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 08-12-2007, 06:32 PM         #176
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 SmokeyTheBlunt said
there's NOTHIN' s3xier than a chick in Black & Gold

did we play last night or is that tonight? I havent been up on sh*t like I should be right now(bi*ches,beer,and drugs )

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The Steelers lost their first preseason game, falling to the Green Bay Packers 13-9 at Heinz Field, bring their record to 1-1.



The Steelers starting defense stopped the Packers, but the first-team offense, who were almost flawless against the Saints last week, struggled some and failed to score, turning the ball over on the first drive of the game.



Ben Roethlisberger, who was two for two for 14 yards and a fumble, played the first two series and knows that things will change once the starters see more playing time.



"We did a bunch of no-huddle stuff, but we didn't really get into a rhythm," said Roethlisberger. "That's kind of tough when you're only playing two series. We weren't out there as much as we'd normally like, but we were at the point where we had to come out.



"Last week, we made a big play early, so that always helps. This week, it was tough. We had a couple of third downs, and they [Packers] made a real good play on one third down to knock the ball out of my hand. So, it was tough."



The Steelers defense swarmed early on, with Troy Polamalu applying the pressure to Packers quarterback Brett Favre. The Packers weren't able to move the ball and were forced to punt after a quick three-and-out.



It wasn't much better for the Steelers on their first offensive series. Najeh Davenport, who got the start at running back, opened with a five-yard run but was stopped for no gain on his next carry.



On third-and-five, Cullen Jenkins pressured Roethlisberger, sacking him and forcing a fumble, which Jenkins recovered on the Packers 42-yard line.



Neither team was able to generate much offense, until the Steelers got rolling late in the quarter. Davenport went off left tackle for a 21-yard gain, but quarterback Charlie Batch was then sacked for an eight-yard loss. Batch bounced right back, airing it out and hitting Walter Young in stride, who ran it into the end zone for a 41-yard touchdown. Jeff Reed's extra point was blocked, giving the Steelers a 6-0 lead.



"We stumbled a little bit," said Davenport. "Coach wanted to see how we would do with a little bit of adversity like we did with the first three drives but we bounced back so that was a plus."



The Steelers finished the quarter with 83 yards, most of them coming on the late, while the defense held the Packers to only 22 yards in the quarter and no first downs.



I think we came out and played well today. We got after them a little bit," said defensive end Aaron Smith of the early performance by the defense. "It seemed a little bit more fluid out there. It didn't seem so fast. It slowed down and guys felt a little bit more comfortable."



The Packers went three-and-out to start the second quarter and Batch got the offense rolling again. He fired a strike to Santonio Holmes, hitting him at the Packers 12-yard line for a 49-yard gain. Kevan Barlow went off left tackle for a five-yard game, but was stopped for a loss of two on the ensuing run. On third-down Batch looked for Nate Washington in the end zone, but the incompletion forced Reed to come on for a 27-yard field goal, giving the Steelers a 9-0 lead.



Aaron Rodgers, who came in at quarterback late in the first quarter, put together the Packers best offensive drive at the end of the half. Noah Herron had a 14-yard run, followed by a 13-yard reception from Rodgers. Rodgers then went to James Jones for completions of five and 21 yards. He hit Ruvel Martin for 17 yards, giving the Packers a first down at the Steelers 17-yard line.



The Steelers got a break, though, when an apparent touchdown was nullified because Martin stepped out of the end zone and came back to make the catch. The Packers had to settle for a 32-yard field goal by Dave Rayner to end the half with the Steelers up 9-3.



The Packers came out in the second half and moved the ball effectively. Rodgers engineered an eight play, 71 yard drive that took a little over nine minutes and ended in a three-yard touchdown pass to Carlyle Holiday to give the Packers a 10-9 lead.



After stopping the Steelers, the Packers moved the ball down again, finishing their drive off with a 52-yard field goal by Mason Crosby, to extend the lead to 13-9.



