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Scorp
11-15-2010, 12:00 AM
How the hell could they leave their man open to make plays? I'm disgusted. Faggot Brady and Patriots handed the Steelers *** to them. I don't know what to say. :evilshake:

DanRooney
11-15-2010, 12:02 AM
I wonder if William Gay was still covering Gronkowski after he got burned for the 3rd TD. Brady owns LeBeau.

steelersbabex25
11-15-2010, 12:05 AM
It was a complete beatdown. In every aspect of the game besides special teams (if you exclude Jeff Reed, that is.) Offense couldn't get anything going, defense was giving up passes left and right (literally) and their coaching staff owned our coaching staff. They were just all around better. Nobody on our side made an adjustment. Ever. At all. That's not how you win games in the NFL.

Scorp
11-15-2010, 12:05 AM
Steelers couldn't do anything. Ben sucked and Reed missed a chip shot and Brady was dominant.

HUNT4SEVEN
11-15-2010, 12:18 AM
Our schemes SUCK,BA is the worst OC ever,Tomlin needs the SH&! slapped out of him and Lebeau needs to retire already:cursin:

SteelerEyeZ
11-15-2010, 12:30 AM
Get GAY the FU-K outta of Pittsburgh and throw the drunk REED out. Seriously this was ****ing pathetic I, they didn't even deserve to score those points at the end bc the score shows NOTHING of how bad we got schooled.

ATTENTION ROONEY !!! STEP THE FU-K IN AND GET PEOPLE OUT

Prosdo
11-15-2010, 12:35 AM
I don't know if I would call it a beat down. It was just an absolutely pathetic collapse. The defense had no answer and the offense was just spinning their wheels. So many dropped balls and missed opportunities.

Moondog
11-15-2010, 02:18 AM
It was a complete beatdown. In every aspect of the game besides special teams (if you exclude Jeff Reed, that is.) Offense couldn't get anything going, defense was giving up passes left and right (literally) and their coaching staff owned our coaching staff. They were just all around better. Nobody on our side made an adjustment. Ever. At all. That's not how you win games in the NFL.


Why don't they try to make adjustments?!! It just baffles me. It's some real weak sauce the way the Steelers performed. There was no fire...nothing. I noticed Bill Belichik coaching up his players, what's Mike do? He stands there with his eyeballs bugging out not saying a word....a real deer in the headlight look. :eek1: It's a sad situation. :imho:

DanRooney
11-15-2010, 03:02 AM
Steelers vs Patriots post-game quick hitters
By Dagger, on November 15th, 2010

*Back off the ledge. This was a game that I chalked up as a L when the schedule came out months before the season started. I expected us to lose this game (we always lose to the Patriots) so this wasn’t a surprise. Frustrating, yes….Surprising, no.

*The Steelers defense has had about 10 years to figure out how to combat this Patriots passing attack. The Pats throw the ball about 50% of the time against most opponents. Against the Steelers they throw the ball about 75% of the time. They completely change their gameplan when they face us. Why can’t we do the same? Run a 4-3 defense when Brady and the Patriots come to town. Change it up, do something, ANYTHING different than what you are currently doing. Teams that go to a quick-passing attack just shred this defense. Brees did it a few weeks back, Brady did it tonight. Manning does it from time to time. We just have zero response, no answer for that type of offensive scheme.

*”We’ll get ‘em next time”? “I hope we see them again”?….if one of these phrases passes your lips you haven’t been watching football very long. We’ve had 9 or 10 years to learn how to beat Brady and this Pats offense. We haven’t made one ounce of progress against that scheme in a decade. You think LeBeau is going to come up with something between now and January/February when he hasn’t been able to do it in the past 10 years? No. This team can go on a deep playoff run, but we just better hope we don’t see New England again.

*We seem to have fallen in love with this 3 or 4 man rush with soft coverage behind it. I’d rather get killed while blitzing than get beat allowing 7 yards per catch via short/intermediate passes that the QB of your local high school team could complete. Brady made some fantastic throws but how many wide open WR/TEs were out there tonight?

*Tonight you saw our lack of WR depth get exposed. Randle El should not be your team’s #2 WR if/when Ward gets hurt. He serves no purpose and provides no playmaking ability. When fully healthy I want Ward, Wallace, Sanders, and Brown on the field. Explosiveness and playmaking ability.

*Big Ben has been awful at times since returning from his suspension. He needs to be better.

