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Old 09-04-2006, 03:39 PM   #21
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Default Re: Would Tommy be too drastic?

The one good thing I hope comes of this is this.

It will prove to the Bengal fans, that football is indeed a TEAM sport, and while having a top notch QB is great, winning can still be achieved with the backup QB in there. The other areas of the team simply have to pick it up a little. And I have full faith that the running game, Defense, and special teams will do just that. And to top it off Charlie will play just fine as well!
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Old 09-04-2006, 03:50 PM   #22
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Old 09-04-2006, 03:52 PM   #23
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Old 09-04-2006, 04:01 PM   #24
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Old 09-05-2006, 06:50 AM   #25
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To the extent anyone thinks I am too harsh on Tommy Turnover and wonders why his return was about as likely as a 49ers-Browns Super Bowl this year, I am a big fan compared to Ed.B. of the P-G. Some might accuse Ed.B. of beating a dead horse - I am just passing this along - I report, you decide:)

Check out these quotes in today's P-G story on the return of St. Pierre:

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06248/719128-66.stm

In November, with Ben Roethlisberger on the shelf and Charlie Batch struggling with a broken right pinky finger, the Steelers called St. Pierre and offered him a contract to become the backup quarterback. And the way Tommy Maddox had played against Jacksonville, then screamed at coach Bill Cowher in his office later, the chance to stick around as the No. 3 quarterback the rest of the season was a good one.

There is no ill feeling on either side, unlike the Maddox departure. Maddox burned his bridge with Cowher, then added to it when he snubbed their Super Bowl ring ceremony in June. The Steelers also believe he just can't play anymore. The Steelers would rather sign Jeff George than ask him back.

Beat reporters usually do not trash players since it can tend to chill access to the entiire team. Either Ed.B. has such a personal dislike of Maddox he is willing to run that risk or (more likely) Maddox is regarded as such a tool by the coaches and other players that nobody will get chapped at Ed.B. for reporting what is regarded as gospel truth.
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Old 09-05-2006, 06:59 AM   #26
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NO to Maddox, and I think we can get by with St Pierre just as well as we would Maddox. Is and was a mute point anyway, we were not going to sign him anway.
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NO NO NO NO To Tommy I would rather see Tommy Lee than Tommy Madducks...........
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Guys - come on. Why are we still beating the Maddox dead horse? He's no longer a Steeler and don't we have more important things to concern ourselves with, i.e. - the begining of a new season and our quest for a repeat? The emergency QB slot has been nicely filled by St. Pierre. Leave Maddox and all other former Steelers in the archives where they belong and let's move on - we have an exciting season ahead of us!
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Time to move on....

maddox is gone....St. Pierre is in....we have a huge game in 2 days....
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I don't want to see Maddox back in the Black and Gold.

It was an ugly divorce anyhow,I don't think he has any desire to be a Steeler again.
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