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tony hipchest
10-25-2011, 02:15 AM
...in voicing realistic concerns about facing the Patriots this weekend vs. acting like a chikenshit pink hat wearing, vag.

please keep this in mind when posting.

thank you. :hatsoff:

StainlessStill
10-25-2011, 02:24 AM
The Steelers fanbase isn't in the mood to see Gaydy and the Tapetriots come in here and torch us for another 400 yards and 5 TD performance or whatever them queers have up their sleeves.

We got to get ONE "w" against these guys sooner or later, right?:tt:

tony hipchest
10-25-2011, 02:30 AM
the patriot players have been banging porno ****s while on their bye week. i just hope the steelers come strapped with their jimmy hats before pounding their ass.

:tt02:

Bayz101
10-25-2011, 02:46 AM
Tony??? Can't you see the sky is falling??? We're playing the Brady bunch! Shit! :applaudit:

---On a serious side note: The patriots defense won't be able to hold our offense, especially if Ben continues to use Brown. Ben used Brown frequently last game, effectively opening up deeper passes to Wallace. It's almost like a running game! <-- LOL

Defense needs to step up, offense needs to show up. That's the plan,

Cheers!

:tt03:

OX1947
10-25-2011, 03:39 AM
I'm still waiting for the Lamar Woodley nut baggers to say something. Where are you ****ers? Don't look too smart now do you. By the way, anyone know why Woodley wasnt credited with a sack on that safety? That shit should have been a sack for him.

fuzzy159
10-25-2011, 03:48 AM
I'm still waiting for the Lamar Woodley nut baggers to say something. Where are you ****ers? Don't look too smart now do you. By the way, anyone know why Woodley wasnt credited with a sack on that safety? That shit should have been a sack for him.

Intentional Grounding isn't a sack. It should credit him but they don't do it.

Would love to see Brown get his first TD of the year against the Pats.

stlrtruck
10-25-2011, 07:25 AM
I have a few concerns in this game:

1) The defense's ability to get to marsha before he starts crying to the ref for being touched (yes the last part is sarcasm).

2) The O-line's ability to give Ben time to run plays. This is the game we need to take the dink and dunk

3) Covering welker. I liked him when he was a dolphin, but he's clearly taken on the patriots* mentality and now he's just a smug arrogant pr!$k like the rest of them.

FanSince72
10-25-2011, 08:09 AM
All we have to do is get in Brady's face and make him move around.
We don't have to sack him, just make him move a bit sooner or throw a bit more quickly than he'd like to.

Brady (like Manning) is a system guy who is like a fish out of water when his system is disrupted. I'm not saying that we'll be chasing him all over the lot, but I certainly think that we can mess with his head enough to keep him off-balance and that's all we really need to do. If we can do that, the rest will take care of itself.

lotas
10-25-2011, 09:01 AM
My concern, as always with the Patriots, is their (Brady's) ability to pick us apart on defense with short passes that just cut and gash through us. However, I'm optimistic about our new coverage schemes and strengths, and feel like we have better coverage now than we have in a long time. Can't wait for the game, of course it's going to have that playoff atmosphere to it.

Lokki
10-25-2011, 10:06 AM
The Steelers fanbase isn't in the mood to see Gaydy

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2218/2225382805_d5937dd41d.jpg

You rang? What's that Gay meter at now?

Steelerfreak58
10-25-2011, 10:14 AM
Man on man press cover the receivers and put Brady on his back twice and it will be a game. Look at the teams that have beat the Patriots that is how they have done it. Disrupt the receivers routes early throw of the timing and get to Brady quickly and hope the refs don't throw flags for "Roughing the *****".

If we see our CB's 12 yards off the line it will be a really really long day.

Neil-Still-Rules-14
10-25-2011, 12:13 PM
I looked today and was SHOCKED to see the Patriots total defense in yards allowed and passing defense are both last in the NFL. We know they will try to throw on the Steelers, as they are also the best passing offense. So it's just basically going to be a shootout. Forget running the ball. Throw it deep and this game will be like when the Steelers played the Packers in 2009.