Quarterback Brian St. Pierre tried to engineer a last minute drive, but the Packers stopped them on fourth down. The Steelers got the ball back with under 30 seconds to play, but it just wasn't enough time to work with.



SCORING SUMMARY
1ST QUARTER
TD Walter Young, 41 Yd pass from Charlie Batch (Jeff Reed kick Failed), 0:48. Drive: 4 plays, 55 yards in 2:09.
2ND QUARTER
FG Jeff Reed 27 Yd, 12:22. Drive: 5 plays, 52 yards in 2:21.
FG Dave Rayner 32 Yd, 0:00. Drive: 12 plays, 75 yards in 1:52.
3RD QUARTER
TD Carlyle Holiday, 3 Yd pass from Aaron Rodgers (Dave Rayner kick is good), 9:11. Drive: 8 plays, 71 yards in 4:10.
FG Mason Crosby 52 Yd, 4:16. Drive: 6 plays, 57 yards in 2:24.

 08-12-2007, 11:39 PM         #177
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I been in for a little over 2 1/2 years so far. If I go then I go. Its not to bad over there. I dont know when the war will end but I dont think it will after Bush is out. I dont think it should anyways yet. If we were to leave now they would fall apart and the last few years and all my friends that died would be for nothing. We are close though. But anyways. Yeah I dont care what anyone says. I got lots of friends that are white and lots that are black. It no big deal to me. I really could give less of a sh*t about the color of someones skin. Its all about there attitude and the way they treat people.

 08-15-2007, 01:15 AM         #178
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Back in the mix

It was back to work for the Steelers on Monday as they began their final week of training camp, a week that head coach Mike Tomlin hopes ends on a strong note.

"It's important that we have a finisher's attitude in everything we do," said Tomlin. "They've done that to this point, even dating back to the off-season program. We just want to put an exclamation point here on our training camp by having focused attention and great energy here on our last week.

"We don't want to ooze to the finish in anything we do because it represents the game of football. How you finish drives, how you finish games, how you finish seasons. We've thrown that challenge out to them, and I like the way they responded today."

A positive on Monday was the return of running back Willie Parker and linebacker Lawrence Timmons to the practice field.

"It felt good," said Parker, who has missed the first two preseason games. "Today was just a way of getting back out there and working my way back in. It felt great. I always love being out there with my teammates and it was one step closer to where I need to be."

Parker didn't go full tilt, but expects to be back to normal by the end of the week.

"I'll be back. It's a process," said Parker. "I am going to try and pick it up more and then the next day go harder."

Timmons injured his groin the first week of training camp and has been sidelined since. He was in uniform and pads for the practice, but didn't get extensive practice time.

"It's time to start marching back, and we'll take a look at it day to day," said Tomlin. "I think the biggest thing is what he's able to do mentally, and where he is from a conditioning standpoint. That's going to dictate how quickly he comes back."

While the team welcomed those two players back to practice, there were some others who sat out. Tackle Marvel Smith was sidelined with a tightening in his back, Chris Hoke as a result of the knee injury he suffered against the Packers (although not considered to be a significant injury), Chukky Okobi with a rib injury and Jerame Tuman with back discomfort.

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The Steelers re-signed long snapper Jared Retkofsky on Monday. He originally signed with the team as an undrafted free agent, but was released on July 19 because of injuries at other positions. To make room for him on the roster they cut rookie linebacker Matt King.

Retkofsky worked in practice on Monday, along with veteran long snapper Greg Warren.
"We just wanted to get some competition in here," said Tomlin. "Of course, Jared is a young man we worked with in the spring, but because of a number of issues – injuries and numbers and so forth – we weren't able to bring him to camp. We're excited to take a look at him and see where he is. We got some linebackers back healthy, so we brought him back in."

