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View Poll Results: Steelers 80th Anniversary Team: Defensive Tackle (pick 2)

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  • Ernie Stautner

    5 50.00%
  • Joe Greene

    10 100.00%
  • Ernie Holmes

    0 0%
  • John Banaszak

    0 0%
  • Joel Steed

    1 10.00%
  • Casey Hampton

    1 10.00%
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    Pittsburgh Steelers 80th Anniversary Team: Defensive Tackle

    QB: Big Ben
    RB: Franco and The Bus
    WR: John Stallworth and Hines Ward
    TE: Heath Miller
    C: Mike Webster
    OG: Alan Fanaca and Bruce Van ****
    OT: Jon Kolb and Larry Brown

    Pick 2 Defensive Tackles

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    Obviously had to pick Mean Joe, the second pick was really tough between Stautner and Holmes, but I had to go with the Hall of Famer

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    Greene and Stautner for me.
    TAKE PRIDE

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    Voted Greene and Hampton. I know Stautner's the only retired number and all that, but I had to go Hampton partially because I'm young, but also because of how he revolutionized the nose tackle position in a 34 and provided the prototype for what 34 teams ask their NTs to do. It's too soon to recognize his impact, and I don't know if he ever will since he never really was throughout his playing career and his five Pro Bowls seems a bit low to, say, Stautner's 9 or Greene's 10, but I think he was kinda a big deal so I voted for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ring91013144043 View Post
    Voted Greene and Hampton. I know Stautner's the only retired number and all that, but I had to go Hampton partially because I'm young, but also because of how he revolutionized the nose tackle position in a 34 and provided the prototype for what 34 teams ask their NTs to do. It's too soon to recognize his impact, and I don't know if he ever will since he never really was throughout his playing career and his five Pro Bowls seems a bit low to, say, Stautner's 9 or Greene's 10, but I think he was kinda a big deal so I voted for him.
    If you're going to vote for the guy that revolutionalized the 34NT position, you should have voted for Steed. He was Hampton before Hampton. He was the guy that made the 90's Blitzburgh defense work.

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    Mean joe FTW






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    I'm surprised "Fats" Holmes hasn't gotten a single vote. I kinda feel bad for not voting for him now

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