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Old 09-26-2011, 07:07 AM   #11
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Default Re: D. Sanders and M. Irvin agree with Sapp...

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aaron smith was getting shoved backwards all game. he is done
It is hard for me to agree with this as Aaron has been the epitome of Steelers football for so long, but you are right on the mark here. 2 out of 3 games he has been completely blown off the line of scrimmage. All those injuries and his age are starting to take a toll.

Time for Heyward and Ziggy to anchor our D Line.
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Old 09-26-2011, 07:20 AM   #12
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well...they are looking slow. So they're not wrong. Troy, Harrison, and Clark all looked good last night, but where was the rest of the LB's?
Why would anyone be surprised Irvin would say that? He's a notorious "Steelers-hater" and always has been and looks for opportunities to shoot this team down.
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Old 09-26-2011, 09:48 AM   #13
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Irving remind's me of Eddie Murphy playing the preacher character on Coming to America
"Yesssssssiiirrraaaah - the lordaaaah is gooodaaaah. Praise the looooordaaaaah - he makes me feeel so gooooodaaaah."

And Warren Sapp is well - just not explainable. He deserves the blue ribbon at the state fair if you know what I mean.
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:23 AM   #14
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Default Re: D. Sanders and M. Irvin agree with Sapp...

Take off the homer glasses boys..Sapp is not far off
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:36 AM   #15
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Default Re: D. Sanders and M. Irvin agree with Sapp...

we're not getting a complete effort from this defense. Smith, Farrior, Woodley, and every CB other than Ike are getting outplayed out there and haven't done squat.

first things first, Hood needs to be starting for Smith. at least he brings the ability to pass rush, even on 3 men rushes.. we also had a record run D last year with him starting, so he can stuff the run as well. not that it's his job to rush the QB, but Smith hasn't even been in the backfield all season and has been anything but disruptive to the run game.

they're spelling Farrior with Foote, i'd like to see Sylvester get some time.. but if he's too raw and not ready, not much you can do. we can't afford blown assignments over the middle.

Woodley's just gotta get his ****ing act together and play to that insane contract he received.

every CB on the team not named Ike Taylor is a liability... we're just going to have to deal with it.
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:58 AM   #16
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well...they are looking slow. So they're not wrong. Troy, Harrison, and Clark all looked good last night, but where was the rest of the LB's?
Why would anyone be surprised Irvin would say that? He's a notorious "Steelers-hater" and always has been and looks for opportunities to shoot this team down.
Irvin seemed to take up for Ben last season. He might feel a kindred spirit with the sultry elements of Ben's past. I guess it has to do with Ben being a "panty-pumper". Alledgedly of course.
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they also cry along with mike vick for not getting late hit flags as if the man is holding a brotha down.
It seems as though the man is holding a brotha down, though.......

Seriously, at least 2 plays should have been flagged. At least.

Not saying it's racism or anything, because plenty of other QBs don't get the calls either; but it ain't fair.

Those clowns over at NFL Network are pretty stupid, though. I'll give you that.
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Old 09-26-2011, 11:50 AM   #18
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I've never liked Vick personally. Watching him get creamed play after play makes my day. He does have a point that some of those hits should be flagged but he is not alone like he says he is. Only the high powered pocket passers get those calls. When you run around like Ben and VIck do and get hit the flags stay in the pockets.
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Irving remind's me of Eddie Murphy playing the preacher character on Coming to America
"Yesssssssiiirrraaaah - the lordaaaah is gooodaaaah. Praise the looooordaaaaah - he makes me feeel so gooooodaaaah."

And Warren Sapp is well - just not explainable. He deserves the blue ribbon at the state fair if you know what I mean.
Those two clowns remind me of what hell might be like. I do not know what they do down there in Miami, but whenever these ****ers talk, they give me a splitting headache from not only the nonsense but the fact that I can't understand a freakin word they are saying.
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Irving remind's me of Eddie Murphy playing the preacher character on Coming to America
"Yesssssssiiirrraaaah - the lordaaaah is gooodaaaah. Praise the looooordaaaaah - he makes me feeel so gooooodaaaah."

And Warren Sapp is well - just not explainable. He deserves the blue ribbon at the state fair if you know what I mean.
Arsenio Hall played the preacher in Coming to America
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