 08-15-2007, 01:20 AM         #179
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I'm mad Tuesday' a big hit

Using Coach Mike Tomlin's own words, he didn't want the Steelers to ooze to the end of training camp. James Harrison did his part on Tuesday afternoon to see that it doesn't happen.

Following a morning special team practice that Tomlin described as "razor-sharp," the Steelers took the field in the afternoon for a workout that had a nice tempo, was hard-hitting and loaded with the kind of chatter that keeps the competitive juices flowing.

During another round of backs-on-backers, Harrison was matched up against Verron Haynes three different times. Twice Harrison bull-rushed Haynes and ran him over with collisions that echoed off the hills surrounding the practice fields. On the third, Harrison spun away to tag the imaginary quarterback.

While the popping of the pads makes for great viewing for the a.ssembled fans, bull-rushing is technically a violation of the unwritten rules of backs-on-backers.

The linebacker gets to build up speed with a 5-yard sprint at the running back, and if this very situation would occur in a game one of the best weapons in the running back's arsenal would be to chop the on-rushing linebacker at the knees. But since this is training camp and everybody is on the same team, chopping at the knees is forbidden, and so the gentleman's agreement corollary to this is that then so is bull-rushing not allowed.

Harrison wasn't particularly interested in abiding by any so-called unwritten rules, and after practice he explained why to a group of reporters.

Harrison admitted that he bull-rushed Haynes, and then when asked if that wasn't against the rules, Harrison's answer was no. Why not? "Because it's 'I'm mad Tuesday,'" said Harrison.

Tomlin was asked for a more detailed explanation.

"Tell-'em-why-you're-mad-Tuesday, I think is what they called today," said Tomlin, who was pleased with how practice went, no matter what it was being labeled. "We had a great day today. We had a special teams practice this morning that I thought was razor sharp. We came out and competed and had a high energy practice this afternoon."

But why name the day?

"Who knows. It's Tuesday, it's the dog days of summer, whatever gets them through," said Tomlin. "I don't mind the chatter as long as they're working while they're talking. It's like elevator music to me – I hear it but I don't."

What he had to hear were the pads popping, and while it's difficult to quantify and there are no statistics to support the contention, this camp is ending in a much more spirited manner than the 2006 version under Bill Cowher.

"I'm thoroughly enjoying this," said Tomlin about training camp as a whole. "I might be in the minority with respect to that, but it's been productive. The guys are competing, we're getting better. It's a process, and guys are respecting the process. They're showing mental toughness, they're focusing on the details. That's what has made it good for me."

And there is a lot of what Tomlin has called "ebb and flow," by which he means there are times when the offense does things to the defense, and just as many times when the defense does things to the offense.

An example is the past two days of the one-on-one pass-rushing drills. On Monday, LaMarr Woodley beat Willie Colon twice, before Colon horse-collared Woodley to the ground on the third repetition. Arnold Harrison got the better of Max Starks, who was lining up at left tackle, a couple of times before Starks clubbed Harrison to the ground on the third one.

On Tuesday, the offensive linemen controlled the drill throughout. Alan Faneca, Starks, Colon and Marvin Philip were just a few of the offensive players who handled their a.ssignments well enough to "win" the drill.

But as everybody is learning here, tomorrow is another day. Maybe it'll be "Why we're mad Wednesday."

INJURY REPORT: Marvel Smith (back), Chukky Okobi (back), Chris Hoke (knee) and Derrick Jones (calf) did not practice. Jerame Tuman (back) returned. During the session Anthony Smith sustained a "minor injury that was abdominal related. Hopefully it won't be anything major and that's the indication we have right now," said Tomlin.

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yea good sh*t...nice to see u keepin it pumpin flex and alot of new and old faces checkin in (wuddup krieger )...i been busy as hell lately

 08-18-2007, 11:55 AM         #181
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whats up utmost. I tried to hit you with some props but it said I got to spead some rep first. I hear ya. I been busy as sh*t too. Damn NFL never putting the game on TV lol.

