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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:00 AM

Steeler fans not at a loss for words over loss 


One of the funnier rants:

Un-*******-believable. What a ****** loss. That game was there for the taking. Leftwich is a joke. Wallace is a *****. Nobody else can ******* catch. The refs are openly trying to **** them, yet again. **** the Ravens.

lmao

And theyre ripping Smokin Joe Flacco after his third win in a row at Heinzbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:02 AM

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the top thread is "would've been a blowout with Ben" haha

They've always got excuses.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:02 AM

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How did the refs hand this to us? I'm confused about that. Offsides penalties are pretty obvious. Just like its obvious when Foote tried to KICK Rice. But that opening penalty on Williams was spot on, right?.........
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:02 AM

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Joe Flacco has more wins in Pittsburgh than "the great" Ben Rapistburger has in Baltimore.  When we look back at their careers I'm thinking 2011 was the beginning of Flacco getting the best of Ben.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:02 AM

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They still mention how Tyler Palko beat out Flacco at Pitt.  That is such 2007 smack talk - come up with something else.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:04 AM

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Oh they're also not impressed with the Ravens. That's fine, I'll take an unimpressive win over an impressive loss any day.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:04 AM

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BaltimoreReeds wrote: Joe Flacco has more wins in Pittsburgh than "the great" Ben Rapistburger has in Baltimore.  When we look back at their careers I'm thinking 2011 was the beginning of Flacco getting the best of Ben.
It reminds me of how we would always say how Ben sucks and they're just lucky to win.  At some point you've gotta realize it's not just luck.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:08 AM

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Right. Because didn't he play last year and we won on a game winning TD to Torrey Smith. How is that a blowout?

When it comes to these two teams you can throw stats out the window.

This is my biggest problem with Stealer fans, its always "if this", "if that", never giving credit to the other team. Same thing happened with the GreenBay SB 
RchmondRvnsFan wrote: the top thread is "would've been a blowout with Ben" haha

They've always got excuses.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:09 AM

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LOL @ those butt hurt Stooler fans. Too bad the rapist was hurt but that's how it goes in the NFL, next man up....just ask Corey Graham. The Stooler fans know whats coming in a couple weeks when they come to Baltimore. We're gonna bury their punk asses, Ihedigbo style.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:10 AM

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haha that loser supercolts is over there running his mouth about how much Flacco sucks. If sucking means you win in Pitt 3 years in a row I hope he keeps sucking.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:11 AM

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They're sad because they realized that now we've got them by the balls......again!  If they're lucky they might squeek in and get Tebowed again.  One and done for the Steelers at best!

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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:12 AM

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lol, I'm still banned from that place. It's been at least 2 years since I've even tried to post over there. What a bunch of over sensitive children.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:13 AM

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What are they saying about barely beating KC? Because I recall BEN was in that game, and it was tied at half time. Not a blowout.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:15 AM

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rayistheman wrote: What are they saying about barely beating KC? Because I recall BEN was in that game, and it was tied at half time. Not a blowout.
Their meth riddled brains can't remember last week.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:17 AM

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RchmondRvnsFan wrote: haha that loser supercolts is over there running his mouth about how much Flacco sucks. If sucking means you win in Pitt 3 years in a row I hope he keeps sucking.
That guy seriously has a screw loose.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:19 AM

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He hates the Ravens. Has since he got banned from this site for being unbelievably obtuse. Every post he makes is drooling over the Steelers and ripping the Ravens.
RchmondRvnsFan wrote: haha that loser supercolts is over there running his mouth about how much Flacco sucks. If sucking means you win in Pitt 3 years in a row I hope he keeps sucking.
The rest of them are just mad they lost the game. I get it. A win would have kept them in the hunt for the division. Their QB is injury prone and their OL isn't good. It's a dangerous combo. noidea
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:19 AM

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RchmondRvnsFan wrote:
rayistheman wrote: What are they saying about barely beating KC? Because I recall BEN was in that game, and it was tied at half time. Not a blowout.
Their meth riddled brains can't remember last week.
A lot of people from Pittsburgh act like they are on another planet. That city is literally a couple of decades behind everybody else.

