In Wednesday’s edition of “Scouting the Enemy,” I spoke about the division rival Browns, and how the Steelers would get back to form and top the Clowns twice in 2010. Well, seems that the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s website – Cleveland.com, picked up on the piece, and posted it in their afternoon article called “Starting Blocks.”
Here is what they had to say about Steelers Gab:
Steelersgab.com is a website devoted — duh! — to the Steelers. Today’s entry on “Scouting the Enemy,” by writer Matt Loede, has a couple of surprises. The first is that it is coherent. The second is that it’s not written in crayon. Who knew?
But some things don’t change, including the rivalry between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
While that wasn’t so bad, some of the rather juvenile comments by Browns fans is downright laughable. Here are just a few to chew on:
When the Steelers finish dead last with no offense, Pittsburgh will be looking up and they will my brown and orange crack that they can kiss.
And my favorite comment so far:
Somebody should tell that idiot Steeler fan poster, whoever the hell he is, quit yapping less about how bad the Browns are going to be this year and concentrate more on worrying about the state of affairs on his own team.
These Steelers fans don’t want to hear it, but if they get off to a poor start without Big Ben, this could turn out to be a long season for them. They don’t have a lot of depth at receiver or on the OL, not much at running back to speak of, and having to do this without Bangin’ Ben is not conducive to a good start. Their defense is still good, but is it good enough to carry them through the first half of the season? Or even further than that?
This could be a .500 season, Steelers fans–or even worse! Get used to that possibility because it could happen.
And I have seen a couple Browns dolts leaving comments on the post as well. So Black and Gold Nation, have at it. Leave a comment on the site for Ohio’s largest Newspaper, and leave a comment on our “Scouting the Enemy” piece as well.
We know what the final outcome will between between the two teams this year, but it’s time to put Clown fans in their place. So have at it!
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