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    Quote Originally Posted by Black@Gold Forever32 View Post
    Remember early on in that game the Steelers DB's jammed Marvin Harrison alot and that threw the timing off between him and Peyton. Yes I know Peyton still threw for 290 yards. But when your lossing 21-3 as the Colts were at one point in that game you're going throw the ball to catch up. Most of Peyton's yards game with about 3 minutes left in the 3rd quarter and the 4th quarter. What I'm saying the Steelers stopped jamming and didn't blitz as much until late in that game when the Colts creeped back in it.

    If the Steelers defense wouldn't have called off the dogs I doubt that game would have been as close.
    I personally thought our blitz did more than our DB's to throw Peyton off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stillers#1 View Post
    I personally thought our blitz did more than our DB's to throw Peyton off.
    If you have the Super Bowl XL DVD or if you have the Colts play-off game. Watch and you will see where Tyrone Carter and Troy at times jammed Marvin Harrison early on in that game. Thats why some of Peytons passes were way off the mark early on in that game.

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    It was a combination of our pass rush getting there unlike in the first meeting that season, and our DB's play bump and run alot more.

    I liked Perry, our entire defense played like crap most of the time, but they were great as were our DB's in 2005 when we went all the way. I think Perry is a victim of the overall poor performance of 2006 which isn't indicitive of his abilities to coach overall. He maybe got the 411 that he wouldnt be retained so he just resigned but that just my opinion.

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