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    I could care less about the Ravens winning. I don't worry about the Ravens.

    The STEELERS are at a crossroads, and IMO it's because of a meddling owner who thinks he's an expert on football.

    He needs to step back, STFU, and allow the people he's PAYING to make football decisions, make them.

    If Art II wants to continue his Jerry Jones routine? We are in deep ****.

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    Boldin and Smith actually attack the football and go up and make the catch for their QB.....Flacco trusts his WR's and it shows when he makes those throws into coverage and putting the ball where only his WR can catch the ball......

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    I'm not concerned about Brown. IMO if Brown played for Baltimore he'd do what Smith and Boldin do. He doesn't drop passes. He fumbles.

    Sanders as the #2 next to Brown is a concern. Feet issues, and the fact that he tends to make mistakes at crucial times.

    I would honestly give Cotch the nod as the #2 if he's allowed to compete for that job.

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    brown drops quite a few passes...but its reassuring that you arent concerned with him lol

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    His problem is fumbles. He doesn't drop many.

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    also, referring to the original post....remember boldin being a non factor against the steelers in the superbowl 2008? but now you crown him most clutch of the clutchiness lol

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    Cotchery isn't a #1 receiver, but neither is anyone else on the current Steelers team. Boldin and Smith make Flacco look very good when he's a little better than average at best. Wallace and Brown do nothing more for Roethlisberger than most other #2 and #3 receivers in the league could do for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCsteelersfan View Post
    Cotchery isn't a #1 receiver, but neither is anyone else on the current Steelers team. Boldin and Smith make Flacco look very good when he's a little better than average at best. Wallace and Brown do nothing more for Roethlisberger than most other #2 and #3 receivers in the league could do for him.
    Gotta agree.... When we needed a big catch Wallace our "#1" WR didn't deliver... When we needed a bad pass from Ben batted down or a defensive play Wallace didn't do that either...

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    which is why trading holmes for a 5th round pick was a ridiculous move

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    which is why trading holmes for a 5th round pick was a ridiculous move
    Yea but we got McFadden back.... lol

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