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Old 12-31-2012, 12:24 PM   #11
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Wow what a terrible list! Let me fix it for you!

1. Trade Roethlisberger for 5th rd pick
2. Draft Matt Barkley with 1st pick
3. Use 5th rd pick to draft all-pro number 1 WR
1. You would have no problem with teams lining up.
2. Easy peasy
3. Not so easy

I will file this under "does not have a clue"
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:33 PM   #12
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1. You would have no problem with teams lining up.
2. Easy peasy
3. Not so easy

I will file this under "does not have a clue"
Really? You thought I was being serious? Actually? Are you serious? No. Now you have to be trolling me. My head is going to explode. Can not... figure out... if actually this dumb... or trolling... light... fading...
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:57 PM   #13
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Really? You thought I was being serious? Actually? Are you serious? No. Now you have to be trolling me. My head is going to explode. Can not... figure out... if actually this dumb... or trolling... light... fading...
So Sorry, how am I or anyone else suppose to know when you are serious, when you post a new trade Ben, or get rid of Ben, or Ben is not as good as Brady or Peyton threads everyday. Its easy to post tongue in cheek posts and the people on the other monitors have trouble picking that up.
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Wow what a terrible list! Let me fix it for you!

1. Trade Roethlisberger for 5th rd pick
2. Draft Matt Barkley with 1st pick
3. Use 5th rd pick to draft all-pro number 1 WR
1. trade roethlisberger for the #1 pick
2. trade the #1 pick to the raiders for all their picks this draft, plus their first rounders for the next 2 years
3. trade the #1 pick and next year's #1 pick from the raiders for tom brady
4. trade tom brady for jacksonville's first rounder and next year's first rounder along with their #2 and #3 pick
5. trade our #2 and #3 pick along with jacksonville's rd.1 pick next year for ben roethlisberger back
6. draft manti te'o with the #2 pick in the draft
7. address additional needs with a shitload of picks. thank you ghost of al davis!

sounds simple enough?
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1. two hard-boiled eggs
2. duct tape: the handy-man's secret weapon
3. two hard-boiled eggs

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So Sorry, how am I or anyone else suppose to know when you are serious, when you post a new trade Ben, or get rid of Ben, or Ben is not as good as Brady or Peyton threads everyday. Its easy to post tongue in cheek posts and the people on the other monitors have trouble picking that up.
The posts I make are a natural reaction to the "Everyone is to blame but Ben! Ben is a top 5 QB all-time look at his rings! Fire the OC! Ben should throw 50 times a game! I don't care that Roethlisberger already throws more often than Brady, Manning and Rodgers!" threads.
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The posts I make are a natural reaction to the "Everyone is to blame but Ben! Ben is a top 5 QB all-time look at his rings! Fire the OC! Ben should throw 50 times a game! I don't care that Roethlisberger already throws more often than Brady, Manning and Rodgers!" threads.
And my reaction was only natural since you take every opportunity to belittle any contribution Ben has made to the success of this franchise. You want him to be Brady and Peyton, Gawd we get it, 30 teams wish they had those two, (perhaps you can get us a DNA sample and we can try to clone one of them ,your choice) You pooh pooh any numbers that compare Bens career up to this point against any other QB up to the same time frame, you talk points one minute and wins the next, and SBs and playoff wins the next. Your hate is much deeper than just his play on the field, he does not "measure" up to your ideal and it pains you that your favorite team has a QB you cannot stand. Get used to it.
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In all honesty there are people that do blame everyone but Ben, I am not one. I have stated many times that he is at fault as much as any one when we lose, but in turn i give him credit for past performances. Just as others find no fault in Bens game , You Lloyd, find nothing to credit him with and that amazes me more than any other aspect. Your reasoning that a new OC would magically change Bens style was a pipe dream, at least in one season. Do you not think QBs like Peyton would not bristle under a system that he felt did not use him best, do you think there have been no blow ups on the sidelines of the Patriots with Brady. I am a realist, at least as real to know that one man does not win NFL games on his own and while errors at the end of games can be construed as one man losses, there is always the errors that the fan are not aware of , missed assignments, wrong routes, missed blocks, wrong plays called at the wrong time. Yea there are apologists, just like there are haters.
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Why would you take someone on the internet seriously?
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And my reaction was only natural since you take every opportunity to belittle any contribution Ben has made to the success of this franchise. You want him to be Brady and Peyton, Gawd we get it, 30 teams wish they had those two, (perhaps you can get us a DNA sample and we can try to clone one of them ,your choice) You pooh pooh any numbers that compare Bens career up to this point against any other QB up to the same time frame, you talk points one minute and wins the next, and SBs and playoff wins the next. Your hate is much deeper than just his play on the field, he does not "measure" up to your ideal and it pains you that your favorite team has a QB you cannot stand. Get used to it.
Don't want a Manning. Don't want a high scoring offense. Want a reasonable offense that executes and can consistently score 24-27 points.

That would be a very good offense for this team and it is attainable.

From 2004-2007 the scoring offense finished no worse than 12th in the league.

From 2008-2012 the scoring offense finished no better than 12th in the league.

The more control Ben gets the worse the offense/team does. Period.

Steelers offense has now finished 20th or worse in 3 of the last 5 seasons.

The team was doing fine until Roethlisberger got hurt, scoring 23.9 ppg.

Roethlisberger needs to shut up and play the damn game.

That's all I want. I want the 100 million dollar man to work hard and not complain to the media. I think for 12 million a year the Steelers deserve at least that.
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