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Old 09-18-2012, 07:21 PM   #41
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I completely, totally, 100% disagree. Football is a game of emotion; hell, I start screaming and pounding my chest watching the Steelers play it, and I'm just a spectator.

After Brown made that catch, got popped real hard and still hung on (spectacular by the way), I was psyched by the way he got up screaming at the crowd and going nuts, flexing and jawing. For a supposedly "old and slow" team, I think it helps tremendously to get that kind of outward fire and passion going.

I do agree that Brown doesn't have to signal for a first after every first down catch. But if he wants to do it for some of them, that's fine by me.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:22 PM   #42
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I completely, totally, 100% disagree. Football is a game of emotion; hell, I start screaming and pounding my chest watching the Steelers play it, and I'm just a spectator.

After Brown made that catch, got popped real hard and still hung on (spectacular by the way), I was psyched by the way he got up screaming at the crowd and going nuts, flexing and jawing. For a supposedly "old and slow" team, I think it helps tremendously to get that kind of outward fire and passion going.

I do agree that Brown doesn't have to signal for a first after every first down catch. But if he wants to do it for some of them, that's fine by me.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:55 PM   #43
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AB dance is by far the funniest thing I've ever seen and i love it to death!!! Do your thing young $!
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Old 09-18-2012, 08:03 PM   #44
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remember Bettis getting fired up after runs. Nobody does it like he use to. he use to run another 10 to 15 yards down the field after each run.
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if they wanna celebrate more power to them but don't do it when you catch a 5 yard pass in the first qr.
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Old 09-21-2012, 02:09 AM   #46
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Steelers Miller Sits Out Of Practice Again

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During the Jets game, Heath suffered some damage to his rib cartilage, but as we know finished the game and helped the Steelers add one to the win column. But today, Thursday, was the second day he sat out of practice. Yikes. Not good. With no indication of whether or not he will play Sunday against the Raiders, I think we have to consider for a moment the impact that is going to have. Let me rephrase that, the rather large and impactful impact that is going to have.

Heath only had three catches against the Jets, but two were key third down grabs, on long third downs, as the running game was at best, ineffective. His third completion was a touchdown. His second in two games after scoring the first of the Steelers season against Denver.

When Todd Haley took the job earlier this year, he talked about the importance of having Miller more involved in the offense, getting the ball more. That’s a good thing, Ben has that *connection* with Heath, that’s evident. Miller is not one of those fancy pants tight ends that seems to be en-vogue, he’s not flashy like the Gronk or putting up ridiculous numbers like Graham, but he is consistent and he is dependable.

So the question of him playing on Sunday is potentially a serious one, with key players out on the defense (Harrison and Troy are already ruled out) and an offense that is only averaging a pathetic 2.6 yards per carry or something crappy like that. (I make no mention of the effects of our offensive line. That is like beating a dead horse and I happen to like animals.)

As a result, Ben is unfortunately having to play a little, ok a lot, of superman on third down. Miller is one of his go to guys. He’s like a warm fuzzy blanket. I like Ben to be warm and fuzzy and comfortable. A comfortable Ben is a good Ben. A non-interception throwing Ben.

Miller, the tough guy he is, the team player he is, will likely suit up on Sunday and catch his 2-3 passes, listen to the barrage of HEATH echoing through the stadium, do his duty on blocking and call it a day. He’ll be looking ahead to the week four bye along with what seems like a growing bunch of guys on the sideline in sweats instead of pads. At least Ben is in one piece. Someone knock on some wood.

Oh and yes, I googled ” Healing Torn Rib Cartilage” and now wish I didnt.

Torn rib cartilage, also called costochondral separation, can be one of the most difficult injuries to heal, because it cannot simply be placed in a cast. Ribs must move in order for your lungs to properly function, which inhibits healing. Symptoms of a torn rib cartilage include pain when you breathe, cough or sneeze, laugh and even move.

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Old 09-21-2012, 08:42 AM   #47
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Sad you feel that way but to each his own. This $ crew you speak of adds much value to our team and for you to ostricize them says a lot about you. If we were all were cookie cutter, we would not be human.

You need to pipe down your seemingly racist rant.
What is racist about saying they need to show class? That was a stupid assumption... It is ridiculous that just because they made a catch they act like they did something spectacular! That's why that was supposed to be reserved for touchdowns... just saying
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obviously Jobu didn't think Jack was enough. Luckily for our favorite team, I will be attending an Oktoberfest this weekend. Hopefully something works, or I say F U Jobu
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What is racist about saying they need to show class? That was a stupid assumption... It is ridiculous that just because they made a catch they act like they did something spectacular! That's why that was supposed to be reserved for touchdowns... just saying
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Torn rib cartilage, also called costochondral separation, can be one of the most difficult injuries to heal, because it cannot simply be placed in a cast. Ribs must move in order for your lungs to properly function, which inhibits healing. Symptoms of a torn rib cartilage include pain when you breathe, cough or sneeze, laugh and even move.

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I had a torn rib cartilage while training years back. It took almost 3 years to fully heal and it was a bitch to cough/sneeze, it'd feel like I was getting stabbed in the chest.

it's not the worst injury to have, he should still be able to function, but will just have to deal with the pain for another year or so. He prolly will recover faster, being a pro athlete they have access to much better medical care than the average person
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