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Suitanim
12-23-2005, 02:59 PM
The "Experts Picks" just kill me. 3 of those 6 idiots are picking the Browns...do these guys even watch football, or do they use a dart board to make these insane picks? I'm beginning to think Pete Prisco may actually be UK CANDY BEE...then again, Prisco probably knows what a check down receiver is...

http://cbs.sportsline.com/nfl/story/NFL_SC-PRED

clevestinks
12-23-2005, 03:25 PM
The more doubters we have, the more dispect that is shown, the more our backs our against the wall. THE BETTER WE PLAY! Bring it on!

Koopa
12-23-2005, 03:43 PM
ppl are always going to hate, they are just trying to pick an upset so if hell freezes over and the browns do pull up the upset they'll walk around acting like they are big sh!t for picking this game correctly

BIGBENFASTWILLIE
12-23-2005, 03:44 PM
i do not see steelers losing.....there too good of a team with too much on the line

BlitzburghRockCity
12-23-2005, 04:12 PM
Its funny how almost every week on the pregames the "analysts" and "experts" pick against the Steelers..

Thats ok, we dont mind...makes it more fun to say I told ya so !!

SteelCityMan786
12-23-2005, 04:43 PM
Harmon, Prisco, De Los Santos you are under arrest for smoking pot. You guys have to be the Biggest Dumbasses. The Steelers Are Gonna Beat The Shit Out Of The Browns. The Steelers have something to play for. You guys have to be clowns fans to do so.

tony hipchest
12-23-2005, 06:33 PM
Its funny how almost every week on the pregames the "analysts" and "experts" pick against the Steelers..

Thats ok, we dont mind...makes it more fun to say I told ya so !!

thats why i like the "inside nfl" crew. as a group theyre usually above .750 all the time picking the games and they are very reasonable when they pick or dont pick the steelers.

this week i think its 4-0 for the steelers and last week it was 3-1 (i think it was pencilneck collinsworthless picking the vikings- i could be wrong)

Sharkissle29
12-23-2005, 11:54 PM
i dont listen to CBS

Rush58
12-24-2005, 12:04 AM
I can see why they would pick against us. We are a one-dimensional team, and that's the way we are percieve. If the Browns can stop our run, they have a good chance at beating us (especially, now with Big Ben's thumb injury). Until we become a balance unit, that means throwing the ball as much as running the ball, then we will be considered a "real" threat IMO.

Koopa
12-24-2005, 12:17 AM
I can see why they would pick against us. We are a one-dimensional team, and that's the way we are percieve. If the Browns can stop our run, they have a good chance at beating us (especially, now with Big Ben's thumb injury). Until we become a balance unit, that means throwing the ball as much as running the ball, then we will be considered a "real" threat IMO.

well you sure like to bring this up as much as you can, and i somewhat agree with you, but what if we win the championship this year the way we play now, what would you be saying then? i know i've been hard on cowher and will probably continue to whether we win it all or not, but you never know, this style could take us to detroit this year and we can win it all running the ball a lot. and who's to say cowher won't open it up in the playoffs when it matters the most?

bengalsfan21
12-24-2005, 08:11 AM
They are picking the Browns bc it is a divisional game, and a wild card upset to the Steelers.....Can't say they are dumb for it bc some of the best football is played between divisional teams, no matter if one of them is 13-0 and the other 0-13. The Browns would love nothing more then to upset your playoff hopes I for one want you guys to win bc a Cincy/Pitts part 3 would be nice.

Rush58
12-24-2005, 09:04 AM
well you sure like to bring this up as much as you can, and i somewhat agree with you, but what if we win the championship this year the way we play now, what would you be saying then? i know i've been hard on cowher and will probably continue to whether we win it all or not, but you never know, this style could take us to detroit this year and we can win it all running the ball a lot. and who's to say cowher won't open it up in the playoffs when it matters the most?