Steel_Bus_24
10-25-2011, 12:14 PM
Man on man press cover the receivers and put Brady on his back twice and it will be a game. Look at the teams that have beat the Patriots that is how they have done it. Disrupt the receivers routes early throw of the timing and get to Brady quickly and hope the refs don't throw flags for "Roughing the *****".

If we see our CB's 12 yards off the line it will be a really really long day.


We'll have to be looking out for the early bomb though, those bastards seem to always hit one big play early that numbs us into standing back on our heels

MasterOfPuppets
10-25-2011, 12:23 PM
I looked today and was SHOCKED to see the Patriots total defense in yards allowed and passing defense are both last in the NFL. We know they will try to throw on the Steelers, as they are also the best passing offense. So it's just basically going to be a shootout. Forget running the ball. Throw it deep and this game will be like when the Steelers played the Packers in 2009.
indeed. the cheaters have given up more 20+ yard plays than anyone else in the league.

Fire Arians
10-25-2011, 12:56 PM
the thing that gives me the biggest hope for this game is the fact our corners are playing up at the LoS instead of 10 yard cushions. 10 yard cushions = brady will dink and dunk us all day. you need to take that away from him to beat the pats.

whether we can do that at this point in the season is the question. are lewis and gay that much of an upgrade over mcfadden? we will find out.

MACH1
10-25-2011, 12:59 PM
---On a serious side note: The patriots defense won't be able to hold our offense, especially if Ben continues to use Brown. Ben used Brown frequently last game, effectively opening up deeper passes to Wallace. It's almost like a running game! <-- LOL

Defense needs to step up, offense needs to show up. That's the plan,

Cheers!

:tt03:

You forget that arians will more than likely outsmart himself and hinder the O more than the cheats* D.

The biggest thing the Steelers need to do is put pressure on goatboy, he starts to panic when that happens. And get ready for whining to the refs that goatboy is so good at.

rocckbottomxmen
10-25-2011, 01:07 PM
I really think we get this one...as well as the one next week......I predicted at the beginning of the season we would be 15 and 1. I also said we get the w against the pats this yr. Well 15 and 1 will not happen but we will get the pats and most likely end up 14 and 2

LVSteelersfan
10-25-2011, 03:13 PM
I just hope the team does not get too psyched out because of Pats past performances. They need to be confident and play MAD. Woodley needs to have another good day "RUSHING THE PASSER", not dropping back in coverage. He has been a beast lately. Let's keep it that way.

jjpro11
10-25-2011, 03:28 PM
i have two big concerns. one, is whether or not we can get enough pressure on Brady, while only rushing 3 or 4. he has ridiculous stats against the blitz. i think we will do better than in the past with Hood and Heyward's abilities to pass rush.. Hoke is a better pass rusher than Hampton, hopefully he is healthy for this one. the last time we beat the Pats, it was with Hoke in the middle. not saying it was a game-changer by any means, but he does get to the QB better than Hampton.

my second concern is our ability to cover their tight ends and Welker over the middle. this is a huge, glaring mismatch for us.. Farrior simply cannot cover any of those players... not a chance. it would be great if Worilds can come back for this one so we can move Timmons back to ILB and use him to play coverage over the middle. if not, i would still have to imagine him dropping back in coverage most of the game, only from the OLB position.

fer522
10-25-2011, 03:41 PM
i just wanna se brady hit the ground hard LIKE REALLY REALLY HARD
and many many times not just a once

Ricco Suavez
10-25-2011, 06:28 PM
Watched the NFL network a little earlier and they had some beat reporter from Boston on Rappaport sp? I believe and they asked him why has Brady had the Steelers and Dick LeBeau number in the last four games and he said Brady told him he owns Dick LeBeau. He further said a team mate of Bradys said when they discussed the Steelers game before the season started Brady said,"Don't sweat it. I got it." They will replay this segment again I am sure and if I misquoted correct me, but even with all the success he has had this is most arrogant on his part.

