View Full Version : 2006 season

08-06-2006, 04:13 PM
what r u more excited about seeing this season, ben roethlisberger have a nother big ben season, or too see if we have a 12 year starter in willie parker? i hope we do because there arent going to be too many good tailbacks we could get with the 32nd pick next draft!!!!!!(just in case u dont get it, we will threepeat the repeat)

Black@Gold Forever32
08-06-2006, 04:20 PM
Well I'm excited about the start of every Steeler's season. Even the years when we missed the playoffs the year before. But I must say the last two years were two of the most fun and exciting seasons I have ever seen. As Steelers fan that didn't see the Steel Curtain dynasty this past season was the best season for me personally.

But your right there are so many reasons to be excited about this team. We have a young franchise QB that will continue to grow and improve. Our starting RB has a year of experienve under his belt and his coming off the a season in which he rushed for the sixth most yards in a season for a Steelers RB. Our offensive line has a year under its belt of working together and all return. We have alot of youth and added speed at the WR position. Our young TE will be better.

The defense will again be one of the best in the NFL. I can go on and on. But the future is bright for the Steelers. Its going to be a great ride.

08-06-2006, 04:29 PM
i have a bad feeling about our power game. im not worried about duce except for his injury problem. but take a gander at verron haynes. he had like a 3.5 yards per carry with like 40 carries. most have like a 4.5-5 ypc with only 40. and cedric humes doesnt know that he has to put his head down to blast up the middle.at least that is what whiz or cowher said.and no offense to willie but i think he is underweight just weighing over 200 when most weigh about 220. if he can put on about 15 pounds of muscle i think he can be our everydown back by the 2007 season and we wont have to be worried about duce.

08-06-2006, 06:56 PM
I want to see how Heath Miller is going to grow.