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Kanata-Steeler
12-11-2009, 02:06 AM
I read around that "LeBeau" should take a lot of the "heat" for all these losses. ?

Well, I've had enough of my Steelers' this year, and I'm airing some of my frustrations out again.

No NFL team has lost as many games right after winning a Superbowl as the Steelers have this year (2009).

I'm always gonna be a Steelers' fan, but I can't believe this 2009 season.
I think the whole Steelers organization is feeling the "heat". Like Ward said honestly tonight, "...we're playin' for our jersey's now."

But feelin' 'da "heat" is simply part of football, nuthin' new here?
Its not LeBeau who has to prove himself.
It is the young, and inexperienced HEAD-COACH, Mike Tomlin, who has to prove his worth. Also, Ariens has been riding this Teams' success far too long now. Him and Ben have been called-out now.
"Ben Ariens" right ? isn't that our QB's "real" name now ?

Tomlin and Ariens are unfortunately "afraid" ! -simple as that.

None of the changes that Tomlin promised, even line up changes, were ever executed, especially tonight, a pathetic loss to the Browns. It was actually over much earlier this year when the Steelers lost to KC.
This was a horrible SB-Hangover team, and NOT an SB-Defender team, and that makes this whole 2009 season even more absurd. :(
And please, enough with the "...ya but if only Troy or Aaron were back, then ...?"
There is no excuses for this teams' shameful 2009 season.

Mike Tomlin "inherited" this superbowl-calibre team, and he has FAILED miserably to manage it. ! Bill Cowher helped to build this SuperBowl Steelers team, and NOT Mike Tomlin.
Mike admited to it by basically saying "...we failed in all aspects..." Ya' think ?

I will say this: If/when coach Tomlin is still around the "next" time the Steelers make a Superbowl run, then and only then, will Mikey have "really" proved himself as the Head Coach of the Steelers.

You want "heat"?, well there you go, give it to "mikey".
Obviously, thats' whats its all about right? "...just win baby, just WIN..."
Until then ?, well, learn to take all the "heat" or get outta 'da kitchen.

Go Steelers !!!

MasterOfPuppets
12-11-2009, 02:27 AM
No NFL team has lost as many games right after winning a Superbowl as the Steelers have this year (2009). then how do you explain COWHERS 8 loses in 2006 ? :noidea:

Kanata-Steeler
12-11-2009, 02:32 AM
then how do you explain COWHERS 8 loses in 2006 ? :noidea:

Not half as bad as 2009 will end. Sadly, we're almost better off losing out just to get a better draft pick.

steeltheone
12-11-2009, 02:59 AM
Not half as bad as 2009 will end. Sadly, we're almost better off losing out just to get a better draft pick.

I knew this quote was coming...Steeler fans should never want to lose!

Kanata-Steeler
12-11-2009, 03:04 AM
I knew this quote was coming...Steeler fans should never want to lose!

Exactly, and thats why it ain't The Steelers' FANS that lost 5 Games in a row, ending their seaon.

Preacher
12-11-2009, 03:06 AM
Exactly, and thats why it ain't The Steelers' FANS that lost 5 Games in a row, ending their seaon.

So now your saying the players wanted to lose? Or the fans wanted the team to win more than the players did? :doh:

Kanata-Steeler
12-11-2009, 03:30 AM
So now your saying the players wanted to lose? Or the fans wanted the team to win more than the players did? :doh:

uhhh NO, I didn't say that.
but you just asked it ? :doh:

and sure duh, NO fan/team ever wants to lose, and I didn't say "players wanted to lose..." wtf?
and, as far as the other user's response to " we're almost better of losing...draft picks..." -you wanna twist n turn it to make it sound like I wanted them to lose ? -then go ahead. :)

It's been a Superbowl "hangover" year, but as a fan I'm always cheerin' for my Steelers no matter what, but I'm critical when they play horrible, be it Offense, defense , ST's...

and that ain't ever gonna change.
we'll see what happens.

steeltheone
12-11-2009, 05:00 AM
then how do you explain COWHERS 8 loses in 2006 ? :noidea:

Big Ben's head bouncing off the pavement in downtown Pittsburgh.

plenewken
12-11-2009, 07:47 AM
Big Ben's head bouncing off the pavement in downtown Pittsburgh.

and an appendectomy.
Plus, in 2006, they won 4 out of the last 5. We're already at 5 straight losses and counting. 1-7 for the 2nd half is very realistic.