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View Poll Results: If Lebeau is to retire who would you most prefer to replace him?

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  • Keith Butler

    18 72.00%
  • Rex Ryan

    3 12.00%
  • Raheem Morris

    2 8.00%
  • Other (name them)

    2 8.00%
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    As for the poll, I voted other. And I bring up an interesting name in this:

    Monte Kiffen

    I feel like we have the solid makings of a D than can turn to a 4-3 tampa 2 cover. I also thing Timmons can be beastly at MLB in the Tampa 2 covering the middle of the field.
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    Speculation is that the Giants could cut Justin Tuck...I'd like to see us pick him up if that is the case

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    Quote Originally Posted by SenecaValley46 View Post
    What Tomlin thinks should not matter. Im a little tired of him. We need to do whats best for the team, not Tomlins interests.
    Sorry, didn't see your response until now. Anyways, like it or not, Tomlin is going to have a say in who we hire. Given that he heads the team, I think he knows what the team needs.
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    No thanks. I've been stuck with Monti Kiffin with my SC Trojans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDM View Post
    Sorry, didn't see your response until now. Anyways, like it or not, Tomlin is going to have a say in who we hire. Given that he heads the team, I think he knows what the team needs.
    and i thought we should punt the ball rather then attempt the longest field goal in the history of Heinz Field with our season on the line after just witnessing our opponents basically hand us the game from doing so.... not to mention when your kicker is Suisham, who is notorious around the league known to be an accuracy kicker,not power. and he chokes under pressure. Anyone who understands the game knows he was not going to make that kick. But Tomlin sends him out there, and here we are posting in an offseason thread. Or when i was praying we would just run the clock out and avoid a late game turnover to give them a chance on our side of he field... You cant move the ball 60 yards down the field when the D is in prevent in under a minute.. why try? Only bad things will happen.


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    I trust Colbert more so then Tomlin on personnel decisions

    Tomlin liked Bruce Arians and i will never forget when he was more in favor of Jonathan Scott and Trai Essex over Max Starks till management had to intervene... that was ridiculous. To ensure a checks and balances i want Colbert making the final decisions.
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    True Steelers fans know that our offseason revolves around the draft, who we re-sign, and who we don't re-sign. I can see us re-signing Lewis and starting next year with our top 3 corners, the same as they are now. For the first time since I can remember, our O-Line may be our strongest unit next year. We have to find us a number one back that will demand carries, I have had enough of the Dwyer project. The backs we have now are back-ups and possibly situational specialist. I can see several backs being on the market this offseason. My dream two are Stewart/Angelo Williams (which ever the cut) or Ingram. I'm not sure how many years Ingram has on his rookie contract, but the Saints are waisting his talents. I wouldn't mind us drafting the Taylor kid from Stanford in the late rounds, the kid gets it done.
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    It is just plain stupid to think we are the Pittsburgh Steelers we dont sign free agents ever, who cares who's available. If theres someone whos out there who can help your team its idiotic to not look into his available.

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    the guys available who you can sign cheap.. normally your oline guys. (Baltimore signing Bryant McKinnie for a 1 year league min he becomes a starter and a beast)

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    also id hate to see Wallace slip away and us get no compensation.. we should try to sign him to a 1 year deal then trade him to the Colts for a 2nd round pick rather then see him walk out the door for nothing.

    Could probably get Tj McDonald with that pick and would be really helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by SenecaValley46 View Post
    and i thought we should punt the ball rather then attempt the longest field goal in the history of Heinz Field with our season on the line after just witnessing our opponents basically hand us the game from doing so.... not to mention when your kicker is Suisham, who is notorious around the league known to be an accuracy kicker,not power. and he chokes under pressure. Anyone who understands the game knows he was not going to make that kick. But Tomlin sends him out there, and here we are posting in an offseason thread. Or when i was praying we would just run the clock out and avoid a late game turnover to give them a chance on our side of he field... You cant move the ball 60 yards down the field when the D is in prevent in under a minute.. why try? Only bad things will happen.


