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Posted: 10/31/2011 5:53 AM
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Posted: 10/31/2011 11:49 AM
Jimbothekid wrote: Balls: 1). Roethlisberger....like him or not, he is a stud quarterback. 2). Kevin Faulk...not so much for play on the field, but I like how he immediately called to the Pittsburgh trainers and medical staff when one of the Pittsburgh players got hurt ( I forgot the name of the player ). May be players do this more than we think, but it was a classy move by the always classy Faulk.3). Pittsburgh coaching staff....for playing the game to win, and not lose in the fourth quarterGoats:1). Patriots offense...this is the second week in a row they have really struggled against a good defense. They really only scored 10 points today. Sorry, I can't count the first TD when they started the drive on the Pittsburgh 4 yard line ( or whatever it was ).2). Bill Belichick...sorry guys but he has really lost his fastball. From drafting and free agents to in game coaching, he is just losing it. Slowly, may be, but he is.3). Robert Kraft....PLEASE buy another shirt. I'm begging you.
Posted: 10/31/2011 1:47 PM
Posted: 10/31/2011 2:39 PM
Balls: The other 5 teams who had a bye and came out prepared to play and won this week,The Steelers from coaching on down who came to playSt. Louis for having heart and showing that any given Sunday anyone can win.Goats: Bill Belichick. Bill the team was not ready to play and that falls on you. And you were once again out coached.Bill O'Brien, once again FAILS to adjust in game. Seems the Patriots were determined to force Faulk on Pitt at the expense of Ridley and Woodhead. Who is the SLOWEST RB on the Patriots roster least likely to "hit a home run"? You need a homerun yesterday and you play the slowest. Well done.Referees. The rules say it is illegal to touch the receiver after the 5 yard thing? Many times Pitt was touching, pushing, holding the receivers after the 5 yard mark and 95% NEVER CALLED.Gotkowski: its not the missed 42 yarder. Most of your field goals barely make it insider the uprights. It was the pathetic inside attempt. You can't convince me that he practices this. I know high school kickers that can do a better job doing that.Grade: F
Chance favors the Prepared Mind.
Posted: 10/31/2011 3:16 PM
Morpheus11 wrote:Seems the Patriots were determined to force Faulk on Pitt at the expense of Ridley and Woodhead. Who is the SLOWEST RB on the Patriots roster least likely to "hit a home run"? You need a homerun yesterday and you play the slowest. Well done.
Seems the Patriots were determined to force Faulk on Pitt at the expense of Ridley and Woodhead. Who is the SLOWEST RB on the Patriots roster least likely to "hit a home run"? You need a homerun yesterday and you play the slowest. Well done.
Posted: 11/1/2011 7:11 AM
Posted: 11/1/2011 10:07 AM
brickie wrote: That is quite the mathamatical equasion on which way was the best way to go. Holy crap! It looked to me that one thing that was not considered when deciding to go for the onside kick was how prepared our team was at executing the play and it turned out to be a pathetic example. Maybe they work on it a lot during practice. Sure didn't look it. I agree that the pats D couldn't stop a nose bleed that day (as in most) but sometimes late game pressure can be hard to deal with and could have made the steelers offense tighten up enough to where they don't execute well enough to pick up a crucial first down. Atleast they would have had to earn it. Maybe I'm wrong about BB regressing as a head coach. Perhaps most of the other NFL coaches and their staffs are getting much better and now it is starting to show.
Last edited 11/1/2011 10:14 AM by PatManpower
Posted: 11/1/2011 1:18 PM
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