Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by LoneGranger, May 7, 2019.
Well technically, it appears he will play there as opposed to not playing here last year?
Are Giants fans as obsessed with OBJ... like Pittsburgh sports media and some fans obsess about Bell and Brown? I don't think so. All 3 of those players have something in common... no rings.
Is that a “no ring circus”?
With several starters out for the Jets and someone will do something that hasn't been done in "X" many years against the Steelers!
KEEP IT GOING!
Yes, they are. I live in New York. The only thing that got them to stop talking about Beckham and the rest of their disastrous offseason was giving them something even worse to complain about when they drafted Daniel Jones sixth overall.
To be fair, Bell and Brown are different conversations. The team already moved on from Bell last season. I may get into a conversation about him, but mostly to make fun of the guy.
The Steelers haven't played a game since Brown was traded. His absence will be a big part of the story in 2019.
Bright side, should the Steeler season go down the crapper early we can root our asses off that Bell and Brown have terrible seasons.
Ill be rooting for Bell to have 250 yards and 5 TDs when he plays New England.
By now he just might be STALE!!!!!!!!!
What a surprise
I will be watching Raiders and Jets games lol
$$$Bell$$$ don't have time for voluntary team activities ...gotta work on a rap album
This signing was bound to fail simply because its the Jets but now even more so.
Jets and Raiders will be good side entertainment this season.
I read earlier today that McCagnon was fired. What a shock! Sign Bell, and then have him prove his supreme me-first tendencies right out of the gate. Sign CJ Moseley to a stupidly high contract. Get jilted at the altar by Barr. At least he didn’t screw up having Q. Williams land in his lap.
I just hope Bell feels appreciated through all this.
At least he knows it's not personal just business oh and that his head coach won't run the wheels off him since he no longer wants to be a bell cow three down back.
I thought this sentiment indirectly when the draft was going on. At the time, I initially believed one of the New York teams would botch a superstar player up. After Josh Allen fell to the Giants, I thought "Dave Gettleman has done this long enough. Either Josh Allen or Dwayne Haskins. No way he botches this up!"
It's hard to be a hero in a town that paints you as a villian- Lev Bell
It doesn't matter what he thinks I have a job to do. Also Lev Bell.
What are the odds in the next 2 years he gets popped for another failed drug test?
Given the pressure cooker that is the new York media market I'd say very good
Thats good because that ship sailed a while ago.