Bayz101
10-25-2011, 08:59 PM
You forget that arians will more than likely outsmart himself and hinder the O more than the cheats* D.

The biggest thing the Steelers need to do is put pressure on goatboy, he starts to panic when that happens. And get ready for whining to the refs that goatboy is so good at.

No, I didn't forget. I just completely ignore the fact that Arians is our O.Cord when I make statements. I know he won't use a successful offense. He'll likely run Mendenhall 234 times for 100 yards or have been pass it 67 times.

Goatboy will whine a lot. Everytime he sees Woodley you'll see him with a tear.

Steelerfreak58
10-25-2011, 11:54 PM
Watched the NFL network a little earlier and they had some beat reporter from Boston on Rappaport sp? I believe and they asked him why has Brady had the Steelers and Dick LeBeau number in the last four games and he said Brady told him he owns Dick LeBeau. He further said a team mate of Bradys said when they discussed the Steelers game before the season started Brady said,"Don't sweat it. I got it." They will replay this segment again I am sure and if I misquoted correct me, but even with all the success he has had this is most arrogant on his part.

May be arrogant on his part but it is sadly true. LeBeau has been his bitch for a pretty long while. I hope LeBeau will allow the CBs to come up and bump the WRs off the line and disrupt their timing that is how teams have beaten the Cheatriots lately when they do get beat. That and putting Marsha on his ass a few times.

SoCalFan
10-26-2011, 12:27 AM
Yes,if we can disrupt routes that will be key!It will come down to QB pressure,on both sides!If we can get Baby rattled a bit and I believe MORE important,if our line can somehow give Ben a pocket half the time,we should light em up!!!

tony hipchest
10-26-2011, 12:47 AM
May be arrogant on his part but it is sadly true. LeBeau has been his bitch for a pretty long while. I hope LeBeau will allow the CBs to come up and bump the WRs off the line and disrupt their timing that is how teams have beaten the Cheatriots lately when they do get beat. That and putting Marsha on his ass a few times.

the entire league has been bradys bitch for a pretty long while.

thats easier said than done. you gonna have safeties and LB's bump their TE's off the line?

thats called playing right into belichicks hand and watching his no name (multi-name) running back gash you for 175 yds.

Fire Arians
10-26-2011, 12:51 AM
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT0ZBsOPiOju_jxH6diLg7u1ZZg99evi IACnKmyODc8C-HQef4ZwQ

tony hipchest
10-26-2011, 01:00 AM
unfortunately it looks like we will be going into this game w/o ike taylor.

tomlin admitted today that taylor will not trail wes welker because he is an "outside guy" meaning he will pretty much be matched up on ochopinko or deionne branch (who are scrub non factors in their offense anyways).

i agree the best bet would be for the steelers to use the exact same gameplan the patriots used vs the rams in the superbowl, but in todays NFL the pats would drive the entire field on penalties alone.

i know hampton is back, but i like the idea of hood, heyward, keisel, timmons, and woodley rushing on almost every single down.

it may not work, but i'd rather die trying.

Fire Arians
10-26-2011, 01:05 AM
william gay vs wes welker will be the key matchup. that worries me a little, hopefully ryan clark jacks him up and knocks him out of the game, i'll take the 15 yard penalty for that

Stu Pidasso
10-26-2011, 11:10 AM
Why not take Polamalu out of center field, and double up Welker with 2 corners? Put Troy up in the middle to cover the dinks to Welker or the RB, and then that frees up the LBs to rush Marsha.

joeyssteelcurtain
10-26-2011, 12:27 PM
Why not take Polamalu out of center field, and double up Welker with 2 corners? Put Troy up in the middle to cover the dinks to Welker or the RB, and then that frees up the LBs to rush Marsha.