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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:30 AM

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Skipjacks wrote:
RchmondRvnsFan wrote: haha that loser supercolts is over there running his mouth about how much Flacco sucks. If sucking means you win in Pitt 3 years in a row I hope he keeps sucking.
That guy seriously has a screw loose.
Yup and it wont be here, and they say we are overly sensitive rolleyes

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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:32 AM

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A win is what matters. But does anyone think the Ravens win with Ben at QB? Injuries are part of football, but who is coming back for the Ravens that makes a big upgrade? I would be more concerned with being blow up by Houston and Denver and NE having home field with the remaining schedules. Last year was your best chance to go to the Superbowl. TheRavens with injuries and the defense just not close to what it has been will be a early exit this year. The Ravens simply aren;t very good this year.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:33 AM

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They are the most delusional fanbase I've ever seen. The Ravens have won 12 straight in the AFC North, 3 straight years in Pitt, but somehow it's a fluke. Yes, we get it Steeler fans, if you didn't have any injuries this would be a different game. What you fail to mention is that the Ravens are dealing with a ton of injuries as well, most notably 2 of their 3 starting CBs, and the DPOY is still recovering from what should've been a season ending injury. Get over it losers, you lost.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:36 AM

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chethejet wrote: A win is what matters. But does anyone think the Ravens win with Ben at QB? Injuries are part of football, but who is coming back for the Ravens that makes a big upgrade? I would be more concerned with being blow up by Houston and Denver and NE having home field with the remaining schedules. Last year was your best chance to go to the Superbowl. TheRavens with injuries and the defense just not close to what it has been will be a early exit this year. The Ravens simply aren;t very good this year.
Wow, right on cue.  Both teams are dealing with injuries.  If Ben played then it's an entirely different game, and a different game plan.  Maybe they would've used the same game plan that beat Ben twice last year.

But if the Steelers magically get Ben back in some hypothetical game where injuries don't exist, do we also get Webb, Smith, Lewis, and a 100 percent healthy Suggs?

Edit - Forgot about Pitta

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Posted: 11/19/2012 12:40 AM

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chethejet wrote:
 A win is what matters. But does anyone think the Ravens win with Ben at QB? Injuries are part of football, but who is coming back for the Ravens that makes a big upgrade? I would be more concerned with being blow up by Houston and Denver and NE having home field with the remaining schedules. Last year was your best chance to go to the Superbowl. TheRavens with injuries and the defense just not close to what it has been will be a early exit this year. The Ravens simply aren;t very good this year.

Yes, just like last year.  The game was played to be won.  If the Steelers somehow got the lead (which wasn't happening) then Joe would've led them down the field a third straight year in a row. 

Hopefully Pitta is okay. 

The Ravens are actually very good.  They can win the close ones on the road like tonight.  They can win come from behind games like they did vs the Patriots.  I'm actually very impressed how they're overcoming everything this year and still running away with the division and on pace for a first round bye again.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 1:06 AM

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Not really. Last year D was solid and offense was good. I don't see the same team this year. Yes injuries to CB hurts, but the Dline is being handled more often than not. The Steelers were not a 12 and 4 team last year in reality. The Ravens may have a very good record this year, but they don't beat NE or Denver on the road tonight. Houston crushed your team. Don't kid yourself, Ben is playing very well and Pittsburgh has an offensive line that is much better than you have seen since 2005. With a healthy Ben and Brown at WR tonight it is a much different game. No superbowl for you.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 1:17 AM

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chethejet wrote: Not really. Last year D was solid and offense was good. I don't see the same team this year. Yes injuries to CB hurts, but the Dline is being handled more often than not. The Steelers were not a 12 and 4 team last year in reality. The Ravens may have a very good record this year, but they don't beat NE or Denver on the road tonight. Houston crushed your team. Don't kid yourself, Ben is playing very well and Pittsburgh has an offensive line that is much better than you have seen since 2005. With a healthy Ben and Brown at WR tonight it is a much different game. No superbowl for you.
Funny how the Ravens are bad at 8-2 and the steelers are good at 6-4. Must be steeler logic.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 1:21 AM

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chethejet wrote: Not really. Last year D was solid and offense was good. I don't see the same team this year. Yes injuries to CB hurts, but the Dline is being handled more often than not. The Steelers were not a 12 and 4 team last year in reality. The Ravens may have a very good record this year, but they don't beat NE or Denver on the road tonight. Houston crushed your team. Don't kid yourself, Ben is playing very well and Pittsburgh has an offensive line that is much better than you have seen since 2005. With a healthy Ben and Brown at WR tonight it is a much different game. No superbowl for you.
The Steelers lost Roethlisberger because he's an injury prone QB playing behind a not good OL. Their failure to properly prepare for the event of his injury lost them the game tonight.

