You're a fantasy football playing, ESPN d$&k slobbish, Roethlisberger hating fool. I ignore your posts. Stop commenting on mine. I can't $hit in your mouth for obvious reasons, so there's no reason to address me on this forum.
Brady also benefits from a strong offensive line and a great offensive scheme, which is evident from Castle's performance when he took over.
This doesn't mean that Manning and Brady aren't great, but it does mean that offensive linemen are unsung heroes and nameless villains who make a massive difference. Almost everyone on offense will get credit or receive blame for an offense's performance before offensive linemen.
Anyone who pays attention to offensive linemen and don't just stare at the QB's *** know that the Steelers offensive line is a joke. That's not to say that Roethlisberger can't be better and do things to supplement the poor play of his offensive line, but that also doesn't mean that the Steelers' offensive line isn't a disaster.
Last edited by NYCsteelersfan; 01-31-2013 at 03:53 PM.
Ben clearly made some bad throws and he doesn't get a pass for that (no pun intended). Would really like to see Ben have the time to execute the play by sitting in the pocket rather than extending the play by running for his life. Yes, a running game is important; look at Elway. Arguably one of the best QB's to ever play the game, Elway did nothing before Terell Davis arrived - or at least he was not able to win a SB without a good running game.
Extend Ben - he's more than earned it in my book.
Pittsburgh ranked 15th in the NFL in Pass Protection this year based on Adj Sack Rate
PFF ranked Pitt Pass Protection 10th (I have a high regard for PFF, maybe others don't)
It's good to be back!
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