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Old 01-10-2010, 10:28 PM   #1
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I'm tired of all the Arians bashing. You try to execute an effective game plan with that offensive line. I'm tired of Arians supporters knocking Dick LeBeau. The guy lost his best defensive lineman and his best overall player for the majority of the season. You try to design coverage schemes that hide the coverage "skills" of Tyrone Carter and William Gay. I'm even tired of the Tomlin bashing. You try to unleash hell on earth in Decem... uh nevermind. But still the dude won a Super Bowl in his second year and looks like Omar Epps to boot.

No the real culprit my friends was assistant head coach John Mitchell. What exactly was he doing while the ship went down in flames? I don't know. You don't know, do you? That's right none of us know what the hell this guy does! I'm blaming it all on him!



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Good point. He got Fitztgerald's share of the curse as well.
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Fitz pays for shoving Woodson down on that TD catch in the playoffs. WATCH
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