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Old 12-30-2004   #21
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Actually the Punter Craig Hentrich hit that field goal......see link or the line from the box score below......

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo..._boxscore.html

TEN FG, Craig Hentrich 50 Yd FG 0:00 Broncos 24-16
WOW, your right, i thought it was Anderson...Thanks for the info....I guess i was wrong
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Old 12-30-2004   #22
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Again the O-line probably has had something to do with it to. I think a lot that has been happening goes back to the same point of origin. If you feel pressure to get it off quickly it does affect your timing.................
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Old 12-31-2004   #23
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if you want a kicker, you draft Nugent from Ohio State, he can make the 50 plus kicks all day
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Old 12-31-2004   #24
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i still like kris brown as our kicker, he has just had a rough season !!!!!
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Everyone is going to have a down season sooner or later. Good thing Kris got it over with this year. He'll be back on track next season.
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Don't anyone tell Lindsay, but "Nugent for Texans!"
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Brown kicks a kickoff into the stands and Stanley gets the nickname Shank-ley. Rough end to the season for our kickers...
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I was watching Brown warm up for the second half. Of the three I saw him kick, he kick two of them just like the kick to open the second half.

If you play golf, have you ever had your swing totally leave you, that is what his kicks look like. Either that or he has some kind of leg injury.
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Another shank by our punter. Hopefully they'll be looking to upgrade P and K this offseason.
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they were boing because Brown accepted the Texans offer instead of the Steelers. Fans were boing him for missing FG's at the Ketchup Bottle in the 1st year. Come to find out, quality kickers like Viniterri were missing them just as well.

I don't think most Steeler fans minded that he left since missing 14 field goals in a year is a prerequisite to disliking a kicker. He single handily lost the Ravens game in 2001 by missing field goals of 41,33,48,35 which the Steelers lost 13 to 10.
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The Steelers replaced him with a kicker (Todd Petersoen)that hit 57.1% before having to replace him with Jeff Reed during the season. I bet that made you feel good.

How about in 2003 when Jeff Reed had his first full season and kicked 71.9% while Kris Brown went 81.8% for the Texans? That made you look smart.

No wonder the Steelers hate him.

This year Kris has been injured and they don't have a replacement. Jeff Reed was 84.8% while Kris struggled at 70.8%.

I think we are fine when Kris comes back healthy.
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I would wipe out December... we'll at least give it less weight. Being in Chicago and Jax with the cold and / or wind swirling probably didn't help his ability.

Flip side - he'd better work on it as we may need that late FG next season for the push into the playoffs.
He was injured from Indy on.

Stanley was hurt almost all season :-/
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The Steelers replaced him with a kicker (Todd Petersoen)that hit 57.1% before having to replace him with Jeff Reed during the season. I bet that made you feel good.

How about in 2003 when Jeff Reed had his first full season and kicked 71.9% while Kris Brown went 81.8% for the Texans? That made you look smart.

No wonder the Steelers hate him.

This year Kris has been injured and they don't have a replacement. Jeff Reed was 84.8% while Kris struggled at 70.8%.

I think we are fine when Kris comes back healthy.

Jeef Reed had a hip injury he played with in 2003 that affected his kicking. He had offseason surgery and now is kicking much better and has made 17 in a row.

The Steeler fans hate him for the reason i stated, not because of Brown leaving. They were happy to see him go.
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