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 21 
 on: Nov 20, 2014 at 08:59 
Started by Pain - Last post by aj_law
Blount to the Pastries.  Bastards.  Right after I picked up Gray in another fantasy league.  Hope he gacks up a key fumble this week against the Lions.  Watch Belicheat silently stew and blow a vessel during the postgame.

Steelers SING Ladarius Perkins to PS.

No idea about the guy.

 22 
 on: Nov 20, 2014 at 08:18 
Started by Pain - Last post by Finnegans Wake
And the Belichumps are talking to Blount.  Because their reclamation projects have worked out so well recently.

Watch the fucker barrel for 250 yards this week.

 23 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 19:58 
Started by Pain - Last post by Finnegans Wake
Tate picked up by the Vikings.  Probably a good fit there.

Blount untouched.  Toxic.

All's well so long as Bell's healthy; Archer & Harris won't combine for much, although the dynamic is now speed, rather than blunt force.  We don't have that big back, for all the good it did goal line vs. the Jets. 

To your point, and I'm sure you'd agree, the whole big back thing is overrated. I trust Bell to get one yard if needed much more than I trusted Blount, or another jabroni they'd sign just for the heck off it. I know Bell can't carry it 33 times a game, but hopefully they can adjust accordingly.

Looks like Dri is gonna get his chance in the run game. Hopefully if they quit trying to run only gadgety plays with him he will be more effective.

Also, I was really excited about Blount, but I was wrong. He was a huge disappointment to me even before the douchebaggery.

Bell's gonna do as well as anyone in our system, short yardage or no.  He's got the extra squeak.  Goal and short, him or Bettis... well, OK, prime Bettis, but aside from that, Bell, no one else. 

To the point I'm putting Bell on par with AB, and that's saying something.

Archer's been utterly misused, and for an OC who got mileage outta Dexter, it's criminal.  This guy can break the long run, just stop with the stupid screens for 0.05 yards.

 24 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 18:28 
Started by Pain - Last post by Merman1983
Tate picked up by the Vikings.  Probably a good fit there.

Blount untouched.  Toxic.

All's well so long as Bell's healthy; Archer & Harris won't combine for much, although the dynamic is now speed, rather than blunt force.  We don't have that big back, for all the good it did goal line vs. the Jets. 

To your point, and I'm sure you'd agree, the whole big back thing is overrated. I trust Bell to get one yard if needed much more than I trusted Blount, or another jabroni they'd sign just for the heck off it. I know Bell can't carry it 33 times a game, but hopefully they can adjust accordingly.

Looks like Dri is gonna get his chance in the run game. Hopefully if they quit trying to run only gadgety plays with him he will be more effective.

Also, I was really excited about Blount, but I was wrong. He was a huge disappointment to me even before the douchebaggery.

 25 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 18:20 
Started by Pain - Last post by Preacherman0
Where is Najeh Davenport these days? He can at least return KOs as well as Blount.

 26 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 17:27 
Started by Pain - Last post by Finnegans Wake
Tate picked up by the Vikings.  Probably a good fit there.

Blount untouched.  Toxic.

All's well so long as Bell's healthy; Archer & Harris won't combine for much, although the dynamic is now speed, rather than blunt force.  We don't have that big back, for all the good it did goal line vs. the Jets. 

 27 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 11:51 
Started by Pain - Last post by aj_law
All joking aside, the move was necessary, but it certainly creates a(nother) weakness.  

Early in the season, the RB position was viewed as a position of strength.  Now, the team is forced to either push Archer into more action (something he doesn't appear to be comfortable with yet), roll with a practice squadder in Harris or sign a guy off the RB heap.

Personally, I'm interested to see what Harris can do, but let's be honest, if he was tearing it up, he wouldn't have been on the PS.  I mean, he was battling (presumably) with Archer for a spot to dress and to date, he hasn't been able to crack it.  Considering Archer's performance so far this season, that's not saying much.  And, considering the percentage of the workload that Bell carries, I'm not too keen on his primary backups being those two.  I think they need some proven talent on the bench too.

At the end of the day, I'd kick the tires on a guy like Tashard Choice or BGE, bring up the kid and demote Archer since he doesn't seem to have a clear role (yet).  Let the FA and Harris battle it out for #2 on the depth chart.

 28 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 10:21 
Started by Pain - Last post by Finnegans Wake
http://triblive.com/mobile/7177901-96/blount-porter-steelers

Porter had his head-scratching moments as a player; the pre-game fight with William Green, waiting for Ray Lewis after a game, fighting Levi Jones at a casino.

But he has always been a leader and looks to have made a good transition to coaching. 


Yeah, sometimes Peazy let his emotions get the best of him.  Opened the door for 92's career, incidentally, with the Green fight.  But you can't say Peazy didn't have heart.  And we've needed an injection of fire on this D.  If he can also teach technique, he's a huge addition.  Assuming that he can, having worked from Colo. St. back to the Steelers.  Not sure he has the upside to go much broader than a position coach, but I like seeing him on Sundays.

And yeah, kudos to him for being the enforcer with Blount.  The cunt.

 29 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 06:46 
Started by Pain - Last post by SCacalaki
http://triblive.com/mobile/7177901-96/blount-porter-steelers

Porter had his head-scratching moments as a player; the pre-game fight with William Green, waiting for Ray Lewis after a game, fighting Levi Jones at a casino.

But he has always been a leader and looks to have made a good transition to coaching. 

 30 
 on: Nov 19, 2014 at 06:03 
Started by Pain - Last post by kluisi61
Someone call Jerome. Hey it worked for kiesel and harrison.

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