columbia wrote:Is it ok question the defense now or is that still just reactionary yinzer talk?
I need the experts from week one to tell me how it is.
jprolley wrote:It was actually Curtis painter for most of the colts game...who also carved up that vaunted steeler defense in the 4th quarter and had to be rescued by another last minute big Ben scoring drive.
shmenguin wrote:I want to sticky this list:
Starting Quarterbacks that superstar Ike Taylor and the amazing Steelers secondary faced last year. They killed it against a true murderer's row of gunslingers.
DelPen wrote:Crap, this secondary gets to still face Flacco twice. This team can easily go 5-11 assuming they can even split against the Browns and Bengals and beat the Chiefs. I don't see any wins against any team that has a QB who isn't complete garbage at simply throwing a ball downfield.
The Snapshot wrote:The Steelers are not good on either side of the line, or on Special Teams. That makes you a bad team every time, no matter how good your QB, TE, Receivers or Linebackers are.
On D, there is not single, consistently disruptive force anymore with the recent injuries to Harrison, Woodley or Polamalu either keeping them out of the lineup or limiting them when they play. Our D was always having everyone else just play OK and let them be the deciding factors. That ain't happening, and now we see how average everyone else is - including the overall scheme.
On offense, I just don't know. How many years can you go without ever being able to keep a healthy line, however average it may be? Our O-Line can't stay healthy.
Oh, and one more thing - our receivers are soft. I cannot stand watching Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown drop passes that hit them in the hands. ES makes almost every catch - but these guys are hurting us too. Every catch Wallace makes is a bobble at first.
Troy looks and has looked fat for the last few years. Perhaps he should rethink his training plan now that he is older. It seems that inner calm doesn't prevent puffy face and pulled muscles. Perhaps the weight room and some running?
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