Ben Roethlisberger (7) tugs his helmet off as he leaves the field in the fourth quarter as his team is losing to the Chicago Bears in an NFL football game in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. The Steelers lost 40-23. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)


Ok, so that I know I am not crazy, tell me if you see what I clearly see, that Mike Tomlin and staff, for whatever reason, don’t see:

1. Felix Jones cannot return kickoffs and punts. He’s indecisive and slow. I mean, Stevie Wonder can see that. (No offense Stevie.)

2. 39 seconds on the clock before the half and they don’t throw the ball down field to try to position for a field goal.

3. They have a 6’6″ wide receiver . . . from Penn State I might add, Derek Moye, that they don’t use, but you’re on the six yard line trying to score . . . c’mon man!

4. Ryan Clark has heart, and plenty of it, but he’s getting slow and missed tackles are starting to pile up.

5.2nd and goal on the six yard line. Ben, you need two shots at getting in. If you don’t have a play . . . throw it away! They can only protect you for so long, but     don’t turn it over.

The passing of a true legend, L.C. “Hollywood Bags” Greenwood left the Steeler nation in shock and tears. A true Hall of Famer as I’ve told you for years and recognized by experts and his peers as an unstoppable, awesome force who claimed and owned the Steeler sack record for a lot of years. At 6’6″ and 245 lbs. L.C. was a game changer and was placed on the NFL All Decade Team of the 70’s for a reason. And as a member of the greatest defensive line in NFL history, it should go without saying that he is a qualified Hall of Famer and I will continue the charge and will ask you to do the same. L.C. Greenwood, I was proud and privileged to be your friend and you will be missed. HERE WE GO STEELERS . . . HERE WE GO!!!

“The Night the Lights Went on at PNC Ball Park” it was a glorious night when the Buc’s pounded the Red’s to win a wild card playoff game. My early prediction has the Pirates beating the St. Louis Cardinals and moving on to the NLCS and World Series Crown.

Now here’s the truth “some of you” don’t won’t to hear “cause you can’t handle the truth”! Tiger Woods was voted golf’s Player of the Year. He has not won a major in three years. He’s been off hurt.  He’s changed caddies twice and clubs a dozen times and yet he is the Player of the Year. . . THAT’S – A – BAD – MAN!!!


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