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Author Topic: Faneca named Pro Bowl starter  (Read 956 times)
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« Reply #10 on: Dec 19, 2007 at 08:41 »

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Ben says he is bringing them all with him. I understand his generous, selfless nature and it is customary to pay their way as a QB but if I were Roethlisberger I'd be looking into my life insurance policies with more scrutiny than keeping our sad sack line happy. Ben's '07 season has been every bit as dangerous to his health as his '06 Post-Super Bowl offseason.
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Ben's doing it as a ploy.  He plans to ditch them in Hawaii.

"I don't know what happened, guys.  I thought we agreed to meet at the airport, unfortunately my cell was dead and I left my charger back in Pttsburgh.  You know how tough it is to find a replacement charger for an iPhone in Hawaii on a Sunday evening?  Damn tough, lemme tell you."
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« Reply #11 on: Dec 19, 2007 at 08:59 »

Ben definitely deserves this, as does FWP and James Harrison.

Faneca?  Meh...rep pick.  Troy as well, although I still believe that teams game plan around him.
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« Reply #12 on: Dec 19, 2007 at 12:43 »

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Ben says he is bringing them all with him. I understand his generous, selfless nature and it is customary to pay their way as a QB but if I were Roethlisberger I'd be looking into my life insurance policies with more scrutiny than keeping our sad sack line happy. Ben's '07 season has been every bit as dangerous to his health as his '06 Post-Super Bowl offseason.
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Ben's doing it as a ploy.  He plans to ditch them in Hawaii.

"I don't know what happened, guys.  I thought we agreed to meet at the airport, unfortunately my cell was dead and I left my charger back in Pttsburgh.  You know how tough it is to find a replacement charger for an iPhone in Hawaii on a Sunday evening?  Damn tough, lemme tell you."
Steelers O-line = ultimate wingmen.

Women will be tackling Ben as soon as he steps off the plane.
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« Reply #13 on: Dec 19, 2007 at 12:53 »

IMO, the only ones that are no brainers are #7, #39 and #92.  #98 should get some love but Haynesworth, Wilfork and Williams are pretty tough competition.

No one else deserves to pack their bags, IMO.

Others:

Addai over Fred Taylor??

Jason Taylor over Super Mario??

Donald Driver over Marques Colston??

To name a few...
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« Reply #14 on: Dec 19, 2007 at 14:08 »

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Steelers O-line = ultimate wingmen.

Women will be tackling Ben as soon as he steps off the plane.
Nice work on that one.  I likey...
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