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theplatypus
09-26-2010, 03:02 PM
mentioned that Hoke has "some sort of MCL sprain".

LukesDad88
09-26-2010, 03:08 PM
Crap. Well, Hampton should be back.

Haiku_Dirtt
09-26-2010, 03:13 PM
Injuries will come and go. At least we know Dick LeBeau will be in game shape all season long. He could teach Microsoft what real PLUG & PLAY means.

ZoneBlitzer
09-26-2010, 03:53 PM
Troy ok?

lionslicer
09-26-2010, 04:07 PM
Troy ok?

Troy was sat at the end of the game to keep him healthy like other essential defensive starters. Hampton, Smith, Farrior and Timmons were also benched. Harrison and Woodley seemed to have been roatating with their back ups every so many plays also.

steelax04
09-26-2010, 04:45 PM
Crap. Well, Hampton should be back.

Hampton was already back.

Steel_Bus_24
09-26-2010, 04:55 PM
Troy was sat at the end of the game to keep him healthy like other essential defensive starters. Hampton, Smith, Farrior and Timmons were also benched. Harrison and Woodley seemed to have been roatating with their back ups every so many plays also.


yeah, but he had an extra pad on his knee and was wincing a lot before he came out

Looked ok on the sideline catch though..lol


We're going to need him close to full strength for next weeks game

lionslicer
09-26-2010, 05:15 PM
yeah, but he had an extra pad on his knee and was wincing a lot before he came out

Looked ok on the sideline catch though..lol


We're going to need him close to full strength for next weeks game

Might just be a precaution he takes because he injured his knee last year? If it was serious they would mention it. I know a lot of players wear certain braces and such during the game and sometimes just on the sideline just to reasure themselves they wont reinjure themselves in that place again, even if its fully healed.

ZoneBlitzer
09-26-2010, 05:19 PM
yeah, but he had an extra pad on his knee and was wincing a lot before he came out

Looked ok on the sideline catch though..lol


We're going to need him close to full strength for next weeks game

I saw him wincing too.

fer522
09-26-2010, 09:09 PM
I saw him wincing too

hell i saw him intercepting a pass :wave:

MasterOfPuppets
09-26-2010, 10:02 PM
Post Game Quotes from Mike Tomlin

http://www.steelersgab.com/wp-content/themes/iMobile/images/date.png September 26th, 2010 http://www.steelersgab.com/wp-content/themes/iMobile/images/user.png Matt Loede http://www.steelersgab.com/wp-content/themes/iMobile/images/folder.png Posted in News (http://www.steelersgab.com/category/news/)
(On the game)
“That’s a good road victory for us. We don’t take these for granted. We came into a hostile environment versus an undefeated team and we did the job. Hats off to a lot of people, but you really got to tip a hat to Charlie Batch. What he was able to do for us today. He played like a veteran. This guy hasn’t had a lot of opportunity, not only in recent years, but recent days, weeks, or months. He didn’t blink. He has been a consummate professional and team player. Good things usually happen to those kind of people. That’s a lesson a lot of young people in our locker room could learn from here today. Hopefully they will. A lot of congratulations to go around, just a total team effort and one I’m excited for the men in that locker room.”
(Play of the offensive line not being 100% going into the game today)
“We are kind of getting used to that. Today, Ramon Foster played and he is the last active guy on our offensive line to play this year. They have all played and they have all played extensively. It’s kind of a benefit when you look at it. We are learning a lesson that maybe some other teams are going to learn later in the year and we are finding ways to win while we do it. So when you win, it’s a positive thing. I like the contribution of all the people participated. Doug Legursky, Ramon Foster played some, Jonathan Scott rotated at the tackle. It was a nasty muggy day out there, so we had to play some folks. They upheld the standard and so it was a good performance.”
(On the standard and accountably of the team regardless of who is out there)
“Not extraordinarily. I mean what I say when I say I expect them to uphold a standard. The standard is winning. The eleven on the field represent us. They are capable and they embrace it.”
(Take shots down the field with S Tanard Jackson out)
“I wasn’t sure. We knew we potentially had to, because we knew they would pack the line of scrimmage early. Didn’t feel great about it, but had to do it, because we knew how they were going to play. They didn’t waste any time getting the 35 down there in the box early on.”
(On going back and starting Charlie Batch against Atlanta or Tennessee)
“Man, I don’t get do overs. I don’t live in that world. I’ll let you guys talk about that. Right now we are 3-0 and we are getting ready for Baltimore.”
(Up 21-6 at half and turning loose)
“Our glass is half-full. We have a great deal of trust in all of our men but in, particularly Charlie [Batch]. He is a veteran guy. He’s not careless with the ball, so you want to give guys the opportunity to play to win, and that’s what we wanted to do. They did a nice job executing.”
(On if there was miscommunication on the first interception)
“No, Aqib Talib, I think just did a nice job of going low on the shoulder on a shallow cross. He was running up field shoulder until he got to the point of the ball. He just made a play that young talented guys make. He is one of the young talented corners in the league, no doubt.”

He’s not careless with the ball,

ummmm...if you say so.... on my tv i seen 2 picks and 2 others that should've been picked.