Sunday, December 20, 2009

Steelers Win The Shootout With The Packers 37-36

December 20,2009
Pittsburgh Pa.

The Pittsburgh Steelers win the three rivers shootout with the upstart Packers on the last play of the game when Uncle Ben Roethlisberger threw a 19 yard touchdown pass to Mike Wallace.
Uncle Big Ben went 29 of 46 with three TD's and 5o3 yards while becoming the first Steeler Quarterback in History to throw for 500 yards in a game. What happened to the Steelers ground attack ? Hopefully the Steelers will be able to obtain a quality SEC running back in next years draft and a couple of SEC O.linemen like Mr. Alan Fanaeca.
The Steeler victory over the Packers constitutes their Super Bowl for 2009 season. Congratulations to Big Ben, Mike Wallace, and Heath Miller who all deserve a game ball.
I am still baffled as to why Head-Coach Tomlin would go for an on side kick with the worst special team in the NFL when he had a two point lead.. We would have tried that type of play when I was growing up on Francis Street in the Hill District(PGH.) in one of our pick-up games. Does Tomlin realize the fact that he's coaching in the N.F.L. ?
I have been watching Steeler football since the days that Bobby Gage(1949) returned kick-offs and punts and this Stefan Logan is the worst mediocre kick returner in Steeler history. For a little man to make it in the NFL one has to be lightning fast and very quick and Logan has none of those credentials. Not only is Logan slow as molasses but he is easy to bring down and he can't stop any one on coverage. Does Logan own stock in the Steelers or is he engaged or married to one of the Rooney's ?
The Steelers would be better served if they gave Mr Logan his walking papers now and Santonio Holmes could return Kick-offs and punts the remainder of the season.

1 comment:

John said...

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Here is a hot news:
After weeks of transforming its approach to concussions and its research into their long-term effects among players, the NFL Draft not only announced Sunday that it would support research by its most vocal critics but also conceded publicly for the first time that concussions can have lasting consequences.
“It’s quite obvious from the medical research that’s been done that concussions can lead to long-term problems,” the league spokesman Greg Aiello said in a telephone interview. He was discussing how the league could donate $1 million or more to the Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy at Boston University, whose discoveries of brain damage commonly associated with boxers in the brains of deceased football players were regularly discredited by the NFL Draft