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    I am glad that he spoke up. The D had a poor game the other night and they should be really upset with how they played and not brushing it off merely because it is preseason. I hope they pull their heads out of the sand and play with some intensity on Saturday night.
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    At least this week we'll have a pretty good test to see if the run defense decided to get its **** together. Marshawn Lynch is good, but Adrian Peterson is even better.
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    Harrison speaks the truth. He is taking charge and being a leader on this defense.

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    Harrison is showing leadership. Much like Greg Lloyd and Jack Lambert used to.I hope he gets in those guys faces.
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    ya i think he will also start to step up more and more as the leader of the d

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    I don't know if Harrison speaking out is a good thing or not??
    It's great for someone to step forward and take a leadership role but on the other hand where's Tomlin/Lebeau and the coaching staff at??

    Then again the Steelers are only going into their 3rd pre-season game so maybe we're making mountains out of molehills....I hope so!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ambridge View Post
    I don't know if Harrison speaking out is a good thing or not??
    It's great for someone to step forward and take a leadership role but on the other hand where's Tomlin/Lebeau and the coaching staff at??

    Then again the Steelers are only going into their 3rd pre-season game so maybe we're making mountains out of molehills....I hope so!!

    I think it's a good thing. I love hearing when players hold "Players Only" meetings after a string of bad play to let each other vent.
    I remember reading about Brister, in a players ony meeting, yelling at his teamates and throwing chairs. It fired the team up and we upset the Oilers in the wildcard and almost beat the Bronco's in their house in the playoffs.
    Alot of times when coaches speak it gets repititious and the players tend to blow it off and not take serious.IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerSal View Post
    I think it's a good thing. I love hearing when players hold "Players Only" meetings after a string of bad play to let each other vent.
    I remember reading about Brister, in a players ony meeting, yelling at his teamates and throwing chairs. It fired the team up and we upset the Oilers in the wildcard and almost beat the Bronco's in their house in the playoffs.
    Alot of times when coaches speak it gets repititious and the players tend to blow it off and not take serious.IMO
    Also, you don't necessarily have to be vocal to be a good leader. We've become so used to Bill Cowher being loud and abrasive that we've forgotten about silent leadership.
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