*If 80% of our called pass plays result in a Big Ben scramble then what does that say about our offense? Does it really matter what routes the WRs run? Does it really matter what pass play Arians calls from the sideline? Every play results in a QB scramble with an improvised throw. There comes a time when you need to take a 3 step drop and the ball needs to be delivered the second your back foot hits the ground. How can you expect to beat a blitz or pick up short yardage 3rd downs on a consistent basis when you can’t complete any quick-rhythm passing plays?

*Improvisation is awesome but it’s not a sound offensive scheme or strategy. You don’t watch film of the New England Patriots during the week and say “yeah, we’ll scramble Big Ben around on every pass and we’ll toss it up and hope to catch a long pass.” You have to pick on specific DBs…you have to find holes in zones…you have to run pick plays…you have to create favorable matchups. Improv scrambles out of the pocket need to be your last resort…they can’t be your primary go-to offensive play.

*How many more misses until the Steelers bring in a kicker during the week to “scare” Reed into worrying about his job security?

*If Willie Gay can’t cover a backup TE then I’m not sure he should be on the field. If the team doesn’t have any other options on the roster to sub in for Gay, then I’m afraid they swung and missed on a handful of DB draft picks over the past few years.

*Big Ben had completed only 9 passes before things got out of hand and New England went “prevent defense” on us.

*Kicking an onside kick with 7 minutes left in the game = we have no chance in the world of stopping your offense.

*Brady goes an entire game at Heinz Field without taking 1 legit big hit. That can’t happen.

*From the opening kickoff it looked like the Patriots wanted this game more than we did.

*At times it looked like a 7-on-7 WRs vs DBs drill out there tonight. Brady had the red no-contact jersey on and New England was working on their passing game.

*I give the Patriots props (and always have) for thinking outside the box and approaching each game and each opponent as a unique challenge. Screw balance or tradition, if the matchup dictates that you throw the ball 50+ times every time you see the Steelers defense, you throw that ball 50 times. I respect that. Thank God more teams don’t have the guts and the QB that the Patriots do. Every time a team comes out and passes on us, they give themselves a better chance at winning the game. Teams that try to stay balanced against us are just playing right into our hands. If I’m an offensive coordinator I go 5 WRs all game long and take Woodley/Harrison and the Steelers pass rush right out of the game. My WRs/TEs/RBs will eat Harrison, Woodley, Gay, Farrior, Foote, McFadden for breakfast in coverage.

*The good news: Only 2 or 3 teams in the entire league can do what New England just did to us tonight. Patriots, Saints, Colts. Most teams don’t have the Coach or QB to pull it off.

*The Steelers pass D and 4th quarter D look an awful lot like they did last year….which is not good, not good at all.

*I think the Steelers are a good squad but it’s concerning that they are 1-3 against “good teams”. An OT win against Atlanta and losses against the Saints, Ravens, and Patriots.

*The Steelers schedule from here on out isn’t all that difficult. Going 6-1 or 5-2 is an achievable goal. We have ourselves a playoff team here and once you get into the postseason anything can happen. Keep your heads up this week.

coldrolled
11-15-2010, 06:50 AM
Get GAY the FU-K outta of Pittsburgh and throw the drunk REED out. Seriously this was ****ing pathetic I, they didn't even deserve to score those points at the end bc the score shows NOTHING of how bad we got schooled.

ATTENTION ROONEY !!! STEP THE FU-K IN AND GET PEOPLE OUT

Gay?? Randel L dropped one in the end zone, let another pop of his chest for a pick six...

This team benches Sweed and L keeps playing? Where are the crossing routes, slants...

Are we trading Moore? Looks like we are show casing him up for a trade.

steelersbabex25
11-15-2010, 06:53 AM
Gay?? Randel L dropped one in the end zone, let another pop of his chest for a pick six...

This team benches Sweed and L keeps playing? Where are the crossing routes, slants...

Are we trading Moore? Looks like we are show casing him up for a trade.

What you're forgetting here is ARE is a veteran. Why would the Steelers ever dream of sitting a vet? Answer: they won't.

LarryNJ
11-15-2010, 07:09 AM
*From the opening kickoff it looked like the Patriots wanted this game more than we did.

It's as simple as that.

Clevelandsux
11-15-2010, 08:55 AM
The Pats were getting 8 yards every play. The Steelers give up the short stuff too much.

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They couldn't touch "the golden bitch" Brady. When I see his greasy face on tv I just wished we would have just pounded his face in the ground.

Why can't we figure this guy out? The Colts did. Took them a few years, but finally they did.

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And to add insult to injury, we had to listen to Cris Collinsworth gargle on Tom Brady's **** all night. He's worse than Madden was with Favre.