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Old 11-24-2008, 03:01 PM   #21
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I wouldn't put it past Gooddeal to hold off on a suspension in the upcoming week. Just seems to be the way he rolls. He will deflect it away from Light by fining Harrison for being a big bully against the Bengals forcing their players to hold him on every play and fine Troy because someone pulled his hair after he intercepted the ball. The guy is a douche bag from the word go.
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Old 11-24-2008, 03:41 PM   #22
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Didn't the Bungholes have two rookies starting on their O-line? If so we didn't really light them up too much.
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Old 11-25-2008, 01:05 PM   #23
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Since Light works for the Cheatriots organization there is no way he gets suspended especially with Goodell in charge. Don't get me wrong though because he should be suspended for at least 1 game, because you are not allowed to be throwing punches. Can't wait to hear Goodell's latest explanation on why a Cheatriot player is not punished properly.
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Old 11-25-2008, 01:19 PM   #24
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wasn't Harrison supposed to be licking his chops last week vs Cincy's backup left side o-line and there were predictions of 3-4 sacks?

this is not meant as a negative AT ALL on Harrison.....just saying that it's too hard to predict who will be the individual statistical beneficiary of a certain lineman being out since they often times will just double up to block since they know it's a possible weakness. Regardless, overall the D benefits somewhere and that's all that matters.

speaking generally too since Light will probably play.
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I've been thinking about this for a few days now. It seems that every time we play the patriots* we do well in the first half and then they go to some form of max protect against our pass rushers. And we never change our defensive scheme.

So I believe that if we change up defensively in the second half to the point that on one side we put Harrison and Timmons (or Woodley) and then put Woodley (or Timmons) on the other side and allow one of the CBs to join the blitz. Overload the front line and play a press coverage not allowing Cassel to throw the short passes.
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Old 11-26-2008, 12:25 PM   #26
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It seems like Harrison has been getting held alot lately, but not called. Plus he's been getting double teamed. I definetly think we need to get some pressure up the middle, that will then open it up for Woodley and Harrison. Cassel takes alot of sacks.....We'll put some licks on him this week! Also, Kirschke will be filling in for Keisel and he's been a solid backup.
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IMO, the steelers are going to have a tough time getting to cassel. the patriots will most likely use 3-step drops and short routes. it's the achilles heel of the steelers' D
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He's a patriot, so no

Here's your chance to do something right goodell

Though silverback can take care of Light
Not when he holds every down like he did last year.
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Old 11-26-2008, 11:35 PM   #29
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The only reason why we only had 1 sack vs. the bengals the 2nd time is because they were a team that was much hungrier for a win than the 1st time. And plus, part of the Bengals game plan was short passes...
That and they did a lot of max protect.
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Light, Mankins, Koppen, Kazur are all good linemen. I expect that Cassel will have good protection, but you never know if Woodley, Harrison are gonna go off after sitting for 10 days.

I also hope Kirschke gets some breathers from Eason and Roye. Kirschke seems to collapse the pocket well on the pass rush.

Harrison, Woodley, Smith and Kirschke are a decent 4 to rush the passer.
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