The Ravens are going to win the division. That's what's important. Get some home playoff games and anything can happen in the playoffs. The best team doesn't always win.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 1:37 AM

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chethejet wrote: Not really. Last year D was solid and offense was good. I don't see the same team this year. Yes injuries to CB hurts, but the Dline is being handled more often than not. The Steelers were not a 12 and 4 team last year in reality. The Ravens may have a very good record this year, but they don't beat NE or Denver on the road tonight. Houston crushed your team. Don't kid yourself, Ben is playing very well and Pittsburgh has an offensive line that is much better than you have seen since 2005. With a healthy Ben and Brown at WR tonight it is a much different game. No superbowl for you.

No Superbowl for the Steelers this year that's for sure.  cool

It's always fun when the Ravens consistently beat a team and the best they can do is HOPE another team does their dirty work for them since they're just not good enough to do it themselves.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 1:43 AM

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jravenfan wrote:
 
Funny how the Ravens are bad at 8-2 and the steelers are good at 6-4. Must be steeler logic.


The hillbillies can't get used to the fact that we own them again!

Our next division win sets a record.  This division is quickly becoming the Ravens North with the Steelers as an afterthought.  We don't make excuses for injuries or live (and dress) in the past.  We win in the present. 

 

(Oakland got blown out again.  That Steelers loss must still hurt too...)

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Posted: 11/19/2012 5:51 AM

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The algebra of the NFL is more complicated than:

(performance w/o player) + (greatest career game ever of missing player) = (outcome of game if the missing player had played)

stuff happens

If Ben plays, maybe he gets picked a couple times - it happens to everyone.

If Ben plays and plays well, maybe Ravens play differently than they did when they are ahead for the entire 2nd half. 

Maybe the Steel Curtain is "pumped" to "win one for Ben" when he's out and isn't quite so good if he plays

Once you change the QB for the Steelers, then our defense scheme may change, our offense scheme may change, etc.   There are a large number of scenarios that could happen once you change a major aspect of the game.   Steeler fans shouldn't be morons who think that first simple equation is true.

I for one will answer the poster who asked if anyone thinks Ravens win if Ben plays - yes, I think we win if Ben plays, but I think it's a very different game.  

And let's be clear - Ben being injured isn't a fluke - Pitts fan LOVE his style - they love that he is a big tough QB/Fullback.   They love that he absorbs hits and is tough to tackle.   Well, that is why he gets injured.   And it will only get worse as he gets older and takes longer to heal.   The part of his game that they love is the part that gets him hurt.   So Ben being injured is not an allowable excuse - it's a natural consequence of his style - if they love his toughness then they've got to accept that he is going to miss some games. 

So deal with it, STeelers fans - we did barely enough to beat you.  If you had Ben you might put up more points (or not) but we might also - the simple formula is false

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Posted: 11/19/2012 6:30 AM

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Both teams are dealing with injuries, it's part of the game be it Ben, Ray, Webby, furball, Jimmy Smith Cody and so on. The team that overcomes adversity wins.

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Posted: 11/19/2012 7:32 AM

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Those stiller fans are a bunch of retards. If Flacco was so bad, he wouldn't have more wins in Pittsburgh then Big Jen has in Baltimore.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 7:41 AM

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because three years in row, we come into their house and beat them...id be mad too.

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Posted: 11/19/2012 7:48 AM

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chethejet wrote:  The Ravens simply aren;t very good this year.

good enough to be 8-2 ..

whats your excuse?
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Posted: 11/19/2012 8:14 AM

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chethejet wrote: Not really. Last year D was solid and offense was good. I don't see the same team this year. Yes injuries to CB hurts, but the Dline is being handled more often than not. The Steelers were not a 12 and 4 team last year in reality. The Ravens may have a very good record this year, but they don't beat NE or Denver on the road tonight. Houston crushed your team. Don't kid yourself, Ben is playing very well and Pittsburgh has an offensive line that is much better than you have seen since 2005. With a healthy Ben and Brown at WR tonight it is a much different game. No superbowl for you.
Sure, our defense isn't quite what we want it to be at this point.  But, you forgot a couple of very important stats.  The Ravens are #1 in red zone defense and are #1 in goal to go offense. Mix that in with a very impressive take-away-give-way ratio and a very good special teams and you can see why we are 8-2.  And the rest of the AFC just better hope they don't have to come to Baltimore to play us in the playoffs.  We have the #1 scoring home offense in the NFL.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 8:56 AM

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rantnrav wrote:
Sure, our defense isn't quite what we want it to be at this point.  But, you forgot a couple of very important stats.  The Ravens are #1 in red zone defense and are #1 in goal to go offense. Mix that in with a very impressive take-away-give-way ratio and a very good special teams and you can see why we are 8-2.  And the rest of the AFC just better hope they don't have to come to Baltimore to play us in the playoffs.  We have the #1 scoring home offense in the NFL.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 9:16 AM

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Marshall Faulk said it best: The gameplan was for the O not to lose the game and put it on the D. Plain and Simple. If Ben played the gameplan would have been different. We kenw Leftwich wasn't going to beat us. So we stuck to a Vanilla gameplan on O. Why else would we take a sack on 3rd and 2 instead of at least trying for the 1st down with Dickson open?

