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Old 12-07-2005, 06:36 PM   #24
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Default Re: The Solution to the Steelers Problems??

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Originally Posted by tony hipchest
not really. dillon talked shit about his team just like owens did. he was un happy just like owens was. i agree t.o. is a nut job. but he brings it and lays it all on the field.
Tony,

The Dillon situation was a million miles from being a T.O. situation.

Dillon never called out his own QB for losing his nerve.

Dillon was never part of a team that would EVER challenge for any honors under its current management.

Dillon never threatened to not play unless his monetary demands were met.

The Dillon situation was one of a Pro-bowl calibre RB who was not content to sit back and watch his team embarrass themselves year in year out despite his own best efforts (every year bar one was a 1000yd year)

Im grateful we have Dillon right now - my only wish is we could have had him a few years earlier where we would have alot more mutual success.

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