Top Ten Pittsburgh Steeler reasons not to jump off a bridge

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At The Finish Line…Where Only the Truth Matters 9-13

 

#1 While you’re trying to take Todd Haley to task, remember he’s the same guy that engineered the Kurt Warner led Arizona offense and the Jamal Charles led Kansas City running attack.

#2 We’re okay at running back.  Jonathan Dwyer is the best back, but won’t start due to procedure. Redman will start for redemption sake, but will soon become your third down and short yardage man.  Felix Jones will become a great back-up for everybody and the future lies in the ankle . . . I mean the hands of Le’Veon Bell.

#3 Try to understand this. Kelvin Beachum is a great and versatile athlete, but he’s not center by trade. Fernando Velasco, a lifetime center, will be your man for the next fifteen games.

#4 The defense is sound as usual, but they can’t stay on the field all day. At the end they will be the savior.

#5 Having said that, name the defensive front four of the 70’s Steelers.  Yeah, I know you can.  Now name the front four of this team.  I rest my case!!!

#6 Let Ben “do what he do.”  It’s worked for two Super Bowls.  Just let it go.

#7 Yes, James Harrison is coming and “he’s bringing hell with him!”  Just accept it.

#8 New money . . . fast money . . . funny money . . . no money . . . whatever.  Let’s go fellas!

#9 Think trades and injuries don’t really matter?  Just ask Tom Brady.

#10 And last but not least, at the end of the day, it’s still “the Cincinnati Bun-gals” . . . Yoi and Double Yoi !!! (Rest in Peace and keep waving the Terrible Towel Myron Cope).

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