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2 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

No one is stopping the Pats this year

 

I had it that you are right. Denver could but they won't because they won't have home field and Seattle will need Wilson to be at 100% which is looking unlikely any time soon. No one else really has a shot unless the Steelers can fix their D. 

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Irsay needs to rectify this and do what he should have done last year and clean house. That decision is going to cost all us a couple more years of misery.  It's not going to get any better for a couple years no matter what happens but this group is failing. 

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1 minute ago, Gabriel Alexander Morillo said:

Does anyone else unironically think that our offensive line is worse than ever? or am i being crazy..

"I wrote Protect 12 on a piece of paper and put it on my desk.  Isn't that a great story?  It's such a great story.  I wrote a note to remind me daily because I need that kind of daily reminder to let me know of the importance of protecting a franchise QB"...sometimes, I genuinely think Grigson did that just so he could tell the media and have them write cool stories about how he wrote this note, then he built a great OL.  Unfortunately, his ineptitude prevents him from building that great OL

 

Just now, mahagga73 said:

Irsay needs to rectify this and do what he should have done last year and clean house. That decision is going to cost all us a couple more years of misery.  It's not going to get any better for a couple years no matter what happens but this group is failing. 

Irsay is part of the problem.  Until he goes, I don't think we'll see a big change

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1 minute ago, RollerColt said:

Remember when Denver had the guts to get rid of Fox in order to win a Superbowl? Yeah we don't have that kind of moxie here. 

Irsay has made the difficult changes in the past but for some reason he didn't do the right thing last year. 

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