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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL View Post
    Of course you can decide. The Steelers are not your team "whiskers". Most fans around here know this. You compete for the "negative" village idiot title.

    I only offered a logical solution based on your "flawed perspective".
    And a yinzer will "yinzer." How cute. The Steelers - and their head coach - are infallible. They are perfect. What a sentience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whisper View Post
    And a yinzer will "yinzer." How cute. The Steelers - and their head coach - are infallible. They are perfect. What a sentience.
    A Pee Wee will be a Pee Wee. The Steelers, the Owner, the GM, the HC, ect made plenty of mistakes. Since 2007 this team never had a losing record. There were only 2 seasons since 2007 that this team/organization didn't have the opportunity to make the post season until the final game.

    NO losing seasons since Cowher coached this team. The Pats went 7-9 their 1st season without Brady.
    Last edited by BURGH86STEEL; 05-23-2023 at 03:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL View Post
    A Pee Wee will be a Pee Wee. The Steelers, the Owner, the GM, the HC, ect made plenty of mistakes. Since 2007 this team never had a losing record. There were only 2 seasons since 2007 that this team/organization didn't have the opportunity to make the post season until the final game.

    NO losing seasons since Cowher coached this team. The Pats went 7-9 their 1st season without Brady.
    And all that "non-losing" got us what again? What trophy do they hand out for non-losing seasons? What's it called? What a yin-zer. Classic Tomlin apologist. Incredible how easy it is to please them. Playoff wins? Naaa, what's that? We don't need any of them. Going on 7 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whisper View Post
    And all that "non-losing" got us what again? What trophy do they hand out for non-losing seasons? What's it called? What a yin-zer. Classic Tomlin apologist. Incredible how easy it is to please them. Playoff wins? Naaa, what's that? We don't need any of them. Going on 7 years.
    No losing seasons gave me hope for the next season.

    If all you live for is the "trophy" then you will be a perpetually unhappy sports fan. Pee Wee perpetually unhappy until a championship happens.

    I am content with the non losing seasons until the Steelers can build another championship winning team. Building a championship caliber team isn't easy Pee Wee.

    James was just swept out of the NBA playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BURGH86STEEL View Post
    No losing seasons gave me hope for the next season.

    If all you live for is the "trophy" then you will be a perpetually unhappy sports fan. Pee Wee perpetually unhappy until a championship happens.

    I am content with the non losing seasons until the Steelers can build another championship winning team. Building a championship caliber team isn't easy Pee Wee.

    James was just swept out of the NBA playoffs.

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    Awwwwwwwwwwwwww, look at the yinzer yinzering out. I asked you....what is inaccurate about these assertions?

    Let's count the ways we are equal to Philly of last year:

    OL: huge edge Philly
    QB: huge edge Philly
    WRs: huge philly
    RBs: Philly
    TEs: Philly
    DL: big edge Philly
    DBs: Philly
    LBs: push, maybe

    Yea, but we are right with the Eagles of last year. Sure.

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    If anyone watched it the question was which non-playoff team from last season has the look of Eagles. Teams picked were Saints, Steelers, Broncos, and Chargers, (yes even though they made the playoffs they were picked). Anyone taking those segments a little too seriously might need less coffee in the morning.

    Well it is a good path to try and follow, but there are some major differences before the Steelers can hope for that type of jump.

    The Eagles had a play caller in Steichen that is in another league when compared to the OC here. Our interior pieces of the oline is on the right path, but they have two of the best bookends in all of football and Steelers don't come close. They also added a top alpha WR in Brown that nobody here can compare with. Also their #2 WR Devonta and starting TE Goedart are a step above the top options available here. I mean there are other similarities, but those differences pointed out are legit. The other question is how much of a leap can KP make in year #2. I can envision some improvement though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crushedspirit View Post
    If anyone watched it the question was which non-playoff team from last season has the look of Eagles. Teams picked were Saints, Steelers, Broncos, and Chargers, (yes even though they made the playoffs they were picked). Anyone taking those segments a little too seriously might need less coffee in the morning.

