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 11-11-2007, 02:55 PM         #381
Bella420  OP
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 The Utmost said:
i aint really sweating this though i feel we can come back...we running it alot though
we runnin it damn good too.. big ben stepp'n up again!!! fu*kin cleveland challeng'n our TD..
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3 n out!! lets put this sh*t away now
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:applause::applause:
 11-12-2007, 02:29 PM         #384
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Go Steelers!!!!!!!!!!...
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MOTTAFOOKAH 4 heat pts
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Steelers>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
 11-13-2007, 02:00 PM         #386
BigRic  OP
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next up...jets
 11-14-2007, 02:40 AM         #387
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 SmokeyTheBlunt said:
............I actually into a f!ght after the game with my dude(Browns fan), I whooped his a.ss for the Steelers Nation
thats what i like to hear!!!! wish i coulda helped:rolleyes:

 primeakample said:
Go Steelers!!!!!!!!!!...
WOOOOOOO STEELERS!!!!!!!!! where u come from?:D

 BigRic said:
next up...jets
the jets
this SHOULD be a W!
 11-14-2007, 01:26 PM         #388
Bella420  OP
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 flex001 said:
thats what i like to hear!!!! wish i coulda helped:rolleyes:


..............appreciate the sentiment but it was easy enough with just me plus u already know from the team he's reppin dude is a pus*y
 10 years ago '05        #389
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HELL MOTHERfu*kIN YEAH!!!! What a game!!! The atmosphere at Heinz was unreal as always. I gotta tell you guys one of the funniest moments of the game had to be when Cleveland first came on to the field at the beginning of the game, they played clown circus music throughout the stadium...I was rollin' Anyways....this week we got the J-E-T-S Jets, Jets, Jets......don't think this should be much of a problem. As long as our special teams doesn't have another meltdown because we do face another one of the best kick returners in the league in Leon Washington (3 TD Returns this year) Let's bury these fools early and not play no stupid games.

And what more can I say about Big Ben?? The man is a monster. I wish some of these idiots I see in other threads would come in here....they are callin' Big Ben overrated....lol DO YOU BELIEVE THAT? OVERRATED?!?!? LOL....He is one of the most underrated QB's in the NFL and the scary thing is....he is only gonna get better :applause:

And by the way.....the celebration after the Browns game was just like I hoped. It looked a little like this
 11-14-2007, 03:01 PM         #390
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LMAO Clown Music?!?!?! hahahahahahahaha i bet they were heated about that.. hahaha
 11-14-2007, 03:03 PM         #391
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Steelers
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By Teresa Varley
Steelers.com

The Steelers fought back from a 21-9 halftime deficit, scoring three second half touchdowns, to defeat the Cleveland Browns 31-28 at Heinz Field. The win improves the Steelers record to 7-2 and gives them sole possession of first place in the AFC North. The loss dropped the Browns record to 5-4.



“It is great to get a win against a division opponent this time of year,” said head coach Mike Tomlin. “They are a good football team. I am excited for the guys in the locker room today. We had an opportunity to do something today that we hadn’t done and that was to show our mettle and come from behind and pull it out. We did it.


”It was far from perfect, but usually that is the case. I am proud of those guys and the way they stayed true to the plan, trusted each other and finished the game. The reality is we were good enough to win, so we are not going to apologize for style points.”



Ben Roethlisberger engineered the comeback with two key third down runs, one for a touchdown and the other to put the Steelers in scoring position at the two-yard line. Roethlisberger finished the game completing 23 of 34 passes for 278 yards, two touchdown passes and an interception. Roethlisberger also had four rushes for 49 yards.



But his biggest play was a 30-yard touchdown run that gave the Steelers their first lead of the game at 24-21. Roethlisberger looked like he was going to slide and go down a few times, but never gave up until he reached the end zone.



“A lot of points I was ready to slide,” said Roethlisberger. “I remember I was in the pocket and I heard Alan (Faneca) say, ‘go, go, go, you’re good.’ I started running. I think I surprised the DB as well as I surprised myself. I was ready to slide but I knew I was going to be able to get around him and Hines (Ward) was downfield blocking. When I get close to that end zone, I am trying to get in there. The will to win got me in.”


Willie Parker had 25 carries for 105 yards, including a 31-yard carry. Hines Ward had seven receptions for 80 yards and a touchdown, while Heath Miller had five receptions for 71 yards and a score.



Browns running back Jamal Lewis was held to just 35 yards on 16 carries. Browns quarterback Derek Anderson completed 16 passes for only 123 yards and three touchdowns.



The Steelers got off to a slow start on offense, going three-and-out on the first possession when a Santonio Holmes reverse resulted in a two-yard loss.



Anderson went to work for the Browns and after two incomplete passes, converted on third-and-10 when he hit Joe Jurevicius for a 10-yard gain. Lewis rattled off an 11-yard run, but was held to a one-yard gain on his next carry. Anderson was faced with third-and-nine, and found Kellen Winslow for a 12-yard reception. Anderson kept chipping away, converting on another third down with a six-yard completion to Jurevicius.



