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Old 10-18-2005, 07:51 PM   #31
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Yet again, another wonderfully informative post by IronCityHangover. His hair makes him unique, which I think it awesome. He's gonna be one of the premier Strong Safetys in the league in a few years, and Polamalu will be laughing all the way to the Pro Bowl. I, for one, would be pretty disappointed if Troy cut his hair significantly. It wouldnt be the same, you know...
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Old 10-18-2005, 10:56 PM   #32
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He was on Gates all nite and jackin him up every chance he got!! He was all over the field and a big reason that we won.

The defense shut down Tomlinson for the most part till late in the 4th quarter..they did what they needed to do.. keep Gates and Tomlinson in check and u can beat the bolts.
I'm not a fan of Troy Polamalu and I've bashed on him in the past out of spite. But the guy some how gets in on every play. There's something to be said for that. How long before teams finally figure out that they have to block this guy? He is never touched anytime he rushes the QB.
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I'm not a fan of Troy Polamalu and I've bashed on him in the past out of spite. But the guy some how gets in on every play. There's something to be said for that. How long before teams finally figure out that they have to block this guy? He is never touched anytime he rushes the QB.
teams will probably figure that out when lebeau leaves the steelers or retires.
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teams will probably figure that out when lebeau leaves the steelers or retires.
LeBeau, another example of a great coordinator / bad head coach
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teams will probably figure that out when lebeau leaves the steelers or retires.
Dick Lebeau can never leave the Steelers or retire! I think the Rooneys are working with a team of scientists to take Lebeau's head and connect it onto a robot when the time comes. Robo-lebeau lol I still think even after Lebeau leaves, our Defense wil still be good for a while, because his effect on the young guys like McFadden and Troy; they'll keep that throughout their years. While a normal Defensive coach would look at McFadden and say "ok, we've got to get him better at deflecting the passes" Lebeau says "ok, so he's good at tackling, lets hone that skill to a fine point". I hope Lebeau sticks around for a long time. He's a great coach and is one of the reasons we're a top team.
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"robo-lebeau" lol good 1! i hope they make sure to keep lebeau and hopefully all other teams will remember what he did in cinci and stay away from him. i think hes happy where hes at and there is no salary cap on coaches. see alex gibbs. i bet darren perry is being groomed just in case. he played under lebeau and now coaches with him so we know he learned alot.
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Yet again, another wonderfully informative post by IronCityHangover. His hair makes him unique, which I think it awesome. He's gonna be one of the premier Strong Safetys in the league in a few years, and Polamalu will be laughing all the way to the Pro Bowl. I, for one, would be pretty disappointed if Troy cut his hair significantly. It wouldnt be the same, you know...
Have self respect, cut it or get it pulled off when you're horse collared.
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Have self respect, cut it or get it pulled off when you're horse collared.
youre not balding with hair envy are you?

usually the defensive players are doing the horse collaring not getting horse collared. his hair is probably a sign of respect to him and his culture / heritage.
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Have self respect, cut it or get it pulled off when you're horse collared.
Then again, maybe Iron City Hangover knows how much Troy intercepts and is worried about someone doing that. I have a feeling there's a rule somewhere about it, but if not, as soon as it happens, they should have one put in. and I totally get what he means by 'have some self respect". I mean, come on Troy, showing your native heritage is almost as bad as not washing your training clothes for a week.

(there was alot of sarcasm in that last idea )
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Then again, maybe Iron City Hangover knows how much Troy intercepts and is worried about someone doing that. I have a feeling there's a rule somewhere about it, but if not, as soon as it happens, they should have one put in. and I totally get what he means by 'have some self respect". I mean, come on Troy, showing your native heritage is almost as bad as not washing your training clothes for a week.

(there was alot of sarcasm in that last idea )
Explain Al Harris then. If it's Troy's heritage then I could agree that it's fine. It's the unnecessary stuff that makes it look unprofessional and a hazard.
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