Steelers press offensive line

Steelers press offensive line

There are 8 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Sep 30, 2008, titled Steelers press offensive line. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

In the Ravens' first two games, the offensive line enjoyed moderate success in the run and pass against the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns .

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Jeff

United States

#1 Sep 30, 2008
"the offensive line enjoyed moderate success in the run"
yes 2nd in the NFL in rushing screams moderate success.... good to start the column with an unfounded statement. anyone who watched both of those games saw an O-line that manhandled the Bungles and the Browns. Moderate success is a gross understatement. As usual, this is just another example of the sun sports "writers" being critical just to be critical even if it is unfounded. This town only needs one Mike Preston and we can barely stand him.
reggie

Baltimore, MD

#2 Sep 30, 2008
AMEN
Joe Flaccos Unibrow

Bronx, NY

#3 Sep 30, 2008
There there, boys, no need to get upset. The Steelers just shoved it down our defense's throat when it mattered most -- we can deny reality, like Ray Lewis usually does, but facts are facts. Steelers just plain own us and the division.
Mike B

Waynesboro, PA

#4 Sep 30, 2008
Too many times the Ravens secondary lets guys get wide open for big yardage in crucial situations, they did it again last night in a big game that the Ravens could have and should have won , it is too bad when a team plays it's heart out only to have mental lapses snatch victory right out of their hands.
Mike B

Waynesboro, PA

#5 Sep 30, 2008
And when are the Ravens going to stop arm tackling in the secondary and when is Bart Scott going to cover a guy adequatley on short yardage situations for first downs when we desperatley need to stop the opposition? Every time the Steelers needed a short first down they lined up a back on Scott for a short 3 or 4 yard quick out and scott wasn't even close to the guy.
Paul bleeds Purple

Columbia, MD

#6 Sep 30, 2008
It took them a comeback,OT,to beat a rookie QB at home.And the whole nation heard their fair-weather fans booing their team.P.S.- I don't any steeler rookies will run their mouth before our next meeting.
Rob

Las Vegas, NV

#7 Sep 30, 2008
Yes for those of you who didnt have time to watch the game or see the highlights played 400 times on ESPN and NFL Network all last night ....but somehow have time to look at this thread.... I just thought I'd let you know what uniforms the teams were wearing.....thank you Edward.... I didnt know this was a forum for the blind.,,,,keep it cutting edge buddy.
Raven fan in Sarasota

New Port Richey, FL

#9 Oct 1, 2008
the offensive line needs some stability. each week there is a new lineup or talk about one. is adam terry the chosen one. he was moved to left tackle monday night and the defense was too fast for him. whats wrong with jared gaithers? he shows much more ability.

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