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Old 03-14-2019, 05:09 PM
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I dont know leafer, this is kind of a big deal bro
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Old 03-14-2019, 05:12 PM
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reaching 3 more superbowls but losing them is better than not reaching the superbowl?
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Old 03-14-2019, 07:28 PM
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reaching 3 more superbowls but losing them is better than not reaching the superbowl?
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Old 03-14-2019, 07:41 PM
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Everybody saying the giants got hosed,but didn't they get more than the Steelers got for Antonio Brown
OBJ 4 years younger. That is a lifetime in NFL years.
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Old 03-14-2019, 07:56 PM
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OBJ 4 years younger. That is a lifetime in NFL years.
4.5 years + 3 or 4 lawsuits nfl investigating....

Antonio Brown: NFL to investigate Steelers WR's domestic dispute

Antonio Brown: Steelers WR faces lawsuits over damage to Florida condo
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:13 PM
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Fucking hilarious. Leafer posting story from October 2018 about brown. Funny how when he was a steeler and he loved him he wasn’t talking shit about him.

Fuckin shittsburgh still red ass over bell and brown saying fuck off to that cesspool!
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:29 PM
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Those are open lawsuits being investigated , who cares when the article is from, hilarious.

Everyone here is glad the toxic twins are gonzo. Conner had a better season, lol, more likeable! AB quit on the team, cancer. Couldnít be happier....goal!!! 5-0 Pens!!
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:32 PM
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I was referring to OBJ going to Clev

thats gonna mean something in your division bro
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:33 PM
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3 rivers and maybe 1 team that will make the playoffs
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:36 PM
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I was referring to OBJ going to Clev

thats gonna mean something in your division bro
Add OBJ

Deduct Bell & Brown

HUGE

We already saw what happened with no Bell. Shittsburgh couldn't even make the playoffs and the STIFF that took his place has yet to prove he can stay healthy for a season. Now no Brown and his 15 TD's? LMAO
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:46 PM
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I was referring to OBJ going to Clev

thats gonna mean something in your division bro
U think being on a team with this diva best friend is a good thing, doing blow before the games with hookers....paper champs, Freddie Kitchens gonna get punked. We got us a couple corners now anyways.
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:00 PM
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Conner pro bowl as a rookie, hahahaha


Donk Donít forget the backup rookie RB, ran all over the Patsys!
Steelers ride rookie Samuels past Patriots 17-10 | Boston.com
Jaylen Samuels 142 yards on 19 carries along with 30 receiving yards on two catches and the Dub
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:06 PM
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Like anyone gives a fuck about pro bowls. After everyone decides to skip it everyone else goes.

Talk to me when he makes the all pro team. That is what matters. Bell made 1st team twice and 2nd team once. Conner the stiff won't get a sniff of that shit.
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:09 PM
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Hey Wayne 1218,busting the Steelers fan balls about losing bell and brown,not right,how about your team losing brown and flowers,how about last year Malcolm Butler,Brandon cooks and Nate solder
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:12 PM
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Hey Wayne 1218,busting the Steelers fan balls about losing bell and brown,not right,how about your team losing brown and flowers,how about last year Malcolm Butler,Brandon cooks and Nate solder
What about it? In case you didn't notice, they won the SB after losing Butler, Cooks and Solder

Patriots lose players EVERY year and it never matters.
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:13 PM
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:23 PM
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What about it? In case you didn't notice, they won the SB after losing Butler, Cooks and Solder

Patriots lose players EVERY year and it never matters.
just busting your balls,your 100% right,it never matters they still win,i bet if todd mcshay,mel kipper and any other draft guru labeled a player a 3rd round pick and the patriots picked him in the 1st round they wouldn't say shit,but if say the the bengals did that they would rip them apart
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:27 PM
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Conner all day.

James Conner Has Been Better Than Peak Le’Veon Bell - The Ringer
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:32 PM
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LOL Shittsburgh

Let me know when these belong to Conner and not the man, the myth, Le'Veon Bell!!!!!!

Le'Veon Bell Steelers franchise records
Most rushing yards per game: 86.3
Most receptions by a running back: 307
Most receiving yards by a running back: 2,632
Most receptions by a running back in a season: 85 (2017)
Most receiving yards by a running back in a season: 854 (2014)
Most scrimmage yards in a season: 2,215 (2014)
Most scrimmage yards in a season by a rookie: 1,259 (2013)
Most rushing yards in a game: 236 (2016)
Most rushing yards in a playoff game: 170 (2016)
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In the end this means the end of Eli era...it is sad since they wasted much of this era.

Like him or not him no one can deny in the biggest moments that mattered the most he came through.

Between Eli, Roth and Rivers he has handled himself in the largest stage without controversy and with results that includes 2 SB wins and MVP

OBJ is the signal...I really think the Giants want him to retire now

He probably needs to...they can't protect you and you have lost your best weapon

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In the end this means the end of Eli era...it is sad since they wasted much of this era.