Sorry, I just don?t want to see a repeat performance of last year?s postseason. I guess anything's possible, but I just don't see it b/c the teams that are in the playoffs are pretty good against the run (NE, Jax, and the Broncos). That means we have to throw the football and I don't believe you just can turn the switch on in one game, especially with a young qb. He needs development and that progression is being stunted IMO. How is a young qb going to know where to go with the football against a certain coverage if he's handing the ball off the majority of the time? That's my point and it's a pretty good point. :grin: lol

Rotorhead
12-24-2005, 09:24 AM
If you look at the teams that make it to the big game, they are all strong running teams. The pats went out and spent big money on running, the Broncos live off the run, Dallas back in their haydays, Seattle this year, Ravens in their run didnt even have an offence, but what little they did produce, they ran most of it. Ben can pass it up, unfortunately now his thumb is injured (like last year going into the playoffs if you recall) so it is good we can run if you think about it. Last year was our year, IMO, had our QB not been injured. I think we have a legit chance as long as we limit our mistakes and put pressure on opposing QB's. Our Off is plenty good to score a few TD's and FG's.

Steelerbabe28
12-24-2005, 09:33 AM
Harmon, Prisco, De Los Santos you are under arrest for smoking pot. You guys have to be the Biggest Dumbasses. The Steelers Are Gonna Beat The Shit Out Of The Browns. The Steelers have something to play for. You guys have to be clowns fans to do so.
I have posted on a couple of Steeler message boards. They are hard to come by these days, at least one that dont shut down. But how come you boys just say we are better then the Browns, Browns suck, Ravens suck, Bengals suck blah, blah blah..... I want to talk to some guys that isnt just a football fan on Sundays are when it is convienant. Me and my ex hubby would go out a couple of years ago after the Steelers lose and nobody is out and the few that are are grumblin on how much we suck. Instead of being some bandwagoners, lets talk some real football. This rah rah stuff was cool when I was a cheerleader rooting for our boys on the field. The pros are for good discussion and how we can get better and at least know how the other teams can beat us or what is their weakness. In the NFL, anyone can win any week. The Browns have a new QB who grew up a Browns fan. His adrenaline will be going thru the roof. Although they have a decent o-line this year (compared to the last few years:rolleyes: ), Frye dont have enough weapons to run around with. Not with Winslow and Edwards watching on the sidelines all taped up. This will be his first big test in the NFL. Even on an off year for the Browns, which is most of the time, I never take them lightly. Not a rivalry game, just like in highschool. The first year the browns came back, we whooped em just to get beat by them later in the year.

See boys, it aint hard to talk football:blurp:

Steelerbabe28
12-24-2005, 09:38 AM
If you look at the teams that make it to the big game, they are all strong running teams. The pats went out and spent big money on running, the Broncos live off the run, Dallas back in their haydays, Seattle this year, Ravens in their run didnt even have an offence, but what little they did produce, they ran most of it. Ben can pass it up, unfortunately now his thumb is injured (like last year going into the playoffs if you recall) so it is good we can run if you think about it. Last year was our year, IMO, had our QB not been injured. I think we have a legit chance as long as we limit our mistakes and put pressure on opposing QB's. Our Off is plenty good to score a few TD's and FG's.
now here is a man that knows how to talk football. I know Big ben might have been hurt against New England in the playoffs last year. But I dont like that excuse. I dont like the fact that Cowher would go into a AFC championship, knowing that a rookie QB had a bad thumb and still play him. I was very suprised that Ben wasnt replaced after halftime. The boy gave it his all against a good team, but if he's hurt, you got to play who is healthy. Knowing what we know now about Maddox, he wouldnt have done crap either, but we have a differant gameplan with Tommy in, they werent doing anything with Big Ben in, so its worth a try. At least if you want to win.

Suitanim
12-24-2005, 04:36 PM
Huh? What?

I don't even understand this...whatever.

Go Steelers! We have room for ALL fans, the one's who know what the **** they are talking about, and even the one's who don't!

Sharkissle29
12-24-2005, 04:37 PM
looks like they were waaaaaaaaaaay off

Rotorhead
12-24-2005, 07:25 PM
Well Cowher isn't known for his willingness to change, look at the Kordell debacle and Maddox during the Jax game. He sticks to his guns (sometimes to the detriment of winning) so he was going to play Ben as long as Ben wanted to play that playoff game last year. Fortunately for us this year, Ben is smarter and will take better care of the ball. He lost a weapon in Plax, but gained one in Miller. The way the team played, I honestly think we have everything we need to win it all. We only have to play a game like that every game.