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Starters to see more playing time vs. Redskins



The Steelers first-team will see more playing time on Saturday against the Washington Redskins, something that is normal at this point in the preseason.

"Tentatively we're going to play our first groups a lot longer than what we've done at this point," said coach Mike Tomlin. "But, like always, we're going to be prepared to play it by ear. But it's our intention to play guys more in this game."

Willie Parker is expected to see his first game action of the preseason as is first-round draft pick Lawrence Timmons and linebacker James Harrison, all who were injured during camp.

The game will be another opportunity to evaluate not just the individual players, but where the team is at as they prepare for the regular season.

"We have to take another step toward game readiness as a football team," said Tomlin. "We have to become a hardened unit. We have to master the things that require no talent. We talk about those things.


"Everybody is capable of knowing what to do, and we have to play better from an a.ssignment standpoint than we've played. Everybody is capable of playing at maximum speed and playing hard and finishing; we've done that pretty well, but by no means have we reached the ceiling in that regard. We have to continue to turn the volume up on the things that are not talent-related. We think that's going to determine how good we are as a football team."

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The Steelers made it through two-a-day practices, hot and humid weather, torrential rains and power outages to survive their first training camp under Tomlin.

"He put us through a hard camp," said defensive end Brett Keisel. "I think coming in as a first-year coach you kind of need to do that and see which guys you have on board and which guys are going to fall by the wayside. It was a tough camp, but we made it."

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The three remaining preseason games will be an opportunity for young players to battle it out for a roster spot and one guy who is right in the mix battling is wide receiver Walter Young, who spent part of two seasons on the team's practice squad.


"You have to take advantage of the opportunities that you are given," said Young. "Whether it's in practice or in the games, you have to make plays."


"I'm trying to go out and make plays and give myself a chance. So far, I think I've done that. But I still believe I have a long way to go."

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Process continues vs. Redskins




LATROBE, Pa. – Even though the Steelers will be leaving St. Vincent College on Friday, there still are three more preseason games to play, including Saturday's 8 p.m. game against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field.

What this means is that even though training camp is over, the evaluation process is not, because as Coach Mike Tomlin said, "We're always defined by how we perform inside stadiums on weekends."

Following the loss to the Packers on Aug. 11, Tomlin challenged his players to "finish" training camp; he didn't want to "ooze" to the finish. That has been accomplished to his satisfaction, but in his mind it needs to be followed up with a quality performance against the Redskins.

"We've had some spirited practices, we've had some competitive practices this week," said Tomlin. "These guys compete. You look back two days ago at those running backs vs. linebackers; defensive ends vs. tight ends going on; wideouts vs. DBs – no matter what situation we put these guys in, they respond and they compete with great passion. I like that about this football team.

"We had a very good practice (Wednesday). We'll continue to put one foot in front of the other. We need to stay focused and have a great day today and really finish this thing strong. From the standpoint of accepting that challenge thus far, they've done a good job. What we do today, on Friday and ultimately what we do in Washington on Saturday is going to define how they answered that challenge."

There is the challenge to the team as a whole, but there are also some challenges to individuals that he'll be watching as well. Some of those individuals were presented to Tomlin for his evaluation on Thursday morning.

Wide receiver Walter Young entered the NFL in 2003, and his first training camp with the Steelers was in 2004. He has spent a couple of seasons on the team's practice squad, and he played in two games in 2006 because of injury. In past camps, Young has been victimized either by his own injuries or the numbers at his position. This summer, Young has stayed healthy, and he has four catches for 85 yards and a touchdown in the first two preseason games.

"He's on the brink, as are a lot of other guys," said Tomlin. "That's a good problem to have. You love the competition, you love guys who are f!ghting, particularly a guy like him who has been close a few times, played a little ball in this league and is looking for a breakthrough. I was joking with Carey Davis – he said this is his fourth training camp. You have to have respect for men who've been denied multiple times and they keep coming back and they still have that fire in their eye trying to get it done. I like those guys. You root for those guys from a humanistic standpoint, but the reality is we have to keep the best 53."

