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    Execution Failures Lead to Games Like This

    When you drop balls, take lots of holding calls and dont know where youre supposed to line up all that leads to performances like this. Its on the players and its on the coaches.
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    The effort tonight was abhorent! It was like they just figured they would win without actually trying. I am disgusted by the offensive effort tonight.
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    This was a typical bye week hangover that we see almost every year from the Steelers. Credit the Chiefs for playing outstanding defense all night long but the Steeler receivers and tight ends were dropping passes left and right. That's the kind of play you expect to see in training camp, not heading into December.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelDad View Post
    When you drop balls, take lots of holding calls and dont know where youre supposed to line up all that leads to performances like this. Its on the players and its on the coaches.
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    This and that is all that needs to be said really about this game....... I agree Dad what a poor performance by the Steelers offense tonight....Moore with a fumble when the Steelers were looking to score a TD early......But Wallace's dropped TD led to that fumble.....To many holding calls tonight by the offense......Wallace had another drop on a deep pass........Brown had a drop late in the game...Ben threw a terrible INT.....I swear I really hate Mike Tomlin at time and blame him for having this team so poorly prepared to play a banged up Chiefs team.....

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    This is another one of those wins that feel like a loss, but, don't get me wrong, I'll take it.

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    This was clearly Wallace's worst game to date. He had 2 catches but dropped 2 others and really just couldn't get much separation most of the night. Couple that with Ben have almost no time to throw and it all just snowballs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moondog View Post
    This is another one of those wins that feel like a loss, but, don't get me wrong, I'll take it.
    x2.

    Anymore **** games like this and we'll be getting Higher Draft picks.

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    I say it time and time again...A team with any sort of pass rush can beat the Steelers, no matter how ****** their offense. Really, the offensive line is so atrocious. Ben does what he can but he can't do it all.

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    Ben once again saved the Steelers last night with his ability to escape and extend plays and get key first downs and of course the TD to Saunders which was just a great throw and catch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzburghRockCity View Post
    This was a typical bye week hangover that we see almost every year from the Steelers. Credit the Chiefs for playing outstanding defense all night long but the Steeler receivers and tight ends were dropping passes left and right. That's the kind of play you expect to see in training camp, not heading into December.
    I just heard on the radio that after the Steelers last three byes weeks prior to last night, we`ve won by a three TD average! So not so typical, unless they are wrong? Which could be the case!


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