View Poll Results: 3rd best QB in Steelers history

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  • Neil O'donnell

    12 54.55%
  • Kordell Stewart

    3 13.64%
  • Jim Miller

    0 0%
  • Kent Graham

    0 0%
  • Bobby Layne

    5 22.73%
  • Bill Dudley

    0 0%
  • Bubby Brister

    0 0%
  • Tommy Maddox

    3 13.64%
  • Charlie Batch

    3 13.64%
  • Other - Specify in your post

    1 4.55%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachintosh66 View Post
    if anyone votes kent graham im punching them in the face!
    What about Cliff Stoudt??
    The Tradition Continues!!!

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    Just on stats alone you have to take Neil O'Donnell, then Slash, Bobby Layne and Tommy Maddox!

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    does steve bono get any consideration of making this list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelersfan View Post
    Defense didn't lead to all 4 rings. Might want to check again. O lead to the last two of that era.
    This is very true.

    In 1978 the "Blount rule" was put into effect and Bradshaw shined, winning league MVP in a career year. In his next 6 playoff games, all wins leading to two rings and two SB MVPs in 1978-79, Bradshaw had ratings of 95.8, 89.7, 119.2, 111.0, 90.8 and 101.9. He threw 2 TDs in each of his last 7 playoff games, even having 4 TD passes in Super Bowl XIII against Dallas. The Steelers scored at least 27 points in all 7 of those games (5 games with 31+), putting their offense on the same elite level as the Steel Curtain defense
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    I still remember that huge game by Tommy Maddox against Cleveland in the snow. He was on that day! He was really the only gun slinger type of QB that the Steelers had Roethlisberger came along. He (Maddox) was just so inconsistent though and couldn't exactly stay healthy either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzburghRockCity View Post
    I still remember that huge game by Tommy Maddox against Cleveland in the snow. He was on that day! He was really the only gun slinger type of QB that the Steelers had Roethlisberger came along. He (Maddox) was just so inconsistent though and couldn't exactly stay healthy either.
    I was pretty excited as well when Tommy-gun came along. Man, what a ride, albeit short. He had another great shoot-out against the Falcons that ended in a tie, I think.

    I will always be grateful to Tommy-gun for hastening Kordell's departure and ushering in the Ben years. Ever wonder what would have happened had he not gotten hurt in the second game of Ben's rookie year against the Rats? Would Ben have played at all that season?

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    one thing you can say about tommy maddox: he was the greatest player in XFL history!!!
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