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We need to score early and put pressure on their O.

It would be nice to get a replay of our first meeting! 

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Steelers will find it much tougher this time around but I like us 27-20.

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GO CHIEFS!!!

Regardless whoever wins please beat the Patsies next week.

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Go Chiefs!  Hope Dee Ford sacks Roethlisberger a couple of times

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Missed opportunities may come back to haunt our Steelers. Why in the hell are we not running the ball 1st and goal at the two twice? Crazy play calling right now in the red zone.

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We are controlling the game, but yes, we have to put it in the end zone. 

Our Oline is looking good, got to keep wearing them down.

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I don't think we win by kicking FGs but I'll be more than happy to be wrong.

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I am impressed by the improved play of our secondary. Early in the year, I was afraid they would be a liability.

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6 freaking FGs. If we convert two of those in the first qtr this game is almost out of reach.

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15 minutes ago, wareagleguy said:

On to the Patsies

FIFY

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Can't rely on FGs next Sunday for sure but dad gum it I'm happy to be wrong about this be. Here We Go! 

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Damn should have had the game won in the first half but settled for FG's I'll take it for now. Next week is another story

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10 hours ago, aujeff11 said:
Regarding the Pittsburgh offense I believe:

So this is what it's like to watching auburn play huh

 

I guess our new OC is not coming from the Steeler's.  That eliminates one source, no link, just opinion.

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You are reminded that these NFL stars can be selfish and immature punks when you see Antonio Brown embarrassing himself and his coach in his Facebook live video. Tomlin was actually giving a damn good speech while AB was not paying attention, and acting like a tool. 

FFS

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http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/18495180/mike-tomlin-pittsburgh-steelers-regrets-comments-calls-antonio-brown-selfish

PITTSBURGH -- Mike Tomlin called his postgame locker room language "regrettable" but will punish Antonio Brown internally for streaming the coach's message to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Facebook Live on Sunday night.

Tomlin took a hard line with Brown, the electric receiver who streamed footage of Tomlin saying how the Steelers "spotted those a--h---- [the New England Patriots] a day and a half" of AFC Championship Game preparation after the team's divisional-round win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

"It was foolish of him to do that. It was selfish of him to do that. It was inconsiderate for him to do that."

Mike Tomlin, on Antonio Brown posting locker room video on Facebook Live

"It was foolish of him to do that," Tomlin said during his weekly news conference Tuesday. "It was selfish of him to do that. It was inconsiderate for him to do that."

Tomlin said he hasn't spoken to Brown yet but will do so when he sees him. Brown's punishment won't be tangible on the field Sunday against New England. Brown violated team policy and the NFL's social media policy that prohibits posting messages 90 minutes before kickoff through postgame interviews. Violation of the league policy could elicit a fine.

Tomlin said certain star players bounce from team to team because of off-the-field distractions, alluding to a recurring theme with Brown's antics.

"I definitely don't want that to be his story," Tomlin said. "I'm sure he doesn't want that to be his story. So he has to address these things that put him and us in positions from time to time, in settings such as this that need to be addressed."

When asked to clarify the "from time to time" comment, Tomlin said he addressed everything in his opening statement.

Brown was in the back of the locker room talking to the camera while Tomlin and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger addressed the team and urged players to stay "low-profile." Roethlisberger told 93.7 The Fan on Tuesday that the situation is "unfortunate" and he's "a little disappointed" in his top receiver.

 

 

"Coach talks and then I talk, and you just don't want everyone to know what's going on in there with the family," Roethlisberger told the show. "And also, I wish AB would have been listening to Coach and myself instead of being on the other side of the locker room filming."

While addressing the "elephant in the room," Tomlin pointed to himself as needing to clean up his language in all settings and said this matter would not be a distraction for his team.

"This thing that is the National Football League, this platform that we have, is a precious and awesome thing," Tomlin said. "Not something we take very lightly. The responsibility associated with being in this thing just from a role-model standpoint is something I personally embrace."

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AB screwed up big time. A no-no and he will hear it from the team. I love him but he's got to know better.

As for KJ? He's a big Steelers fan.

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3 hours ago, autigeremt said:

AB screwed up big time. A no-no and he will hear it from the team. I love him but he's got to know better.

As for KJ? He's a big Steelers fan.

Well nobody's perfect.

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"Keep a low profile, and let's get ready to ball like this up again here in a few days and be right back at it. That's our story."

Tomlin's words that was broadcasted on Facebook live. The irony is thick up in hurr.

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9 hours ago, augolf1716 said:

>:(:-\ really poor kowboys

My Falcons are still in it.

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