That's a great game plan

steelfury02
10-26-2011, 01:20 PM
send 4 the entire game (Woodley, Keisel, Heyward, Hood)

keep 2 in short area with 1 alternating as 5th rusher (Timmons is alternator, Foote and Farrior combine to cover 3 to 5 yards)
keep 2 in intermediate area (Lewis and Clark lol)

2 man to man deep - Ike and Gay

1 roaming Troy that only goes intermediate to deep on obvious 3rd down passing situations. Have that Devil attacking the backfield at least once - twice every series

I dunno - making it up as I go along lol I just wish our guys could enforce their will instead of the other way around. If we come out mad and on fire on offense for a few drives we have a puncher's chance

jjpro11
10-26-2011, 05:53 PM
they need to be physical with Welker off the LOS... so much of his routes are built on timing.. throw the timing off, and it will throw Brady off. if Welker isn't open at his target spot on the field in a certain amount of time, Brady will start looking at his other reads.. that will be our opportunity to get pressure on Brady. the Steelers cannot let their receivers get clean breaks off the line and run crisp, unimpeded routes. the Steelers only have 5 yards to throw the Pats receivers' routes off. if we play with a cushion, they will pick us apart like always.

DanRooney
10-27-2011, 01:26 AM
I'm more worried about Gronkowski and Hernandez than Welker.

Fire Arians
10-27-2011, 02:16 AM
i honestly feel our defense matches up against them better this year. we got rid of bryant burnt toast mcfadden in favor of better cover corners in keenan lewis and cortez allen (who has been coming in dime packages instead of mcfadden the last 2 games).

Gay is also playing well. Lebeau seems to be showing more faith in the db's allowing them to play up close, which will make us less susceptible to the dink and dunk. While I'm not totally optimistic about a win, I feel the game will look different than it did last year. In order to win, our offense needs to be much more consistent. I think our D will play the pats well enough to give us a chance.

#1LambertFan
10-27-2011, 11:59 AM
I'm still waiting for the Lamar Woodley nut baggers to say something. Where are you ****ers? Don't look too smart now do you. By the way, anyone know why Woodley wasnt credited with a sack on that safety? That shit should have been a sack for him.

It's all a conspiracy. Goodell screamed into his earpeace and told him to throw it away. He's getting tired of Steelers players winning defensive player of the year, what I hope he will be this year

#1LambertFan
10-27-2011, 12:02 PM
send 4 the entire game (Woodley, Keisel, Heyward, Hood)

keep 2 in short area with 1 alternating as 5th rusher (Timmons is alternator, Foote and Farrior combine to cover 3 to 5 yards)
keep 2 in intermediate area (Lewis and Clark lol)

2 man to man deep - Ike and Gay

1 roaming Troy that only goes intermediate to deep on obvious 3rd down passing situations. Have that Devil attacking the backfield at least once - twice every series

I dunno - making it up as I go along lol I just wish our guys could enforce their will instead of the other way around. If we come out mad and on fire on offense for a few drives we have a puncher's chance

LEWIS AND CLARK!!! HAHA! I LOVE IT :rofl:

kirklandrules
10-27-2011, 01:49 PM
I'm more worried about Gronkowski and Hernandez than Welker.

Agreed. The Steelers have had some success this year playing WRs in press coverage. But TE has always been a huge weakness to this defense.

WickedSteel
10-27-2011, 04:26 PM
Let's not forget that Bellichick has had two weeks to prepare for this. Say what you want about the man but he finds ways to kill the Steelers. He has had all that time to scheme for this particular game and you know that he wants it bad. He doesn't just want to beat the Steelers, he wants to destroy them. He wants to hang 40+ on them.

The Pats offense will be a well oiled machine as usual and the D will have a hard time keeping up. They will go on long, sustained drives that will wear down the Steeler D and easier to pick apart as the game wears on.

Their D will also be better than most here are predicting. Most think that Ben will be able to torch the last place D in the league and put up the points but not so fast. Again Bellichick has had two weeks to come up with looks and schemes to confuse Ben and force him into mistakes while bringing the pressure. I have a sneaky suspicion that this Pats D will end up looking like world beaters by the end of the night.

