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    Quote Originally Posted by BLITZBURGH NATION View Post
    Trying to get a rise out of us older steeler faithful
    Not gonna But TRUE STEELER FAN'S don't put down steeler players, especially one's that won 4 superbowls
    This thread was meant to compare old players with new players
    again, i'm not knocking what he did, i'm saying if he came in todays game he would not be good.......what he did for the steelers in the 70s was great, but looking at his stats, he would not be good in this era.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stillers#1 View Post
    You are waaay off on this one dude. There are TONS of QB's in the league (starters at that) who wouldn't have even been good enough to be Bradshaws back-up. With your asinine comment you are pretty much stating that the likes of Charlie Btach, Ben, Daunte Culpepper, and Eli Manning are better than Bradshaw was. The old Steel Curtain might not hold up well in todays game, but QB is not a position that has really changed much in 30-40 years.
    well look at his stats against those slow *** defenses back in the day, he only had 2 more tds then ints.....the league would be to fast for him and it would be pick city all day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koopa View Post
    well look at his stats against those slow *** defenses back in the day, he only had 2 more tds then ints.....the league would be to fast for him and it would be pick city all day
    No way dude, had he grown up playing in the 90's in HS and college, his skills would be the same or better than most QB's today.

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    i don't know, he threw way to many ints for me to think he'd be any good now, also, as i keep saying if that terry bradshaw played in todays nfl.....i'm not saying if he grew up in todays era......
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    I'd take 70's Bradshaw over Ben any day of the week.

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    did ben steal your chick or something??? you sure to hate on him a lot........
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    I think there is a difference between hatin and tellin it like it is. You talk abotu Bradshaw having the terrible TD/INT ratio, look at Bens this year.

    Not only that I just don't think Ben is that good of a QB. And yeah I met him once at Casey's drafthouse, he was kind of a dick.

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    Koop one thing about Terry Bradshaw he didn't care about stats. All that guy cared about was winning and he played his best in the big games. The 4 Super Bowls he won proves that.

    He was truely a special player and he had the confidence that he could make any throw. Thats why he threw so many INT's and the fact defensive players could actually play defense back in Bradshaw's day.

    If the rules that are in place today would have been in place when Bradshaw played then I think Terry's stats would have been alot better.

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    well, he did get his head smashed into a windshield with no helmet, right before the season he had his appendix removed, and then another concussion when he was having a career day..... i don't see how you can expect him to have good stats this year...... so i don't know what you are really telling like it is.....he did good his rookie year, he did good his sophomore year......
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    That still doens't make him better than Bradshaw......Ben is an avg QB even when he is at his best.

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