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    Conspiracy?

    On December 8, 2010 By

    Yeah, i’m an admitted Reynolds Wrapper. I “see” conspiracies all around. It’s fun.

    Just so everyone understands, no good conspiracy can be had without rays boinking off your gourd. Hence the aluminum foil wrapped around the noggin. Works like a charm.

    So when i say, does anyone find it interesting that no one seems to [...]

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      More Steelers Life Lessons

      On December 7, 2010 By

      Mike Tomlin is the consummate Head Coach, on and off the field. Nothing misses his attention when it comes to preparation, execution and conduct in all facets of his professional football players life. And the correctable moments they bring.

      Immediately after the final gun sounded the end of the game in Baltimore, I caught up with [...]

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      Pittsburgh and Baltimore slugged it out for the second time this season and the Steelers beat the Ravens in the 12th round in the revenge game.  It feels as though another trilogy is in the future.  Great NFL current rivalries – Patriots/Colts, Patriots/Jets — give me Black & Gold + Purple & Black because it [...]

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        One of the big questions to be answered on the big stage tonight in Baltimore is how will the NFL officials handle this game.

        Think about it. After the trifecta of hits back on October 17th that triggered the onslaught of fines for unecessary roughness the aforementioned Grand PooBah of NFL decorum Ray Anderson issued [...]

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          There is mucho wailing and gnashing of teeth over the present quandry of the rules and ramifications of hitting quarterbacks. The NFL through the Grand Imperial Pooh-Bah Ray Anderson has issued many directives concerning the Bozo no-no’s of pass rushing. It has caused much confusion. Rather than dwell on what we don’t know, let’s look at what we [...]

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          The Buff Bills had about 5 chances to win the game in regulation and OT. Sometimes the breaks go your way and it becomes your day. Wow! Such is the case for the Steelers yesterday. A tale of two half’s. The only way to explain the Steelers leaving Buffalo with a win is ‘Angels in the Astro Turf’ Enjoy the post game wrap-up podcast.

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            Returning to Buffalo

            On November 26, 2010 By

            I am an original “Buffalonian.”

            Born and raised 2.4 miles from Ralph Wilson stadium in Orchard Park, NY.

            During my career with the Steelers, we played in Buffalo several times. On one notable occasion prior to the game i had a conversation during the week with my line coach, the “Big Kahuna” Ron Blackledge. We [...]

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              I’m a little fuzzy on the NFL math. Let’s see…James Harrison gets banged for $5,000 for uprooting Vince Young. Then it jumps to $75,000 for hitting Massaquoi in the course of a play. For, I believe it was called, being a repeat offender. The fact that James says he tries to hurt guys supposedly factored [...]

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              The Steelers hammered the Raiders in and old school rough and tough penalty fest or as Gene Collier called it a ‘Flag-a-palooza.’ Speaking of hammered today we welcome to the wolf pack studios at talent network David ‘The Hammer’ Todd who is representing two local sports and Steelers fan sites. ‘The Hammer Speaks’ and ‘Steelers Depot’.

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                Tailspin

                On November 18, 2010 By

                For the fourth year in a row, Mike Tomlin’s Steelers were poised at 6-2 mid-season. For the second year in a row and third time in four years, Tomlin’s Steelers have lost the 9th game of their 16-game season.  In comparison, Bill Cowher’s Steelers lost the 9th game five times in 15 years. (I had a lot of time on [...]

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                  Jeff Reed

                  On November 16, 2010 By

                  The natural “Circle of Life” in the NFL is brief. When i retired after the ’91 season the average career length at that time was 3.2 years. It’s not much different today. Though i played 12 years, it seems now in the rearview mirror as a time that went all too fast.

                  Before Sunday night’s game [...]

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