Center Marvin Philip made the roster last season as a sixth-round draft pick from California. Jeff Hartings' retirement opened up a spot there, and Philip has been working at both center and guard trying to keep his spot on the roster.

"Marvin has done some good things," said Tomlin. "Marvin has to do a little better from an a.ssignment standpoint. Like we were talking about earlier, part of us growing as a team and also individually is handling the things that are not talent-related, and knowing what to do is first and foremost. He's got to play at a higher level from that standpoint if he wants to get in the conversation with Sean Mahan and Chukky Okobi. But he's young, he's a willing worker and he's coming in here every day."

Another young offensive lineman is Trai Ess3x, a third-round pick who started four games as a rookie in 2005 because of injuries to Marvel Smith. He has not played in another regular season game at left tackle since.

"I think he has gotten better, consistently better," said Tomlin. "I think he's improving technically. He's a developing player, and really he's at the point in his career where he needs to be a developing player. We've had frank discussions about that – he and I – and I think he's answering the call."

Undrafted rookie running back Gary Russell leads the team in rushing after two preseason games with 97 yards on 17 carries (5.7 average).

"He's shown what he's capable of from a ball carrying standpoint," said Tomlin. "We want to see what he's capable of in some other areas – pass protection, so forth – and see if he can participate in the passing game a little bit. He's a sharp young guy, a competitor, but the job description calls for a complete back, so we want to see what he can do when the ball is not in his hands."

STEELERS NOTES: The only players who have been ruled out of the game because of injury are Chris Hoke (knee) and Darnell Stapleton (knee) … Marvel Smith (back) will have his status evaluated closer to game time, and Tomlin said No. 1 pick Lawrence Timmons will see his first action as a pro. "We anticipate Lawrence playing some," said Tomlin. "How much will be determined by conditioning and what he's capable of handling from an a.ssignment standpoint. But so far he's shown he's getting sharp from an a.ssignment standpoint. Of course, he's a rookie and he hasn't played a bunch of snaps, but it's obvious he has taken advantage of the mental reps and the classroom work."

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Steelers rally to defeat Redskins, 12-10

Things started off sluggish for the Steelers with the first-team managing just three points, but a late rally and strong defensive play down the stretch secured a 12-10 win over the Washington Redskins.

The Steelers were down 10-3 at the start of the fourth quarter, but Connor Hughes added three field goals to give the team their second win in the preseason.

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yed the entire first half, and Ben Roethlisberger finished with eight of 12 for 87 yards, most of those yards coming on the team's final drive of the half. Santonio Holmes had two receptions for 51 yards while Nate Washington had three catches for 44 yards.

Defensively the starters brought pressure, but were unable to stop the Redskins on third down for much of the first .

"If you look at third down we had great pressure on the quarterback," said head coach Mike Tomlin. "We had guys unblocked. They weren't in a bunch of long third downs. Three or four of them in the first half they threw the ball to the guy in the flat and he caught the ball at the sticks.

"The pressure was awesome. We had guys unblocked off the ends but they got rid of the football. They knew where they wanted to go with it and we have to do a better job of underneath coverage."

But there was a never-say-die attitude and it resulted in the come from behind win.

"What I do like about this team is they are competitors," said head coach Mike Tomlin. "They smile in the face of adversity. We stayed in the f!ght tonight to the end. I like that. We found a way to finish this football game.

"When we do identify problems we make them disappear. As long as we continue to eliminate problems that occur we'll continue to move forward in terms of being a good football team."

In the first quarter the Steelers offense couldn't muster anything, managing just 15 yards, while the defense struggled to get off the field, giving up 103 yards and struggling to stop the Redskins on third down.

