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Steelers At Ravens NFL Week Two Inactives

Ravens inactives: CB Lardarius Webb, WR Michael Campanaro, WR Deonte Thompson, OG John Urschel, OL Jah Reid, DT Christo Bilukidi, ILB Arthur Brown.

Steelers inactives: QB Landry Jones, WR Martavis Bryant, RB Dri Archer, WR Lance Moore, C Wesley Johnson, G Chris Hubbard, NT Daniel McCullers.

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  1. Jay

    September 11, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Another well prepared Tomlin team! Justin brown had everyone’s dicks in his mouth as they couldn’t stop slobbering over him in training camp…he looks just like another garbage receiver with no discipline and no perceived repercussions for asinine mistakes. Our new big money man looks like a fish out of water when he tries to cover someone. I used to be surprised when we would lose…now I’m surprised when we win.

  2. Jay

    September 11, 2014 at 11:22 pm

    Here’s what should happen/: Ben should tell the steelers that he has every intention to resign, then at the 11th hour, he should sign with someone else and we, as fans, should root for him and his new team because this current steelers tema is like watching an abortion! I would root for big be because he’s built credit with me as a fan: most times sacked since 2004. The organization thought so much of him that they gave him a cream puff right tackle in gilbert, a seventh round left tackle who is a weakling, no red zone weapon since plaxico. In two games this “high powered” offense has scored 33 points which is 16.5 per game…in six quarters they have scored 9 points…NINE!!!!! I’m not ready to blame Haley but I am ready to wave goodbye to leBeau who now has given the league 13 years of film to see what he’s doing. Tomlin is always overmatched and I really don’t think any of his players would walk out in traffic for him (although I wish Tomlin would walk out in traffic)…guess what, there are coaches in the league whose players would such as Pete Carroll and Gus Bradley in Jax. Very hard to get behind a Tomlin led team especially when they come out looking like this and the worst thing is, I don’t think the panthers have anything to worry about next week. This is a sorry steelers team with no emotion or energy,they go through the motions and I really don’t think that they worry about repercussions from screwing up and that is a reflection of the head coach. No one will agree with me, they’ll blame Haley, they’ll blame circumstance, they’ll apologize for Tomlin and cite his past accomplishments, but the TRUTH is with weakish tackles who are HIGHLY susceptible to the bull rush, without anyone to rely on in the red zone, and with a head coach who instills ZERO energy, this is not a team worth watching unless you’re a soft fan who likes to console and is happy to fall back on past accomplishments and say, “It’s okay, we’ll get them next time!” GET READY FOR THE 1980s again because it’s happening. The shame of it is is that we have an elite quarterback and will waste some of his best years with mediocrity.

  3. Jay

    September 11, 2014 at 11:41 pm

    Miller overrated…he fumbled last year in a game and in New Orleans a few years ago which cost the the game…seriously, outside of roethlisberger, is there anyone on this team to get excited about? Seriously, someone please tell me and I’m sure I can objectively and empirically refute it. Is there anyone in the coaching staff or front office including newcomers to get excited about? I’m not being rhetorical please tell me anyone in this organization besides Big Ben and the six Lombards collecting dust that there is to get excited about. My God how did this happen in such a short amount of time.

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