the article about AB. That isn't my words...That's coming from a football player ready to assume the leadership role. Sound familiar?
What I said about production & locker room leader holds allot of weight. That's where leaders take stage. Not just the 60 minutes on Sunday. You don't get that & never will...That's why you will be inferior. There is adrenaline pumping when you run down the tunnel. Your infatuation with adrenalin is humorous. This isn't a movie where the need a rush to come out just to make a big play. Honestly, the stuff you are saying is like you never stepped on the field. "You need someone to pump them up on the sideline & get the adrenaline going so they play better!"....Ummm...No. These are football players...Professional football players....They better be there. It's a violent game & your adrenaline is pumping all the time. You wouldn't know that being a towel boy so I will give you a pass.
Porter was the last guy that fits your description. They won 1 & also lost one to GB. Farrior, Harrison, Ward, Clark, Smith, Diesel....They were all leaders. Those have been the type of Steeler leaders since & that's what will rise now that there is a changing of the guard. There may be one on the horizon that may be a real in your face leader but be dam sure his production on the field & work ethic is what will get them to listen & follow...Not his mouth! I don't have time to explain football to you dummy because your version in your mind exist on an Xbox or what you see in the movies. Keep looking for that adrenaline rush that you think changes everything. The Pee Wee Football handbook is in your nightstand. Unless you played after College Spanky...You didn't go further than me.