The Redskins offense started off sluggish, with Ladell Betts being stopped for no gain and quarterback Jason Campbell fumbling the snap, and recovering his own fumble, for a loss of two yards on the play. On third-and-12, though Campbell hit Chris Cooley for a 14-yard gain for the first down.

Betts was stopped again for no gain, and Campbell threw incomplete to Santana Moss, but again the Steelers couldn't stop the Redskins on third down when Campbell found Antwaan Randle El for a 12-yard gain. Campbell completed a 10-yard pass to Moss for a first down at the Steelers 42-yard line and went back to him for a four-yard gain to the 38.

Rookie LaMarr Woodley, the team's second round pick, stepped up big, sacking Campbell for a four-yard loss and forcing a punt.

Roethlisberger came out firing connecting with Hines Ward for a 10-yard gain to open the game, but that is about all of the offense the Steelers would come up with in the opening quarter. Willie Parker was stopped for a one-yard loss on his first carry of the preseason and that was followed by a short gain to Heath Miller, forcing the Steelers to punt.

Betts came out with short runs setting up a third-and-five, but the defense couldn't stop them again as Campbell hit Cooley for a six-yard gain. Betts added a four-yard gain before Redskins faithful got a scare. Campbell completed a 29-yard pass to Cooley, but was hit on the play by Brett Keisel and left the game with a knee injury. Keisel was called for roughing the passer, but immediately went over to Campbell as he was heading off the field to make sure he was all right.

Todd Collins came in at quarterback and finished off the drive connecting with Brandon Lloyd for a seven-yard touchdown to give the Redskins a 7-0 lead.

The Steelers got the ball back at the end of the first quarter and put it in Parker's hands, who had gains of three and four yards. But on third down Roethlisberger's short pass to Ward was sniffed out by the defense and he was stopped for a four-yard loss.

The defense started to pick up the intensity in the second quarter, holding the Redskins to only 12 yards. Derrick Blaylock made a 10-yard reception on third down, but was stopped for a one-yard loss on the next play. On third-and-nine, Deshea Townsend blitzed and sacked Collins for a nine-yard loss.

The Steelers weren't able to do anything when they got the ball back and had a quick three-and-out. But the defense did their job again, with Clark Haggans and Ryan Clark combining for a nine-yard sack of Collins to stop another drive.

Roethlisberger and company took over with 5:40 on the clock and got things moving. Holmes had a nice 22-yard reception and Roethlisberger scrambled for a nine-yard gain for another first down. An exchange problem between Roethlisberger and center Sean Mahan resulted in a fumble, but Roethlisberger quickly recovered. He went back to Holmes for a 29-yard gain to the Redskins 31-yard line.

With only two minutes to play in the half the Steelers went to the no-huddle offense and came up with big plays, with Verron Haynes breaking off right guard for 11 yards and Ward making an eight yard reception to the Redskins 12-yard line.

"We felt like we were getting out-tempoed a lot bit," said Tomlin of switching to the no-huddle. "We wanted to change the playing field. I think it helped us."

Ward pulled in a six-yard reception to give the Steelers the ball at the three-yard line, and despite putting up 106 yards in the quarter, they couldn't add three-more yards to punch it into the end zone and Jeff Reed came on for a 21-yard field, sending them into the locker room at halftime down 7-3.

The Steelers opened the second half with Charlie Batch at quarterback and went three-and-out on their first possession.

Collins remained under center for the Redskins and engineered an 11-play drive that ate up over six and a half minutes and was capped by a 48-yard field goal by Shaun Suisham, extending the lead to 10-3.

Ricardo Colclough fielded the ensuing kickoff, and after struggling last season, looked good with a 51-yard return. But it would be for not as offsetting penalties brought it back and the Redskins kicked again, with Colclough returning this one 16 yards to the Steelers 21-yard line.

Haynes, who is f!ghting to remain in the mix at running back, had an eight-yard reception and followed it with a three-yard run. Batch then hit Washington for a five-yard gain and Batch's two-yard burst up the middle gave them a first down at their own 43-yard line.



