Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by steelersrule6, May 28, 2020.
I would start that traitor Harrison, bench Watt, and cut Greene.
This makes absolutely no sense.
Sorry TJ. I'm old school.
It's for fun. People have been doing it on Facebook. Usually there are 4. Start 1, Bench 1, Cut 1, Trade 1.
I don't think this is even close if you look at their first 3 year stats.
For a TJ comparison you will need to go outside the Steelers; to the best LBs of all time. Brother JJ will give him a run for the best LBs in their first 3 years in the league.
Precisely, how many years did Harrison bounce around before he really shined? Greene had decent stats years 2 and 3 before he became truly dominant., and remember he only played 3 years for the Steelers. I know this is just for 'fun', but this is essentially 3 different generation, so while the 3-4 was the constant, things asked of those lb's changed. Also you would have to take into account the team surrounding individual players. From his early production (compared ot the others), hunger, and room for growth I would start T.J. From his consistent play I would keep Greene. Since he was cut so often I would cut Harrison (of course knowing I was going to resign an eventual NFL DPY lol).
Screw it - I'm playing or rotating all 3. Can you imagine that blitz?
It's a twitter thing, they usually do it for the NBA.
Sign em all sign everyone! Hahahaha
Thanks. I’m too damn old, I don’t even know anything about Twitter other than the word. Although, I do know Morse code.
Have you ever used Morse code in your extensive lifetime?
Cut the crazy chic for sure. I already have a crazy chic in my life.
Maybe I don't understand this game.
Start. Jerry Rice
Bench. Artie Burns
It was my job in the Army in 1977. They trained me for a 'skill' I never used lol. Then cross trained me in radio teletype, though used in the service another useless skill that did not translate to civilian life, however I did have a lot of fun using code as a Ham radio operator.
Yes actually. But just for fun, not a job.
Before cell phones were commonplace we'd use Morse code to communicate with flashlights when bullhead/night fishing, or smelting. We'd be on opposite shores of a lake, silently talking back and forth like we were standing next to each other. It was very handy.
It was also good way to make snarky comments about people when riding public transportation. "Did you see the ._ … … on her!" LOL
Makes no sense. You'd keep two that were/are really good players and cut a HOFer? What are you thinking or drinking?
Are you the guy my wife has been seeing behind my back?
No, that was me, you can have her back. And good luck to you.