You NEVER underestimate the Pats. I hate them and their smug ass attitude as much as the next guy but the really frustrating thing is that they back it up, unlike the Jets.

I feel that the Steeler D will not be able to stop the Pats. I feel that the Pats will attempt to run more against the Steelers than they did in the past. If they are able to have success with that, game over. Brady will be able to set up play action perfectly and torch the secondary. Welker is almost unstoppable with the way that they use him. None of the LBs will be able to stop him. Gronkowski and Hernandez will get monster gains as well. All of this will come on LONG drives that deflate the D and leave the Steelers O on the sidelines. This is how the Pats operate.

The Steelers have to have a PERFECT gameplan in place to win here. The offense needs to be flawless and not turn the ball over. The running game MUST have success to help set up the play action and chew up the clock. The O line needs to put together a flawless game and Ben needs to be on the mark with his throws and the receivers needs to run their routes perfectly. They need to minimize penalties and not shoot themselves in the foot.

On D, they need to make Brady uncomfortable. I agree that they need to be physical on the receivers but be careful. The refs will be quick to throw flags once Welker and Brady start whining. They can't allow them any cheap yards by taking dumb penalties. D needs to bring their A game and keep it up all day. Hopefully the offense can keep them fresh by having their own success.

It's going to be a Jekyll or Hyde day on Sunday. Either the Steelers will make a statement and beat one of , if not the best, team in the NFL or they will be in for another good ole fashion ass whoopin at the hands of the Pats and we will all be left wondering just what kind of team these Steelers are this year.

Fire Arians
10-27-2011, 05:31 PM
Let's not forget that Bellichick has had two weeks to prepare for this. Say what you want about the man but he finds ways to kill the Steelers. He has had all that time to scheme for this particular game and you know that he wants it bad. He doesn't just want to beat the Steelers, he wants to destroy them. He wants to hang 40+ on them.

The Pats offense will be a well oiled machine as usual and the D will have a hard time keeping up. They will go on long, sustained drives that will wear down the Steeler D and easier to pick apart as the game wears on.

Their D will also be better than most here are predicting. Most think that Ben will be able to torch the last place D in the league and put up the points but not so fast. Again Bellichick has had two weeks to come up with looks and schemes to confuse Ben and force him into mistakes while bringing the pressure. I have a sneaky suspicion that this Pats D will end up looking like world beaters by the end of the night.

You NEVER underestimate the Pats. I hate them and their smug ass attitude as much as the next guy but the really frustrating thing is that they back it up, unlike the Jets.

I feel that the Steeler D will not be able to stop the Pats. I feel that the Pats will attempt to run more against the Steelers than they did in the past. If they are able to have success with that, game over. Brady will be able to set up play action perfectly and torch the secondary. Welker is almost unstoppable with the way that they use him. None of the LBs will be able to stop him. Gronkowski and Hernandez will get monster gains as well. All of this will come on LONG drives that deflate the D and leave the Steelers O on the sidelines. This is how the Pats operate.

The Steelers have to have a PERFECT gameplan in place to win here. The offense needs to be flawless and not turn the ball over. The running game MUST have success to help set up the play action and chew up the clock. The O line needs to put together a flawless game and Ben needs to be on the mark with his throws and the receivers needs to run their routes perfectly. They need to minimize penalties and not shoot themselves in the foot.

On D, they need to make Brady uncomfortable. I agree that they need to be physical on the receivers but be careful. The refs will be quick to throw flags once Welker and Brady start whining. They can't allow them any cheap yards by taking dumb penalties. D needs to bring their A game and keep it up all day. Hopefully the offense can keep them fresh by having their own success.

