Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by uncblue012, Nov 7, 2018.
I haven't heard anything. Only thing I've heard is this Bruce Irvin rumor
2016: 11-5, went to the Super Bowl
2017: 10-6, in the playoffs beat the Rams and lost to the eventual SB champs
That's something I like to see. It is nice to know that some players will put other things ahead of money, hopefully knowing that they make alot anyway.
I don't give a rats behind about this guy, we have what we need right now. Let's go and take down #6.
Have you been in a coma?
I think you mean #7?
What the hell you talking about Atlanta was in the Super Bowl couple years ago.
Dang, and I was rattling my noggin thinking there was some deep meaning to this?
What he's talking about is the Falcons were garbage until the last previous two seasons and now they're garbage again. He must really miss home to turn down the steelers and patsies
Not to highjack this thread but is Ola and Eli R. even practicing yet? I haven't seen any updates.
Bringing down Brian St. Pierre?
And before those 3 bad season, they had 5 consecutive good seasons. So they weren't always garbage, just for 3 out of the last 10 seasons (when Ryan became the QB).
Damn it, I was just about to post something about Bubby Brister.
Wasn’t BSP #2?
It's funny that we beat them consistently, with a bad secondary mind you, and you consider them good. The one year, that was their year, to win a superbowl... they blew it and window has closed on them
#6 for the Panthers.
The Steelers only played Atlanta twice over the previous 10 years. 2014 was one of the three Falcons bad years. In 2010, in the season opener at Pittsburgh, a good Steelers team (12-4) needed overtime to beat a good Falcons team (13-3). A sample size of 2 games over 10 years is hardly "beat them consistently".
Not that I've heard
Still listed as on IR, as of yesterday.
Biggest loser of the week goes to... Took less money for this