Like him or not him no one can deny in the biggest moments that mattered the most he came through.

Between Eli, Roth and Rivers he has handled himself in the largest stage without controversy and with results that includes 2 SB wins and MVP

OBJ is the signal...I really think the Giants want him to retire now

He probably needs to...they can't protect you and you have lost your best weapon

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According to reports posted by NYK, the Giants are doubling down with Eli and ALL IN!
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If they are doubling down on Eli they have a really funny way of showing it.

Of course if they doubled down on Eli truly in the past they would have had much better years then the few they have had...

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If they are doubling down on Eli they have a really funny way of showing it.

Of course if they doubled down on Eli truly in the past they would have had much better years then the few they have had...

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It is kind of fucked up IMO that you trade a 26 year old OBJ and sign a 31 year old Tate for 4/37.5
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Old 03-15-2019, 10:02 AM
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I am reserving final judgement for what they actually do with these picks. I don’t mind trading obj or what they got for him. Although anything less would have been too low. Losing his diva attitude should help and I am factoring that into the deal to give this a possible net gain. Especially if we get a young qb.

I can see them using the first couple rounds on O line and Defense with a wr somewhere in there. Maybe late 3rd or greater on a trade for Rosen (who I don’t think is anyone’s answer but feel is a little better than he showed in the shitty AZ scheme).

Of course they are behind Eli. He has tossed his body to the wolves for us both in press and behind the shittiest o-line for years. I would rather have him half to whole season while that line gets it’s lega under it than sacrifice a rookie qb week 1. His metrics last season were decent enough that he will be fine.

That is with the fact we are not in Win Now mode like most. We are rebuilding. This is the long play. If we fail this season then better draft capital next year for what should then be a winning year and if we do ok then we did better than the last two years and they can spin improvement.

I only want a qb at 6 if there is one worth getting. Not for the sake of having one. That is asinine.
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Old 03-15-2019, 10:30 AM
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I am reserving final judgement for what they actually do with these picks. I donít mind trading obj or what they got for him. Although anything less would have been too low. Losing his diva attitude should help and I am factoring that into the deal to give this a possible net gain. Especially if we get a young qb.

I can see them using the first couple rounds on O line and Defense with a wr somewhere in there. Maybe late 3rd or greater on a trade for Rosen (who I donít think is anyoneís answer but feel is a little better than he showed in the shitty AZ scheme).

Of course they are behind Eli. He has tossed his body to the wolves for us both in press and behind the shittiest o-line for years. I would rather have him half to whole season while that line gets itís lega under it than sacrifice a rookie qb week 1. His metrics last season were decent enough that he will be fine.

That is with the fact we are not in Win Now mode like most. We are rebuilding. This is the long play. If we fail this season then better draft capital next year for what should then be a winning year and if we do ok then we did better than the last two years and they can spin improvement.

I only want a qb at 6 if there is one worth getting. Not for the sake of having one. That is asinine.

The giants now have the most draft Capital in the draft this year, more than the raiders. Hereís a great example of what can happen, canít evaluate trades till later...

The Steelers see the 2019 draft class as one thatís deep in talent and potential, a draft class thatís deep in talent and potential at positions where their current roster needs fortified. And not all third-round picks and fifth-round picks are created equal.

Characterizing picks strictly by the round that contains them can create a confusing picture, because the Raidersí third-round pick is the second pick of that round, which makes it the 66th overall selection in the draft, while, for example, the Ramsí third-round pick is the 94th overall selection, and the Ravensí compensatory third-round pick is the 102nd overall selection.
The way the Steelers are looking at what they got in exchange for Brown is that they now have three of the first 66 picks, and four of the first 83 picks, and when the trade of Marcus Gilbert to the Arizona Cardinals is added to the pile, they have 10 picks overall in what most teams, again, are characterizing as a deep draft.


The Steelers sending Santonio Holmes, the MVP of Super Bowl XLIII largely as a result of his remarkable catch in the back corner of the end zone to give the Steelers a 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. In return for Holmes, a former No. 1 pick, 26 years old, and the teamís top offensive weapon in support of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, the New York Jets sent a fifth-round pick in that upcoming draft to the Steelers.

With the fifth-round pick from the Jets, the Steelers traded that to the Cardinals for cornerback Bryant McFadden and Arizonaís sixth-round pick. In his previous stint with the Steelers after being the teamís No. 2 pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, McFadden had made 18 starts over four seasons and contributed seven interceptions and two sacks while also being a part of two Super Bowl championship teams. The Steelers then used that sixth-round pick on a receiver from Central Michigan named Antonio Brown.
So, tell me: which trade was better? The trade that brought the No. 1 pick that became a journeyman offensive lineman, or the trade that brought back a part-time starting cornerback and a sixth-round pick that turned into the second-most productive receiver in franchise history?
Then as now, itís not so much about the round of the draft pick(s), but what those draft picks become. Labriola
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