I can just see Jerome saying, I TOLD YOU SO to all of us Steelers fans. I TOLD YOU SO!!!! Jerome knows what he is talking about. Damn I miss him.
i hope cowher is fired this week, he is so overrated, **** you cowher nut huggers that are gonna run in here, you ain't a fan, blah blah blah, just know that i hate y'all that are gonna say that, and expect a big **** YOU, when you do say that
Whisenhunt better get the job or Grimm. I am tired of this BS. Cowher, I think lost his pride, lost his fire, lost his passion anymore. It is so pitiful to watch this season unfold. We are going to be the joke of the NFL this year if they don't get their heads in gear.
damn i got over this loss fast, i guess that really means the spurs are playing lol, spurs won the two preseason games :woot: and now that we lost 3 in a row, i get to cut my hair :woot:
PLEASE tell me I didn't actually just read the line "Troy is overrated"...
ju read clearly....and i agree.....what has he ever really done, if ed reed doesn't get hurt he isn't really in the pro bowl... i'd take ed reed and roy williams over him any day, all troy does is run around and let his gay hair fly everywhere....
I'd take a one-armed Troy over both of them any day...and that's pure comedy gold: "What has he really ever done?".
Do you actually WATCH football, or just complain a lot about it? Troy Polumalu is redefining the position of strong safety in the NFL, and you can't see that? Hell, why not let the opposition describe it for you?
The Playmakers: Troy Polamalu
By JON PAUL MOROSI
Your eyes come for the hair, and hang around for the hit.
Something about those out-of-control locks makes Troy Polamalu seem, well, out of control.
"It doesn't give me an identity," he insisted at Super Bowl Media Day. "I think it gives the media an identity for me.
"I just let it grow. I left it grow throughout college. I think it's become part of me, a fifth appendage."
Fast and physical, the Steelers' Samoan safety has become one of the NFL's most recognizable players -- and perhaps one of its best, too.
From his varied positions in Pittsburgh's 3-4 defense -- he's been known to creep into the box with good regularity -- he finished with 100 tackles in the regular season, including 84 solo.
He will appear in his second consecutive Pro Bowl later this month. And, of course, there was his midseason appearance on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Even as a defensive player, in one of the league's middle markets, he has become a national celebrity.
His perspective -- some Zen, some Christianity -- may have helped with his appeal.
"They're definitely not a one-dimensional team, which isn't very hard to see," Polamalu said. "They have a strong offensive line, a very fast defense. It's going to be a tough matchup for us."
An economy-sized Junior Seau. ... Exceptionally instinctive, active and physical. ... Shows up everywhere -- in the box, in deep coverage, on run and pass blitzes. ... Disrupts blocking schemes, plays hunches. ... Almost appears to be playing his own defense at times. ... Demands special attention from offensive coordinators. ... Can turn his aggressiveness against him at times.