Originally Posted by Super Dave
In my life time there have been 3 Steeler Eras, The Noll Era, The Cowher Era, and The Tomlin Era.
Each era has had their peaks and valleys, many more peaks than long valleys.
Each era has had a different starting point on the timeline, each starting point had different challenges, each coach met those challenges with great success.
Each era on the timeline had teams that were built and rebuilt. Each era on the timeline (Noll,Cowher,Tomlin) had good drafts
Originally Posted by stillwright
Originally Posted by MTC
Too damn much pro bowlers. Lambert, Ham, Webster, Bradshaw, Harris, Swann....jeesh and there's more to name
I'm not talking pro bowlers...I'm talking Hall of Famers....one catch didn't make those 1970's teams. Noll and those players did.
I corrected myself lol. But thats how much talent those 70s teams had
Originally Posted by steelerscotty
Obviously= will be an EXACT 6, in honor of the Bos!
I expect "playoff football", "December football" and things of that nature to be phrases of some significance in Coach Cool-Shades presser.
Davis had good coverage there. It was just a great throw..
I hated the draft pick, but I was wrong. Davis is going to be a good defender in the league.
Originally Posted by Shane Falco
I nominate Spike or Ron to post the last message on this thread
Oh, I dunno, we're having too much fun.
(Queen's "We Are The Champions" was too obvious.)