Oh and in case you forgot we already beat the Pats this year. And that was without the DPOY from last year.
chethejet wrote: A win is what matters. But does anyone think the Ravens win with Ben at QB? Injuries are part of football, but who is coming back for the Ravens that makes a big upgrade? I would be more concerned with being blow up by Houston and Denver and NE having home field with the remaining schedules. Last year was your best chance to go to the Superbowl. TheRavens with injuries and the defense just not close to what it has been will be a early exit this year. The Ravens simply aren;t very good this year.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 9:39 AM

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I would love for someone who can still post on their site to ask this.  In one breath they say their defense was some sort of suffocating monster.  In the next breath they say how Flacco is no good and played horribly. 

So, if they are so high on their defense and Flacco completed 2/3 of his throws with no turnovers, how does that equate to him playing poorly?  Ask them if what they are saying is any half decent quarterback would have blown them out.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 9:51 AM

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And you just summed up my biggest issue with their fans. They never give another team credit, never. It is always "if we did this", "if we had that". Apparently they are the best of the best and if any team beats them they are just lucky.

I'm happy to be a "lucky" 8-2.

Denver, only beat them because it was in Denver and it was Manning's first game with the Broncos

Not sure about the Raiders, who we thoroughly whipped by the way

Not sure of the excuses for the loss against the Titans either.

But if they lose to the Browns (which I believe they will) be prepared for excuses then too 
rantnrav wrote: I would love for someone who can still post on their site to ask this.  In one breath they say their defense was some sort of suffocating monster.  In the next breath they say how Flacco is no good and played horribly. 

So, if they are so high on their defense and Flacco completed 2/3 of his throws with no turnovers, how does that equate to him playing poorly?  Ask them if what they are saying is any half decent quarterback would have blown them out.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 10:20 AM

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What game are you watching? The Ben you have seen was running for his life most of the last three years. That is not the case this year. The Steelers are much better as to running an offense that keeps Ben upright and allows him to throw to more checkdowns. Baltimore while 8-2 has at best a average defense and an offense that depends on father time to give the Oline one more year. Ray Rice was not the running force he can be and Flacco just can't adjust when Ray can't be a force on offense. Injuries have taken it's toll on your D, stabbing Ray is done. Reed is at best OK. Ngata is good when healthy, but the Ravens are depending on him when he clearly is gassed after three plays. Suggs is hurt and he gets a pass. In short, the mirrors and total team effort only go so far when you play a team that is healthy and has an offense with a pulse. You got lucky with Ben out. But like all things, kama is a bit** and your d will be picked apart by Manning or Brady or Ben if you meet them in the playoffs.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 10:32 AM

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The butt hurt Steeler fan is starting to get mad.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 11:15 AM

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Once again you ignore the fact that we already played BRADY and beat him.

Also, you talk about our missing pieces on D, but say it would have been different if Ben was in the game. Was it different opening day last year? Or about at Heinz field? Because I know he played in both of those games. Its funny how you acknowledge Ben being out makes a difference, but nothing about our missing pieces on D making a difference. 
chethejet wrote: What game are you watching? The Ben you have seen was running for his life most of the last three years. That is not the case this year. The Steelers are much better as to running an offense that keeps Ben upright and allows him to throw to more checkdowns. Baltimore while 8-2 has at best a average defense and an offense that depends on father time to give the Oline one more year. Ray Rice was not the running force he can be and Flacco just can't adjust when Ray can't be a force on offense. Injuries have taken it's toll on your D, stabbing Ray is done. Reed is at best OK. Ngata is good when healthy, but the Ravens are depending on him when he clearly is gassed after three plays. Suggs is hurt and he gets a pass. In short, the mirrors and total team effort only go so far when you play a team that is healthy and has an offense with a pulse. You got lucky with Ben out. But like all things, kama is a bit** and your d will be picked apart by Manning or Brady or Ben if you meet them in the playoffs.
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