Steelers One and Done

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  1. gafftop

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    Tebow hahaha
     
  2. EllisUnit

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    i wanted the steelers to win, i'm sick of hearing about tebow. Hopefully they beat NE, and we can smash them at reliant !
     
  3. gafftop

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    Sorry wrong category
     
  4. jjjezebel

    jjjezebel ¬°Ay, caramba!

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    I grew up a Broncos fan, so I'm a little bit stoked about them winning. I, too, am tired of hearing about Tebow, but I'm happy for the team as a whole. :doot:
     
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    seriously how can you play with zero safety help over the top. talk about complacency!!!!
     
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    Pussies.
     
  7. EllisUnit

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    it is tebow, he throws about as good as my 3 year old son, but yeah was still pretty dumb.
     
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    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    That pass was a 25 yard laser hit in stride. Beautiful pass under pressure. He deserves all the credit in the world for it.
     


  9. Scooter

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    the steelers were wrong in every way this game. lazy routes, poor blocking, weak running, zero pressure, and that is easily the worst game dick lebeau has ever called.

    base nickel cover 2 inside the 10? casino blitzes? safety blitzes? cover zero? not correcting his OLB's, especially harrison? polomalu was removed from the middle of the field? i may be oversimplifying things, but the tebow lead offense is dumb as **** simple. lead, counter, option, max-pro playaction ..... cover 1, read run inside, and hit the quarterback outside. i hope we see denver in the playoffs because wade would (hopefully) know well enough to put a 46ish defense to work. quinn deep, allen gets the start along with joseph playing off (allan being the better deep corner), manning over the tightend, and a 6 man front with demeco in read. and dont even bother leaving the base 34 personnel.

    you dont average 30+ yards per completion without most throws being giftwrapped, especially from max-pro tebow. no way that they get past new england, but if we win next week and they find a miracle, i would be absolutely giddy to see wade flatten the broncos' "offense".
     
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    I don't know what any of this means, but I agree and give you my all-important endorsement. :toropalm:
     
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    Pretty amazing that Tebow can suck wind the last three games and then torch one of the best defenses in the AFC with 316 yards and an 80 yeard bomb in the first OT game with new rules, simply divine is all I can say. I am glad the Squeelers lost after all those years of them wooping the Oilers this is nice.
     
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    Are you a coach somewhere? Former player? That seems more than just casual analysis.
     
  13. Thorn

    Thorn Dirty Old Man

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    Yes he does, and he's going to be a very good QB someday. Doesn't mean I'm not sick of hearing his ****ing damn name all the time, and the NFLN announcers singing "TEE BOW". :mad:

    I can't stand hearing his name anymore, he has totally surpassed Farve that regard. I'm not sure I can even watch NFLN this week because it's going to be nothing but the freaking Tebow show.
     
  14. Scooter

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    i stayed at a holiday inn. :truck:
     
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    You know .... that isnt Tebow's fault. He's just being himself and all these idiots on TV are ..... well , being idiots.


    They say he cant play QB in the NFL .... Yesterday was the first game I watched thru and thru of him. Dude's got a good arm and an excelent deep ball to go along with an uncanny knack for getting out of trouble.
    As long as he is paired with an above average running game and a solid defense ..... He's going to present the opposing defense with a lot of problems. He's a big play waiting to happen and those are the plays that win football games.

    31.6 freaking yards per completion average ?! Against a Dick Lebeau defense ?! .... Sorry after that I dont believe all the pundits who say he cant play.


    I gave the Bronco's absolutely no shot against the Steelers .... after that , I think they have a chance to win every time they step on the field.

    Defense , Running game , Big play potential = Recipe for success. Sounds an awful lot like the plan our home team cooked up with a 3rd string 5th round rookie QB at the helm.
     
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    He's a graduate of GLB, one of the best D coordinators of all time back in the day.
     
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    never said that wasn't the case, I agree he's going to be very good someday, and Denver is going to become a very dangerous AFC team. All I said was I'm sick of hearing his name, just like I got sick of hearing Farve's name.

    meh...it's soon to be the offseason during which I won't be watching much of NFLN anyway.
     
  18. gwallaia

    gwallaia Moderator Staff Member

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    I like Tebow and I detest the Steelers. I laughed as the Bronco receiver ran into the endzone in OT. I also like the fact that people don't like Tebow and that they are annoyed the Broncos won.
     
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    Tebow has the lowest completion percentage in the NFL. In fact, he has next to the lowest % in NFL history for a starter of 11+ games. That record is held by 3 people, Ed Brown, Milt Plum, and Mark Malone, all tied with a 46.4% percentage. Tebow is a smidgen ahead with a 46.5%. Tebow may have slashed for 316 yards but a 10-21 rate makes that ho-hum as the big play masked his shortcomings.

    FWIW, I like Tebow. He is fun to watch... whether the pass is in stride or sails WAY wide. Both are great entertainment for me to watch as a non-Broncos fan. Tim Tebow is fun.
     
  20. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Agreed, and I'm an absolute hater where Tebow is concerned. Credit where credit is due in this case. He nailed it.
     

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