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    2nd String Moondog's Avatar
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    There offensive line has played better the past two games, A.Smith and Troy P. should be back for the playoffs and this is bad news for future opponents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelchamp204 View Post
    Im not worried about any other team except for the pats, thats all
    As it should be. The more I see Brady and company, I think if the Steelers run their offense with an emphasis on passing (really) with some timely running, and on defense, take away the Rookie TE's, I think the Steelers have a shot to beat NE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coach View Post
    When your O and D lines are depleted it really shows up, especially later rounds of playoffs.
    I'm not sure this OL can protect well enough even when fully healthy. This has been a weakness for years. I'm truely amazed that they didn't address it long before now and we're still lamenting how bad the OL is for the 4th or 5th straight year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanRooney View Post
    The good news for future opponents is good coaches like Rex Ryan call time outs when Ben is marching down the field in no huddle, enabling Bruce Arians to get a playcall in to lose the game.
    I burst out laughing out loud reading this complete TRUTH!!!!

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