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BillyBobsGirl
09-10-2009, 07:19 PM
:sign04:Let's hear it for Mister Logan!:dancing::dancing:

billybob
09-10-2009, 07:36 PM
we shall see !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:tt03:

steeltheone
09-11-2009, 01:35 AM
He sure makes it fun!

CaliStillersFan
09-11-2009, 03:16 AM
As long as he doesn't put it on the ground, I love him. ;)

Venom
09-11-2009, 05:46 AM
Logan played a very good game, good job !!

stlrtruck
09-11-2009, 07:33 AM
He had some great returns and I think as he gets use to the "speed of the game" he'll become more dangerous.

mawh
09-12-2009, 01:31 AM
Had the pleasure of watching Stefan Logan play here for the BC Lions last year - great speed, makes good decisions, a really exciting player. His departure has left a big void for us back there this year! Ah well, glad he went to my other favourite team - the Steelers. Looks like he'll fit in just fine.

General NFL comment: Hate the fair catch rule and the overtime format is rather anti-climactic; sure wish they'd give both teams a chance with the ball.

All the best,
Mike

sharkweek
09-12-2009, 01:56 AM
He had some great returns and I think as he gets use to the "speed of the game" he'll become more dangerous.

He was already a huge improvement over what we had last year, he really couldn't have played any better in his first start, we can't count on a TD return every single game, I think he was already as dangerous as we could expect him to be. He made moves and earned yards we never would have made last season (outside of when Holmes was returning punts) and he was smart and made fair catches when it was too risky. He even had a nearly brilliant play where he ran into a pile, and instead of going down, he bounced out and started running again, seemingly in the free and clear until, at the very last second, he was grabbed and stopped on a last gasp effort.

His returns depend as much on the blocking the other 10 guys give him, as well as any mistakes the other team's return coverage. One punt the Titans had, we missed a block on just one guy that could have resulted in an enormous return (if not score).

gaysteelerfan
09-12-2009, 03:17 AM
I got to admit that everytime he touches the ball (punt, kick off) - I am glued to the TV with expectation that he will bust one all the way.

He's an exciting player to watch. I can't remember the last time I felt this way about a Steeler returner. Larry Anderson?

sherlock
09-12-2009, 03:50 AM
I got to admit that everytime he touches the ball (punt, kick off) - I am glued to the TV with expectation that he will bust one all the way.

He's an exciting player to watch. I can't remember the last time I felt this way about a Steeler returner. Larry Anderson?

He does seem to have the potential for a TD return.
I`m afraid I`ve only been a Steeler fan for 2 years and was wondering who you all think was the best Steeler kick/punt returner.

sharkweek
09-12-2009, 04:00 AM
That's what makes Logan even more exciting; we haven't really ever had one, at least not a dazzling specialist...and at least not the years I've been alive and paying attention.

Randle El was pretty good, but nothing super spectacular, giving us 2 punt and 1 kick returned for TDs in his 4 season with us.

Holmes has potential for it, but we want him focusing on being a WR, again, making what Logan can offer even more exciting.

sherlock
09-12-2009, 04:10 AM
That's what makes Logan even more exciting; we haven't really ever had one, at least not a dazzling specialist...and at least not the years I've been alive and paying attention.

Randle El was pretty good, but nothing super spectacular, giving us 2 punt and 1 kick returned for TDs in his 4 season with us.

Holmes has potential for it, but we want him focusing on being a WR, again, making what Logan can offer even more exciting.

I didn`t realise the Steelers had been lacking in that department.Yeah I understand what you`re saying about Holmes even though he did get that return TD last season,was it against the Chargers?
Randle El sounds likes a special kind of player as even though he was before my Steeler time I`m aware he was also something of a wildcat QB as well!

Galax Steeler
09-12-2009, 06:32 AM
I didn`t realise the Steelers had been lacking in that department.Yeah I understand what you`re saying about Holmes even though he did get that return TD last season,was it against the Chargers?
Randle El sounds likes a special kind of player as even though he was before my Steeler time I`m aware he was also something of a wildcat QB as well!

They have been lacking in that department for a long time. Randel El was a good returner then after he left we used a couple of different running backs to return kicks. We would usually get the ball around the twenty and sometimes not that far. So it is good to have someone like Logan who has the potential to take it to the house when he touches it.

AllD
09-12-2009, 07:13 AM
Had the pleasure of watching Stefan Logan play here for the BC Lions last year - great speed, makes good decisions, a really exciting player. His departure has left a big void for us back there this year! Ah well, glad he went to my other favourite team - the Steelers. Looks like he'll fit in just fine.

General NFL comment: Hate the fair catch rule and the overtime format is rather anti-climactic; sure wish they'd give both teams a chance with the ball.

All the best,
Mike

Both teams had the ball. The Titans were the last with the ball in the 4th quarter and did nothing. They chose to take their chances in OT. It was a coaching decision. They played their best in the first half. Unfortunately for them this game went over 60 minutes.

steelpride12
09-12-2009, 07:50 AM
Logan brings that new threat to our return game that we have not had in many seasons now. Just watching this guys speed and quickness is scary good and he has a chance every return. My eyes are glued to the TV on his returns and I cant wait till he slithers through the tackles and takes one to the house. What a relief for the offense and defense giving us good field position.
O yeah Logan is rated a 90 on Madden on KR and PR which for a first year player is great!

Hotrodder07
09-12-2009, 09:45 AM
I love Logan. I feel that he has the potential to go all the way on any return. He needs to get adjusted to the NFL a bit, but once he does, he'll be great.

Cape Cod Steel Head
09-12-2009, 09:58 AM
For the first time in a long time are special teams are not a detriment. Best punt returner since Rod Woodson.

SteelerEmpire
09-12-2009, 09:58 AM
Looks like we'll need as short a field as possible, at least for the next few games, until / if the running game ever arrives.... Logan seems to be just what we needed.... I would not be surprised if he became the #1 returner in the NFL this year....

Burghfan58
09-12-2009, 11:06 AM
For the first time in a long time are special teams are not a detriment. Best punt returner since Rod Woodson.

There is a good possibility that without Logan and Sepulveda helping the field position, we may of lost that game on Thursday.

devilsdancefloor
09-12-2009, 11:33 AM
he was awesome thursday no doubt about it! if it is possible when he gets into traffic he makes himself smaller and squeezes thru would be tacklers for extra yardage! that is what amazes me about him so far

frankvctr
09-12-2009, 12:45 PM
Like all of you I am excited to watch Logan an undrafted unloved player made the team and plays well. However, the last game with Titans, beside the first 40 yard kick return, he did not do much. Maybe the guy was too nervous in his first NFL debut.

Let's hope Logan have many better games.