"Give me a 6 pack, half hour of rest and lets go play them again....We can beat them."
"They say that when you're the champs, everybody will try to beat you. Well, I'm glad we're the champs, so bring 'em on, bring 'em all on. If we die, we ain't gonna die running. It's gonna be a fight."
Now go ahead, try to make one last attempt at proving me wrong by personally attacking me (while ignoring every fact I've provided that proves you wrong).
Sorry, the whole "sweep my misconceptions under the rug by just ignoring it" isn't going to be successful. Or you can just tell us that Clark was starting from 2001-2003, it's up to you.
If you weren't so busy being a closet Bronco fan (because you have obviously watched all their games to make a statement that Champ can't deliver a "big hit") then maybe you would see what the rest of us do. Haggans is an average player at best!
Last edited by BlackGold4vr; 03-28-2007 at 06:03 PM.
Haggans is just an average player, yet he's put up as good of stats as the "great" Joey Porter since 2004 (when he was actually the starter). Do you understand how ridiculous you sound. I don't think Clark is some sort of superstar, but don't sit here and tell me how much we're going to miss Joey then turn around and say we don't need Haggans. Perhaps you should be watching more Steelers games if you can't see what Clark brings to the table. Consistency is much more important for a defensive player than making it on Jacked Up once every blue moon...
But that's neither here nor there. The topic of this discussion, which you've dodged the past three times you posted in this thread, is that defensive players have to appear on Jacked Up in order to be considered valuable.
Any other insight for us? Do offensive players have to score 80 yard touchdowns at least once a game in order to be considered successful?
Ok here is my two pence worth of what the steelers need to do
It's not rocket science but when we lead the league in time of possesion we had a 15-1 regualr season, based on the grind it out running game. As much as i like parker, he aint a grind it out back. Get the ball wear the dee down, get up early, and let the dee do it's thing.
If your behind, get Willie in the game, if you up Davenport in the game.
Even better play a pro set with BOTH Davenport and Parker in the backfield.
Basically eat the clock up makes the opposing teams rush which lets our dee lick their chops pin their ears back and blitz!
I like this theory.
This is what I said, which isn't even remotely the same as what you say I said. You just like to read into things and make them say what you want them too. Reading comprehension isn't your strong suit is it?If Haggans had been delivering the kind of "jacked-up" hits that fans like to see we would all be more excited about his presence on the field!
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