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Old 11-22-2012, 09:44 PM   #19
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Default Re: Key Things to Take Note of at 6-4

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Originally Posted by SteelersCanada View Post
It's apples and oranges. Luck doesn't really have anyone else to throw to on that offense and the lack of a run game makes them a one-dimensional offense. The Steelers have more weapons and talented receivers than just one - Sanders, Brown and Wallace could be number one guys on almost any other team. Throw in guys like Heath, Cotchery and now Burress and the plethora of talent leads to spreading the ball out. Comparing young guys to a first ballot Hall of Famer like Reggie Wayne is a mistake.

Wide receivers are a dime a dozen - you're right. But, you can't buy chemistry and 'young money' has the best chemistry among the starting in the league.
Wayne, Avery and Hilton all have better or close to better stats the Steelers wideouts....the Steelers wideouts are good but not great. Ben will make any receiver look good.

I hope they become great, but as of now they are not.
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