Anderson capped the 16 play, 71 yard drive, which ate up almost nine minutes, with a four-yard touchdown pass to Winslow to give the Browns a 7-0 lead.



The Steelers marched right back down the field, aided by a 31-yard run by Parker to the Browns 13-yard line. They weren’t able to punch it into the end zone and pulled within four at 7-3 on Jeff Reed’s 28-yard field goal.



The momentum continued to swing in the Browns favor, though. Joshua Cribbs fielded the ensuing kickoff at the seven-yard line and returned it 90 yards to the Steelers three-yard line. The Browns made it count when Anderson found Lawrence Vickers for a two-yard touchdown to extend the lead to 14-3.



Roethlisberger moved the offense down the field with completions to Nate Washington for 11 yards and Miller for 22 yards. But again they had to settle for a field goal, with Reed closing the gap to 14-6 when he hit on a 35-yard attempt.



The defense tightened the reigns on the Browns on their next drive, forcing them to punt for the first time in the game at the 6:41 mark in the second quarter.



Instead of it being a chance for the Steelers to get back in the game, it turned into a break for the Browns. On the first play of the drive Brodney Pool got in front of the pass intended for Santonio Holmes and intercepted it at the Steelers 21-yard line, returning it three yards to give the Browns great field position at the 18-yard line.



James Harrison stripped the ball from Lewis, but Hank Fraley was quick on the recovery for Cleveland. Anderson found Edwards in the end zone, and the play was initially ruled out of bounds. After review it was ruled Edwards had both feet down and the Browns extended their lead to 21-6.



It looked like the Steelers would get right back into the game before halftime as they drove down field thanks to completions to Holmes for seven yards, Ward for 12 yards and Washington for 17 yards. But again they were stopped when they got close. On second down from the five-yard line Roethlisberger’s pass to Ward fell incomplete. Then on third-and-five, all hope of getting the ball in the end zone diminished when Roethlisberger was sacked for a seven-yard loss. Reed came on for his third field goal of the game, this time hitting a 30-yarder sending the Browns into the locker room at halftime up 21-9.



The defense picked up the pace in the second half for the Steelers as they stopped the Browns and forced a three-and-out on their opening drive. Unfortunately, it was the same for the Steelers offense as they went nowhere on their first drive and quickly punted the ball away.



After exchanging possessions again the Steelers finally had the ball bounce their way. Lewis went up the middle for a four-yard gain but was stripped of the ball by Harrison, and this time the Steelers pounced on it. Ike Taylor came up with the recovery at the Browns 38-yard line.



The offense came to life when Roethlisberger hit Ward for a 19-yard completion. On third-and-three he found Ward again, who took it in to the end zone for a 12-yard touchdown, pulling within five at 21-16.



The momentum continued to build for the Steelers. After another strong defensive stop, the offense took over at their 34-yard line. Ward pulled in an 18-yard reception at the Browns 42-yard line. After a false start call on the offense, Roethlisberger had a 16-yard completion to Washington to the Browns 30-yard line. Two incomplete passes put the Steelers behind the eight ball, with a third-and-10 at the 30-yard line. Roethlisberger scrambled out of the shotgun and headed up the middle, not giving up until he crossed the goal line to give the Steelers their first lead of the game. The Steelers went for two and converted when Ward pulled in the reception for the 24-21 lead.



It didn’t take long, though, for the lead to evaporate. Cribbs muffed the ensuing kickoff return, picked it back up and returned it 100 yards for the touchdown, putting the Browns back on top 28-24.



An unfazed Steelers offense took over at their 22-yard line and continued to move the ball. Roethlisberger had back-to-back completions to Holmes for 18 and 15 yards. Roethlisberger then went to Miller for a 10-yard gain. On second-and-seven from the 22-yard line Roethlisberger was sacked for a loss of 11 yards, but got it back with a 20-yard completion to Miller. Roethlisberger came up big again on third down, scrambling for 10 yards to the two-yard line. He capped the drive with a two-yard touchdown pass to Miller, to reclaim the lead 31-28.



The defense didn’t give the Browns room to do anything, bringing pressure and covering the receivers, forcing a three-and-out.

The Steelers tried to run out the clock, but were unable to convert on third down and put the game back in the hands of their defense, who responded but not letting the Browns get too close. With just seconds on the clock Phil Dawson’s 52-yard field goal was short.
 10 years ago '05        #392
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Yes...the music they play at the circus when clowns are out and sh*t...the Cleveland Clowns....lol it was def. classic.