Scoring Summary
1st Quarter

TD Brandon Lloyd, 7 yd pass from Todd Collins (Shaun Suisham kick is good), 01:37. Drive: 11 plays, 79 yards in 5:50
2nd Quarter
FG Jeff Reed, 21 yd field goal , 00:02. Drive: 16 plays, 84 yards in 5:40
3rd Quarter
FG Shaun Suisham, 48 yd field goal , 06:13. Drive: 11 plays, 50 yards in 6:38
4th Quarter
FG Connor Hughes, 28 yd field goal , 12:17. Drive: 13 plays, 69 yards in 8:52
FG Connor Hughes, 22 yd field goal , 07:20. Drive: 7 plays, 18 yards in 3:16
FG Connor Hughes, 19 yd field goal , 01:34. Drive: 12 plays, 51 yards in 4:32



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Whats goin' on in here fella's? Its been like a week...just stoppin' through to see how everyone's doin and what they are thinkin' now that there's only two more preseason games left.

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^^well we serious this year...sh*t is lookin good on both sides of the ball so i just want regular season to roll on

 08-24-2007, 09:03 PM         #187
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I agree with you ^ Get this sh*t going. Atleast the game on sunday is finally on TV I get to watch them. So whats up with everyone? We ready to start F###in all them haters up as soon as we start blowin these teams out???


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 Krieger08 said
I agree with you ^ Get this sh*t going. Atleast the game on sunday is finally on TV I get to watch them. So whats up with everyone? We ready to start F###in all them haters up as soon as we start blowin these teams out???
please believe

 08-26-2007, 10:33 AM         #189
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8 and a half more hours and its kick off. So far all the other games looked good. I hope this one is the same.

 08-26-2007, 11:42 AM         #190
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Hahaha this joker thinks the eagles better. We didnt even have to start winning before the haters started coming out. They already scared of us. But good reason to be. Will McNabb make it threw the game without getting hurt? how many games will he make it threw this season I wonder. We'll see how the game goes in a little over 7 hours dogg.


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 FACEMOB1 said
The best team in Pistolvania will win today (EAGLES HOE!)
get it right...

 08-26-2007, 10:31 PM         #192
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I guess the best team in Pennsilvinia won huh? You see them sit McNabb. They were scared he was going to get hurt out there lol. Our D is looking bad a.ss

 11 years ago '05        #193
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Great game....good performances. The Eagle fan sure left this thread in a hurry don't ya think?

 08-30-2007, 10:19 PM         #194
Krieger08  OP
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yeah thats how its going to be all season lol. There all going to come in here talking there sh*t and then be quiet and gone by the end.

 11 years ago '05        #195
thegame23 
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Where's everybody at?? Well another win....pretty boring game tho. Finally the preseason is over!!!!! Bring on dem' Cleveland Brownie's !!!

 11 years ago '05        #196
thegame23 
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I forgot to add what does everyone think about the roster cuts? Who do you think is going and who is stayin?

 09-01-2007, 08:38 PM         #197
Dark5859  OP
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Steelers runnin sh*t, Ben's been on fire.

 09-01-2007, 10:10 PM         #198
Krieger08  OP
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 FACEMOB1 said
The best team in Pistolvania will win today (EAGLES HOE!)
 FACEMOB1 said
at you n*ggaz gettin all hyped about a preseason game....

Wow. Look how your words change now that your team didnt do what you thought they would.

 11 years ago '04        #199
A.G 27 heat pts27
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 Krieger08 said
I guess the best team in Pennsilvinia won huh? You see them sit McNabb. They were scared he was going to get hurt out there lol. Our D is looking bad a.ss
You're a Steelers d*ckryder from Cali and can't even spell Pennsylvania.



 11 years ago '04        #200
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we cut Dallas Baker... was hopin we would keep him he was the truth at Florida

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