    Well it is a good path to try and follow, but there are some major differences before the Steelers can hope for that type of jump.

    The Eagles had a play caller in Steichen that is in another league when compared to the OC here. Our interior pieces of the oline is on the right path, but they have two of the best bookends in all of football and Steelers don't come close. They also added a top alpha WR in Brown that nobody here can compare with. Also their #2 WR Devonta and starting TE Goedart are a step above the top options available here. I mean there are other similarities, but those differences pointed out are legit. The other question is how much of a leap can KP make in year #2. I can envision some improvement though.
    I think the article is moreso about what team can go from 9-8 to a SB contender in a year. Not which team can duplicate the Eagles at every position.

    Good running game
    Good weapons at WR
    QB who can improve dramatically
    Defense that is stout.

    I think we can do all those things plus we have a much lighter schedule in 2023. Iggles had one of the easiest schedule last year.
    I lost a bet about Najee gaining 1300 yards.

    "Our head coach has failed to win a playoff game for seven years in a row. His game day strategy, culture of divas, in game decisions, clock management, player evaluation, hires, and affinity with sub par starters at RB, P, and OL are holding the Steelers back. That standard remains the standard"



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    Quote Originally Posted by whisper View Post
    Let's count the ways we are equal to Philly of last year:

    OL: huge edge Philly
    QB: huge edge Philly
    WRs: huge philly
    RBs: Philly
    TEs: Philly
    DL: big edge Philly
    DBs: Philly
    LBs: push, maybe

    Yea, but we are right with the Eagles of last year. Sure.
    You're a fool. The fact you have "legend" next to you profile is comical

    QB-yes edge Hurts-We should have drafted him instead of Claypool-however KP8 is gonna make a leap
    RB-that is definitely our edge, eagles top 2 backs can't stay on field
    WR-While Philly has the top WR in Brown our room overall is better
    TE-Friermuth over Goddert and Washington over Arnold
    OL-This is closer than you think with Seamalu coming over.....Lane Johnson is a difference maker though
    DL/LB-I'll put our front 7 up against theirs any day. Their LB's are terrible excluding Reddick,,,,Graham and Cox are old as dirt
    DB's-definitely our favor---really not close







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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    I think the article is moreso about what team can go from 9-8 to a SB contender in a year. Not which team can duplicate the Eagles at every position.

    Good running game
    Good weapons at WR
    QB who can improve dramatically
    Defense that is stout.

    I think we can do all those things plus we have a much lighter schedule in 2023. Iggles had one of the easiest schedule last year.
    This - they weren't comparing rosters position by position, just looking for a team lying in the weeds with the potential to make a move in 2023. The Steelers have historically done this.

    1977 - 9-5, lost in div round, next year 14-2, won Super Bowl
    1993 - 9-7, blown out in div round, next year 12-4 AFCC Game.
    2000 - 9-7, miss playoffs, next year 13-3 AFCC Game.
    2009 - 9-7, miss playoffs, next year 12-4 in Super Bowl
    2013 - 8-8, miss playoffs, next year 11-5 win division
    2019 - 8-8, miss playoffs, next year 12-4 win division

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerkeylargo View Post
    You're a fool. The fact you have "legend" next to you profile is comical

    QB-yes edge Hurts-We should have drafted him instead of Claypool-however KP8 is gonna make a leap
    RB-that is definitely our edge, eagles top 2 backs can't stay on field
    WR-While Philly has the top WR in Brown our room overall is better
    TE-Friermuth over Goddert and Washington over Arnold
    OL-This is closer than you think with Seamalu coming over.....Lane Johnson is a difference maker though
    DL/LB-I'll put our front 7 up against theirs any day. Their LB's are terrible excluding Reddick,,,,Graham and Cox are old as dirt
    DB's-definitely our favor---really not close
    Let's count the ways we are equal to Philly of last year:

    OL: huge edge Philly
    QB: huge edge Philly
    WRs: huge philly
    RBs: Philly
    TEs: Philly
    DL: big edge Philly
    DBs: Philly
    LBs: push, maybe

    Yea, but we are right with the Eagles of last year. Sure.

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