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Old 06-17-2007, 01:10 PM   #9
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Default Re: Steelers embrace evolution on defense

Originally Posted by tony hipchest View Post
i think alot of people have written him off. i just look at him following the same path that chris hope, townsend, harrison, keisel, and larry foote did.

we havent seen him make repeated mistakes in games, and for all we know we could have the next mike vrabel under our noses. its good to see the slates wiped clean and players like this having a chance to prove themselves.

if a coach like arians found the playbook hard to learn it makes sense why rookies (and even players like davenport) have been taking several years to catch on. ben should feel alot more comfortable along with players such as washington and holmes.
Great point about Arians and the playbook.....Yea I agree that Ben,Nate and Santonio should be alot more comfortable with the playbook trimmed down....Hopefully Ben and the WRs put in the extra time to get their rythem with each other....

I'm not the biggest Peyton Manning fan at all....But the extra work Peyton puts in with his WRs is one of the reasons why those guys are so good.....I would like to see Ben and the Steelers WRs take a page out of the Colts book....
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