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ssmitty 11-06-2006 06:04 PM

stats that scare......................
Roethlisberger threw for a career-high 433 yards by going 38-of-54 a week after having four passes intercepted in a 20-13 loss at Oakland . But he had three more interceptions, two at the Denver 3-yard line by Champ Bailey - the first coming with the Steelers possibly driving for the tying score midway through the second quarter.

Not only did the Steelers turn the ball over, they did so in the worst possible place inside the Broncos 5. Ward fumbled at the Broncos 1 in the final two minutes, after being hit by John Lynch, and wide receiver Cedrick Wilson lost a fumble at the 6 with the Steelers trying to come back from the early 14-0 deficit late in the first quarter.

The Steelers have more turnovers (10) in two games than the eight they had during their eight-game winning streak that ended last season and carried through the playoffs. They also have more (24) in half a season than they did all last season (23).

this is from though ben may be dinged, he's putting up incredible #'s passing, and this is our worst coverage field............dollar signs went off in my head when i heard the spread, but dam, who do i bet to cover the spread? if the saints win, i say we go 6-2 the second half of the season and clinch the division...................smitty

chRxis 11-06-2006 08:32 PM

RE: stats that scare......................
i think i speak for everyone here when i say who cares if ben throws for 600 yds as long as we come out withe the "w"? that is what we play for right? wins... not passing yds....

Tobias-Reiper 11-07-2006 08:48 AM

... I thought we learned about great passing numbers....

NO_SAINTSinMD 11-07-2006 09:17 AM

i dunno bout just a ''w'' I want stats i.e. bullocks wit more picks, and also Manimal smith and Chuckie to go to the probowl

hagan714 11-07-2006 05:55 PM

what scares me is the fact we can not catch a wounded duck for an INT.

BJSim 11-07-2006 05:58 PM

Hagan, the problem was those passes were hitting their hands. DB's don't know what to do when that happens.

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