I didn't quote the article for the frustration part, per se, but rather the direct quote from Tomlin whereas you or Carter seem more apt to quote CBS Steelers who whatever else created from thin air the idea that Tomlin "tersely" said yes, Wallace gave enough effort on slant interception.
Ring you should post your game thread in the ravens forum they're slackers.
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I really hope Ben can play
I hope he can play without risk of re-injury. Even of the non-fatal kind. If he's not fully recovered then I'm all for keeping him on the sideline.
Ya as long as we get that wild card spot I think we will be fine but I hate ravens sweeping us.
In Sir Charles I Trust!
Flacco @ Home, he's been really good.
Mike Wallace has to be a focal point of the gameplan. He's that damn good, and dangerous of a WR. He has the ability. We all know. It's imperative to get him going early, and often. Short to intermediate routes. Batch and Wallace hopefully will find a rapport.
OL. We all know what needs to be done.
Big Jon Dwyer. Hopefully will be back to the model of consistency he was weeks ago, when given the opportunity.
We shall see SteelerBros!
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I knew it was a big story but had never really paid attention to it until now, when I'm awake at 4:30 in the morning writing a paper due tomorrow...or later today...and have SportsCenter on too.
The Suh kick to Schaub's nuts was absolutely dirty and intentional. When human beings are falling like that and out of control, they contort their body together, bending their knees. They don't extend it out like Suh did. Another case of non-Steelers players getting the benefit of the doubt where our team would not and would be "made an example of." They can't prove that Emmanuel Sanders wasn't really injured, he got 15k. They can't prove that Suh was intentionally trying to injure another player away from the ball, something James Harrison or any other Steeler has never even been accused of, and so far nothing. I really wish we weren't the Yankees of football, then all the regular fans wouldn't hate us and would be able to see the reality of Goodell's league. I'm not saying it's only the Steelers, I just have the most examples from them since I watch them the most.
And while I disagree with the rule that prevented the Lions from challenging the long touchdown, karma's a ****. They deserved it for that Suh kick.
Suh is just immature but he's a animal
Meh. Tough for me to say that was intentional. Pretty damn skilled of him if that's what he was trying to do.
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We may as well forfeit if Beachum is starting right tackle.. someones going to get hurt really bad hes a major liability.
He was the worst lineman we had in the preseason, made tons of penalties, penalized his first play against the Browns, he was beaten very badly by 3rd-4th string talent around the league.. he miraculously made the team somehow.
and now hes going to start vs the Ravens?
Theres no circumstance that he should ever see the field especially at right tackle with people coming off the edge
You HAVE to go with. Starks- Foster- Pouncey- DeCastro- Colon to have a fighting chance this game..
but im really scared about DeCastros knee. one more major tear and he will never be the same, it seems so quickly too
Is decastro playing