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    When will Steelers safety's learn to keep their mouth shut?

    I'm sure most of you remember the comments Anthony Smith said about Brady and the Pat's back in 2007. Well the comments by Ryan Clark weren't guaranteeing victory he should have just used his inside voice instead of being himself. Now none of what he said I don't disagree with but what he said is getting a lot of attention. And I'm sure somewhere the Patriots are listening.

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    Ryan Clark is an idiot. I saw this this AM and thought good job *******!

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    Eh, if Cindy Brady and the Pats need that to get up for a game against us, they already lost. If they beat us, it will not be because they are angry at Clark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TarlsQtr View Post
    Eh, if Cindy Brady and the Pats need that to get up for a game against us, they already lost. If they beat us, it will not be because they are angry at Clark.
    Not that I think that Brady needs any motivation to get up for a game, but does Clark really need to say crap like that on the air. The Steelers don't exactly have a good track record when talking smack on TV lately. I.E. Woodley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Number99 View Post
    Not that I think that Brady needs any motivation to get up for a game, but does Clark really need to say crap like that on the air. The Steelers don't exactly have a good track record when talking smack on TV lately. I.E. Woodley.
    I get what you are saying, I am just not sure if it means much one way or the other. I suspect that if you compiled the record for all teams with a player that talked smack/guaranteed victory, it would be very close to 50 percent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TarlsQtr View Post
    Eh, if Cindy Brady and the Pats need that to get up for a game against us, they already lost. If they beat us, it will not be because they are angry at Clark.
    Brady/Belichick use every opportunity to get fired up, and I guarantee you, they will remember these words.
    Let's not forget they admitted to using Smith's words for motivation when they creamed us the game after that moron ran his mouth.

    “When Tom Brady gets pressure and when you’re man-to-man and bumping those guys and making it hard for him to throw, he sees ghosts,” Clark said. “Even when guys aren’t around him, even when he’s not about to be sacked, when his clock goes off in his head that the ball should be out, we’ll see him duck, we’ll see him flinch. When you get Tom Brady doing that, the whole New England Patriots mystique goes away.”

    Clark referenced a 2011 game when the Steelers beat the Patriots and held Brady to 198 passing yards.

    “Two years ago we played them and dominated them because we went man-to-man and had a big corner in Cortez Allen on [Rob] Gronkowski, and made it hard for Tom Brady to get the ball off, in timing, and made him to have to make plays. It was hard for him.”

    Those comments may motivate Brady to make life hard for Clark when the teams meet on November 3.
    That game is a long way off, but I am already chalking it up for an "L."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice cream glove View Post
    Brady/Belichick use every opportunity to get fired up, and I guarantee you, they will remember these words.
    Let's not forget they admitted to using Smith's words for motivation when they creamed us the game after that moron ran his mouth.
    Sure, it was Smith's words and not pi$$ poor play that cost us that game...

    That game is a long way off, but I am already chalking it up for an "L."
    And do us all a favor and root for the Pats. I hear they have a message board where you can spew your inane word vomit.

    Greg Lloyd and a host of Cowher's Steelers used to trash talk. Was Cowher a POS buffoon too?

    That loosey goosey Chuck Noll, the actual HEAD COACH called the Raiders (the biggest threat to us reaching the Super Bowl every year) "criminals." How did that turn out? We lost to them every season for a decade after that, right?
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    Sure, it was Smith's words and not pi$$ poor play that cost us that game...
    Try "both," simpleton.

    And do us all a favor and root for the Pats. I hear they have a message board where you can spew your inane word vomit.
    Try again, this time in English.

    Greg Lloyd and a host of Cowher's Steelers used to trash talk. Was Cowher a POS buffoon too?
    That was a different kind of talk. Did Lloyd ever call out the best QB in the NFL, bragging about how easy he is to make scared and freak out? I never heard anything like that from Lloyd. He gave the best players respect, like Brent Favre.

    That loosey goosey Chuck Noll, the actual HEAD COACH called the Raiders (the biggest threat to us reaching the Super Bowl every year) "criminals." How did that turn out? We lost to them every season for a decade after that, right?
    Why do you keep bringing up examples that are not applicable? Maybe you just don't know any better. You do seem to think on a one-plane, one-dimensional basis. I can't be mad at someone who literally just can't grasp these concepts. It's not your fault. The level of animosity between the Raiders and Steelers could not be increased, so it mattered little that Noll called them a "criminal element." Those games were going to be pure wars regardless. Noll was just calling it like it was. Clark created an increased focus from the flat out cold stone killer of the NFL. Go ahead and make Brady ticked off and see where that gets you: a big, fat "L."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice cream glove View Post
    Try "both," simpleton.
    Funny, but you never mentioned anything about the Pats just being a better team those years before. How many TD's did Smith's words score for Cindy Brady?


    Try again, this time in English.
    There was nothing wrong with my English. Perhaps you need some Hooked on Phonics?

    That was a different kind of talk. Did Lloyd ever call out the best QB in the NFL, bragging about how easy he is to make scared and freak out? I never heard anything like that from Lloyd. He gave the best players respect, like Brent Favre.
    Sure, it was "different."

    Why do you keep bringing up examples that are not applicable? Maybe you just don't know any better. You do seem to think on a one-plane, one-dimensional basis. I can't be mad at someone who literally just can't grasp these concepts. It's not your fault.
    Well, I am in good company, because virtually everyone here thinks you are a douche. You are just so much more brilliant living in your mother's trailer than the rest of us "one-plane" and "one-dimensional" thinkers with two masters degrees.

    There is an old saying. "If you run into an a$$hole in the morning, you ran into an a$$hole. If you run into them all day long, YOU are the a$$hole."

    Try to figure it out, a$$hole.

    The level of animosity between the Raiders and Steelers could not be increased, so it mattered little that Noll called them a "criminal element." Those games were going to be pure wars regardless. Noll was just calling it like it was. Clark created an increased focus from the flat out cold stone killer of the NFL. Go ahead and make Brady ticked off and see where that gets you: a big, fat "L."
    Right, and a Patriots-Steelers game was going to be a game of Scrabble until Clark made those comments.
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    That should give the other 15 teams playing them some insight... Press and Blitz... The Jets actually showed the league how to do it, we followed that year... Clark is just reminding everyone. Welker gone, gronk out for a while, if he has the surgery again he will be out for a while longer. Brady will be a target. Danny Amendola will not play 16 games catching Welker style passes all year. Welker could take the abuse catching inside the LB's.

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