So much better than a pro
- Nov 12, 2015
To be honest, when I heard them saying Pickett was slow getting up I was hoping Mason would be getting off the bench. I don't even know if he was in uniform or not.
If Pickett and Trubisky are deck chairs, Rudolph is also a deck chair, but one with some webbing missing, and one arm adjustment than doesn't work, and occasionally a leg collapses.To be honest, when I heard them saying Pickett was slow getting up I was hoping Mason would be getting off the bench. I don't even know if he was in uniform or not.
I don't know much about the Steelers. Only saw the game GB played against them. So take this with a grain of salt. But young QB's struggle more often than not. and just like toddlers learning anything, or doing advanced dog training or you learning a new skill, guitar, skiing, dance etc. We learn, learn, learn, take steps, take more steps and appear to become somewhat recognizable as possibly being almost competent and then we try more advanced skills and everything falls apart for a while and then it just all clicks again and we take another step or leap forward.Kenny is looking like a total bust right now. He is moving backward, not developing. His inaccurate throws are a puzzle because I have watched him "make the throws" before. Canada's playcalling is atrocious. It looks like he is living in his fears, with no throws across the middle or safe passes to the flats or outside. Myles Garrett was in Kenny's face all day. Where were the quick slants and other quick routes beyond the line of scrimmage to minimize the rush? This should be Cannada's last year. Tomlin's job should be on the line, too. He should have benched Kenny for either Mitch or Mason to provide a spark. To be fair to Kenny on that last drive, Diontae should have caught that pass, and both were not on the same page on the second pass. This is where Kenny usually shines, but not that day. The D held them to 13 points, which should be more than good enough, but then allowed the Browns to march right down the field for the winning field goal. It is no mystery how to beat the Steelers D. Establish the run and quick passes to negate the pass rush.
I agree with your statement but that was the Steelers problem. Their offense has been anything but complex, in fact it’s been downright predictable.I'd guess that, given NFL offensive complexity, with different focus and play-calling the "same" offense could look pretty different. Just a guess though.
I've always had a lot of respect for Tomlin as a HC. I wouldn't be in too big of a hurry to get rid of a good coach.
I have been critical of Tomlin in the past, especially when he had big Ben and the best wide receiver, and running back in the game for several years. I thought he could’ve done more with those teams, but actually, for the last few years, I’ve thought he’s done a decent job with a team with not a lot of talent.
When you’ve had the success he has, it’s not always easy to change. In all honesty, I think it may would do him and the Steelers a favor to go in different directions at this point. Sometimes there just needs to be change, much like the Andy Reid situation from Philly to KC.
You guys need to ride the Toronto Maple Leafs puke machine for a while. Toughen you up..You've got to understand. Steelers fans expect to win a Lombardi every year, and if you're a true Pittsburgh sports fan, you expect a Cup every year. Depending on how they played, a deep run into the playoffs might be acceptable. One and done or "almost made the cut" is way below the line. As for baseball, well...the Bucs won 3 World Series in my lifetime, but it's been so long that most gave up hope and joined the mortal fan base that lives in the real world.