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K-Cash

Hudson, OH

#1 Sep 8, 2008
The Steelers are ready to take the A.F.C North once again,watch out brownies!
Bernie Kosar

Jamestown, NY

#2 Sep 8, 2008
15 more - don't count your chickens before they hatch GO BROWNS !

“Obama lied and freedom died!”

Since: Sep 07

Warren, Ohio

#3 Sep 8, 2008
K-Cash wrote:
The Steelers are ready to take the A.F.C North once again,watch out brownies!
Yea, don't go counting you chickens man. They start running around getting you all confused and the next thing you know you've lost count. HAHAHA

GO STEELERS!

jinx
Rex J Steelman

Slippery Rock, PA

#4 Sep 9, 2008
I've been a pretty vocal critic of Willie Parker as a starting RB (I've always argued for using him as a 3rd-down/change-of-pace back), but after four preseason games and one real game this year, I BELIEVE!! I think he finally really looks like a complete back, like he's equally comfortable getting the tough yards inside or swinging out to the sidelines. That being said, he STILL is really going to be depending on Mendenhall to take some of the load off, so he can remain at this level for a whole season. The way the line is blocking for him, though, the sky's the limit. Marvel seems truly at the top of his game, and I think the entire sports media world might owe Kemoeatu an apology.

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

#5 Sep 9, 2008
Rex J Steelman wrote:
I've been a pretty vocal critic of Willie Parker as a starting RB (I've always argued for using him as a 3rd-down/change-of-pace back), but after four preseason games and one real game this year, I BELIEVE!! I think he finally really looks like a complete back, like he's equally comfortable getting the tough yards inside or swinging out to the sidelines. That being said, he STILL is really going to be depending on Mendenhall to take some of the load off, so he can remain at this level for a whole season. The way the line is blocking for him, though, the sky's the limit. Marvel seems truly at the top of his game, and I think the entire sports media world might owe Kemoeatu an apology.
Last night I was watching pittsburgh sports and tunch was talking about Kimo saying he might be another larry allen. He said most big guys are just real good shovers and pushers but Kimo explodes into people and really tags them. I swear by mid season it will Faneca-who(?). Kimo pulled on one running play and was pulverizing defenders 5 yards past the line of scrimmage with FWP riding his hip the whole way.
K-Cash

Hudson, OH

#6 Sep 9, 2008
This years Steeler team kind of riminds me of the 2005 Steelers...They are ready for the leagues "toughest schedule!" And now it doesnt seem as tough with tom brady out..but its true we fans cant count our chickens yet its early,but Pittsburgh has a tough team!

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