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Old 01-19-2010, 05:06 PM   #1
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Default Number 12

Somebody mentioned this video about a week ago(in the Bradshaw vs BigBen thread), so I thought I would take a look at it

I don't know about the rest of you, but it gives me goosebumps to watch it
(especially around 3:01 where he runs the guy over! Don't know who it is, but Brad just lowers his shoulder and crushes him!)

And the pass in the SB with Swann doing the ballet---that baby is 50+ yards in the air...

HERE WE GO STEELERS



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Old 01-19-2010, 05:18 PM   #2
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It still amazing Terry can throw 40+ yards with ease
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Old 01-19-2010, 05:44 PM   #3
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The TD he threw to Swann in that same superbowl went almost 70 in the air. The one that really impressed me was the one shown against the Oilers...he scrambles around to the left and then throws a frozen rope almost 45 yards for a TD while his body weight is shifting backwards onto his right foot. He was amazing...lol
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The TD he threw to Swann in that same superbowl went almost 70 in the air. The one that really impressed me was the one shown against the Oilers...he scrambles around to the left and then throws a frozen rope almost 45 yards for a TD while his body weight is shifting backwards onto his right foot. He was amazing...lol
This one is my personal favorite:

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This one is my personal favorite:

I remember that catch like it was last week. IMO Stallworth was the best WR the Steelers ever had.
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Old 01-19-2010, 06:12 PM   #6
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I remember that catch like it was last week. IMO Stallworth was the best WR the Steelers ever had.
Same here and agreed. I still remember Brookshier commenting on Bradshaw's gripping of the ball: "he puts his index finger on the point of the ball and throws it like a dart."
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Old 01-20-2010, 04:27 AM   #7
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Terry had an awesome arm and could throw it down the field with ease and with little effort.
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i wish big ben had an arm like his....

but i cant complain! two superbowls for Big Ben, and counting.
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Blimey, . . . I thought Ben was difficult to bring down, TB is sick!!
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I remember that catch like it was last week. IMO Stallworth was the best WR the Steelers ever had.


I've got in a lot of arguments over the years about the opinion I'm about to express from non-Steeler fans, and Steeler fans alike. But imo after Jerry Rice, there's not a receiver who ever played the game that I would take over Stallworth in his prime. I know the stats don't bear that out, but that's not my argument. What I'm saying sheer physical skill, Stallworth was as good as there ever was. Size, speed, strength, agility, hands, intelligence for the game, you name it, he had it in abundance. Hell the guy could even block. Put him in a pass happy offense and his numbers could have good as anyone ever.
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