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    I trust Colbert more so then Tomlin on personnel decisions

    Tomlin liked Bruce Arians and i will never forget when he was more in favor of Jonathan Scott and Trai Essex over Max Starks till management had to intervene... that was ridiculous. To ensure a checks and balances i want Colbert making the final decisions.
    So your argument is that Tomlin has made bad decisions in the past (decisions in which you apparently were correctly, I'll take your word for it) so Tomlin is clearly not suited to make any decisions? That's absurd. Beyond absurd, actually. As ring so eloquently stated earlier, Tomlin has done great things here (SHOCKER!!!!!) I won't repeat what ring said, but it's suffice to say that Tomlin has earned his place among the very best head coaches in the NFL. Sure ownership may express a desire to move a certain direction (as they did last offseason with the firing of Arians.) However, if we're going to be any attention to history, our ownership likes to keep hands-off from the day-to-day operations of this team. Who does that leave to make decisions? Those who are employed to make the decisions, Colbert, Tomlin, and company. Whether you like Tomlin or not is completely irrelevant. What you think Tomlin should have done during the season is completely irrelevant. He's the head coach. No matter what team you follow, the head coach will have a say it what happens. He will work in conjunction with Colbert and others in management to make decision. However to say that because Tomlin has views different from us on a form, and thus should not be trusted to make decisions is absolutely 100% ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDM View Post
    So your argument is that Tomlin has made bad decisions in the past (decisions in which you apparently were correctly, I'll take your word for it) so Tomlin is clearly not suited to make any decisions? That's absurd. Beyond absurd, actually. As ring so eloquently stated earlier, Tomlin has done great things here (SHOCKER!!!!!) I won't repeat what ring said, but it's suffice to say that Tomlin has earned his place among the very best head coaches in the NFL. Sure ownership may express a desire to move a certain direction (as they did last offseason with the firing of Arians.) However, if we're going to be any attention to history, our ownership likes to keep hands-off from the day-to-day operations of this team. Who does that leave to make decisions? Those who are employed to make the decisions, Colbert, Tomlin, and company. Whether you like Tomlin or not is completely irrelevant. What you think Tomlin should have done during the season is completely irrelevant. He's the head coach. No matter what team you follow, the head coach will have a say it what happens. He will work in conjunction with Colbert and others in management to make decision. However to say that because Tomlin has views different from us on a form, and thus should not be trusted to make decisions is absolutely 100% ridiculous.
    I do like Tomlin. I want him as our head coach but i think he is also stubborn, and a hot head at times who doesnt think rationally in the heat of the moment.

    I think to ensure the team goes in the right direction we let Colbert have the final say in operations.

    Tomlin has made tons of blatantly awful decisions but for the most part hes the most likeable coach in the league amongst the players which is why i like him as our coach. He deserves a majority of the blame for what happened this season. The Bengals game was absolutely ridiculous. He couldnt have been worse hence why we are posting in the offseason thread as i previously stated. This post should not be happening, this team should be getting ready for a cake walk game vs Cleveland and thinking about the playoffs.

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    Some 2013 opponents.... Damn.... Going to be tough

    Home: Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit and Tennessee.

    Away: New England, N.Y. Jets, Green Bay, Oakland and Minnesota (in London on Sept. 29).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polamalu43322 View Post
    Some 2013 opponents.... Damn.... Going to be tough

    Home: Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit and Tennessee.

    Away: New England, N.Y. Jets, Green Bay, Oakland and Minnesota (in London on Sept. 29).
    home schedule couldnt be easier.. away we have 2 hard ones and we will also probably lose in oakland.

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    Beanie Wells is not the anser at RB. At OSU he was always dinged and couldn't/wouldn't gut it out.

    Unless Tomlin is a Miracle Man with him, the way Cowher and Co. turned Bettis around...........

    Anyone want Russ Grimm and Ken Whisenhunt back if they get canned in AZ?
    Let's go Steelers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManofSteel(ers) View Post
    Beanie Wells is not the anser at RB. At OSU he was always dinged and couldn't/wouldn't gut it out.

    Unless Tomlin is a Miracle Man with him, the way Cowher and Co. turned Bettis around...........

    Anyone want Russ Grimm and Ken Whisenhunt back if they get canned in AZ?
    I'd take all 3.



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    I want wis back as OC






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