It's going to be a Jekyll or Hyde day on Sunday. Either the Steelers will make a statement and beat one of , if not the best, team in the NFL or they will be in for another good ole fashion ass whoopin at the hands of the Pats and we will all be left wondering just what kind of team these Steelers are this year.

having a bye week can sometimes work against you, if your opponent you're playing has momentum in their favor. 2 weeks to rest and prepare sounds good on paper but look at how many times teams with a bye week in the playoffs come out rusty

Steeler4life1972
10-27-2011, 06:07 PM
Let's not forget that Bellichick has had two weeks to prepare for this. Say what you want about the man but he finds ways to kill the Steelers. He has had all that time to scheme for this particular game and you know that he wants it bad. He doesn't just want to beat the Steelers, he wants to destroy them. He wants to hang 40+ on them.

The Pats offense will be a well oiled machine as usual and the D will have a hard time keeping up. They will go on long, sustained drives that will wear down the Steeler D and easier to pick apart as the game wears on.

Their D will also be better than most here are predicting. Most think that Ben will be able to torch the last place D in the league and put up the points but not so fast. Again Bellichick has had two weeks to come up with looks and schemes to confuse Ben and force him into mistakes while bringing the pressure. I have a sneaky suspicion that this Pats D will end up looking like world beaters by the end of the night.

You NEVER underestimate the Pats. I hate them and their smug ass attitude as much as the next guy but the really frustrating thing is that they back it up, unlike the Jets.

I feel that the Steeler D will not be able to stop the Pats. I feel that the Pats will attempt to run more against the Steelers than they did in the past. If they are able to have success with that, game over. Brady will be able to set up play action perfectly and torch the secondary. Welker is almost unstoppable with the way that they use him. None of the LBs will be able to stop him. Gronkowski and Hernandez will get monster gains as well. All of this will come on LONG drives that deflate the D and leave the Steelers O on the sidelines. This is how the Pats operate.

The Steelers have to have a PERFECT gameplan in place to win here. The offense needs to be flawless and not turn the ball over. The running game MUST have success to help set up the play action and chew up the clock. The O line needs to put together a flawless game and Ben needs to be on the mark with his throws and the receivers needs to run their routes perfectly. They need to minimize penalties and not shoot themselves in the foot.

On D, they need to make Brady uncomfortable. I agree that they need to be physical on the receivers but be careful. The refs will be quick to throw flags once Welker and Brady start whining. They can't allow them any cheap yards by taking dumb penalties. D needs to bring their A game and keep it up all day. Hopefully the offense can keep them fresh by having their own success.

It's going to be a Jekyll or Hyde day on Sunday. Either the Steelers will make a statement and beat one of , if not the best, team in the NFL or they will be in for another good ole fashion ass whoopin at the hands of the Pats and we will all be left wondering just what kind of team these Steelers are this year.Totally agree with this assessment!! Couldnt have said it better!!!

Bayz101
10-27-2011, 06:14 PM
having a bye week can sometimes work against you, if your opponent you're playing has momentum in their favor. 2 weeks to rest and prepare sounds good on paper but look at how many times teams with a bye week in the playoffs come out rusty

Yeah, momentum can swing games. But when it comes down to it, it's who want's it more. And I think we want it more. Revenge! :wantsome:

Steeler4life1972
10-27-2011, 06:17 PM
Yeah, momentum can swing games. But when it comes down to it, it's who want's it more. And I think we want it more. Revenge! :wantsome: Like your attitude but Im going with my unbiased opinion! I hope Im wrong and yes please bash me if Im wrong!!

Bayz101
10-27-2011, 06:25 PM
Like your attitude but Im going with my unbiased opinion! I hope Im wrong and yes please bash me if Im wrong!!

What are you talking about dude? Did I miss something?

Steeler4life1972
10-27-2011, 07:15 PM
What are you talking about dude? Did I miss something?What Im talking about is that Ive been a steelers fan for 34 years and im taking an unbiased approach at this game! Just bec im a diehard fan doesnt mean I always pick us to win but like I said I like your attitude toward this game but I have never liked at how well we match up with the pats...lets face it...as much as I hate the pats, bellacheck along with brady scheme very well against us...we have to have the perfect game plan against them!!!