P.S. There is a thread started about Ben being in the top 3 QB's in the NFL and more then half of the people in there are saying that Tony Romo should be in front of Big Ben....lol....just thought I'd let ya'll kno that.
 11-14-2007, 05:33 PM         #393
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 10 years ago '05        #396
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^^ i went crazy when he started that run...sh*t was so ill i dont think i'll ever forget that
 10 years ago '05        #397
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Roethlisberger doesn't miss a beat


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Thursday, November 15, 2007

By Teresa Varley


Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger practiced on Wednesday, even though head coach Mike Tomlin indicated Tuesday that he might be held out of practice for a day.

“I feel great,” said Roethlisberger. “I felt better than I thought I would feel.”

Cornerback Deshea Townsend also practiced, after having swelling in his ankle following the Browns game.

There were five players who did not practice at all on Wednesday, including running back Willie Parker (hip), linebacker LaMarr Woodley (hamstring), tackle Marvel Smith and wide receiver Hines Ward (both coach’s decision) and running back Gary Russell (personal). Linebacker Andre Frazier was limited in practice with a groin injury.


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Roethlisberger was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Browns.

Roethlisberger engineered the Steelers come-from-behind win by completing 22 of 34 passes for 278 yards and two touchdown passes. He added 49 yards rushing, a career-high, which included a 30-yard touchdown run.

It is the second time that Roethlisberger has won the award during his career, previously getting the honor in Week Six in 2004.


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Tight end Heath Miller has been a huge target for Roethlisberger this season, not just because of his stature at 6-5, but because he rarely misses anything that is thrown his way. Miller has 31 receptions for 421 yards and is tied for lead with Santonio Holmes with six touchdown receptions.

Roethlisberger knows how valuable the third-year tight end is.

“Heath Miller is a Pro Bowl tight end,” said Roethlisberger. “He is a weapon down the middle. He is a weapon in the red zone. I love having him on my team. He opens the field for the receivers and the receivers open the field for him. It’s fun having those guys to throw the ball to.

“He is a guy when you get in trouble you can find him. He’s got big hands, he’s a big target. If you put it close to him he is going to catch 99 out of 100 passes.”

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Finally getting their turn


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Thursday, November 15, 2007

By Teresa Varley


They have been on the field practicing every day, but for the first time this season they will be on sideline this week when the Steelers take on the New York Jets at the Meadowlands.

Cornerback Grant Mason and guard/center Marvin Philip were both activated on Wednesday from the practice squad and will be back on the field for the first time since the preseason.

“It feels amazing,” said Mason, who originally signed with the New Orleans Saints as a rookie free agent in 2006 and signed with the Steelers in the 2007 off-season. “I have been working hard for a long time and this is the first time I really get to realize my dreams. I am going out here and doing the things that I have been doing, but I have a different purpose now. It feels good.”

Philip was on the team’s active roster in 2006, but did not play. He was waived before the start of the regular season this year and signed to the practice squad.

“It is a very good feeling,” said Philip. “It’s exciting. Last year being on the roster and this year being released and then on the practice squad I learned not to take things for granted and to just work hard for what you want.”

Mason has been at all of the team’s home games, watching from the press box, something that is an NFL rule for players on the practice squad.

“It was tough,” said Mason of his vantage point at Heinz Field. “Even if you could be down there on the sideline next to them feeling things, you would feel it. They have rules that I understand. It will be good to be able to run out there with them.”

For Philip, being at Heinz Field and not being on the sidelines, was something he just hasn’t been up for so far this season. He has yet to be at a game, instead choosing to watch it on television, if even that.

“It’s very difficult,” said Philip. “It was a personal decision on my part not to go to games. Sunday for me has been a day to worship. I was able to go to church. Some days I caught the game when I was able to and some days I didn’t and would watch it when I came in on Monday morning.”

Being on the practice squad can be challenging for a player. You do the same amount of work as your teammates in practice, but when game time comes, you don’t get the taste the action on the field. But both players know how to manage the situation.

“It can be hard if you let it,” said Mason. “The fact that I just love this game and I have so much fun out here and the guys are so great, it makes it a lot easier. I do understand the feeling on Sundays when your teammates are out there running around and you wishing you could be out there with them.”

“The whole season I have tried to prepare as if I was playing. Of course logically any time something like this happens, your focus heightens a little bit. At the same time I think I’ve done a good job of preparing for this situation. If I do the things I have been doing I will be successful.”

Philip has had a lot to deal with this season, the challenge of not being on the roster as well as the challenge of learning a new position. He was drafted as a center, but starting in training camp worked at guard and continues to do so.

“It’s been great. I am learning something new every day,” said Philip.” My goal is to go out there every day and get better. From the time camp started until now I think I have made huge strides.”

And now, he might have a chance to show that on the field.

“Just to be out there to support the team is great,” said Philip. “It’s going to be my first game so it’s going to be real exciting.”

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 11-15-2007, 05:09 PM         #400
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 The Utmost said:
^^ i went crazy when he started that run...sh*t was so ill i dont think i'll ever forget that
Hell yea me too!! I jumped outta my chair.. my chair flew over n i was screamin i loved that sh*t! Big Ben!!!!! :applause::applause:
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