Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by steel_ben7, Sep 12, 2021.
I noticed that you were absent yesterday.
Exactly what I was just going to say. We have lost to the Raiders when they were winless so this game makes me really nervous....
Sorry you didn't get an invite to my opening day party. Maybe next time.
Did you spend the whole day trying to convince them that the Steelers didn’t have a chance?
Found a clip of @Maddog78
Glemm has a crush. It's kind of flattering that some of you were actually thinking of me during a Steeler game, but more on the creepy side.
I like when the Steelers play Raiders at home, they usually do well. When the play out west against them usually the opposite.
Bengals were a bit of a surprise upsetting the Vikings, but yet that was a home game for them.
Steelers need to make as much hay as the can early on this season, the end of season schedule is brutal as brutal gets.
Come on man. Just enjoy the win and take your lumps. You know you deserve them.
when was that?
Because of the way that the Steelers ended last season, and the influx of rookies as starters, it was not out of the realm of possibilities that the Buffalo Bills would look past/discount the Steelers coming into their home stadium.
I don't think that will happen as much going forward.
I think we will get the LV Raiders best game, as well as the best that Cinci can muster.
On the west coast.. yeah. Raiders usually lose at Heinz Field.... with the exception of 2009.
c'mon heinz, that's not the response we are expecting from you. something about a dome.
I'm glad the game is in Pittsburgh. Steelers forget how to play football on the west coast.
i agree we play lousy out there.
Hoping for a Raiders blowout over Baltimore for obvious reasons, and also because it will get the Steelers' attention. If Balt wins in a blowout, I would expect a natural letdown from the Steelers.
Come clean Dog! At least Heinz shows up to take his medicine.
Mike tomlin Steelers can beat anyone and lose to anyone. You guys know this lol
What medicine? I've posted in several threads, even started one crediting Tomlin.
I don't bend the knee to fan cops like you, if that's what you're asking for.
OK, Playa, run away now.
I thought Ryan Finley was their 3rd string QB when he beat them on MNF last season.
I give you credit. You have.
Back to the threat topic, the next two weeks don't look so easy. Both teams won their openers. The Raiders have problems on defense, but they can generate a pass rush. They can also light it up with an offense that features the Steelers' Kryptonite, a tight end.
These next two aren't easy at all.
That's why they traded for Schobert to help in coverage.