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Anyone else not surprised that Cheerleader Tomlin is looking for a veteran to replace Ben?

Burgettstown Bob

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The cheerleader needs a veteran that isn't broken to cover for all his inadequacies. Personally, I think he needs to go after this season, but on a positive note, after Rooney makes the ball-less decision to bring him back in 2022 so he can remind us that "the standard is the standard", hopefully we at least end up with Aaron Rodgers to help make Tomlin look a lot less incompetent.



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Aaron Rodgers' Latest Comments Should Get Steelers Fans Excited Again​


By Jason HallOct 13, 2021
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Aaron Rodgers has once again publicly shown his appreciate of Pittsburgh grit.
During his latest 'Aaron Rodgers Tuesday' appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, the reigning NFL MVP subtly praised the Steel City once again.
"You want some of those guys who are those gritty, hard-nosed, blue collar, Pittsburgh, you know, tough type of guys," Rodgers said in the clip shared by McAfee, a native of nearby Plum, Pennsylvania.
Rodgers' comments come after FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reported Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin wasn't interested in replacing Ben Roethlisberger with an inexperienced quarterback should the 39-year-old quarterback retire after his current contract expires next offseason.

“Ben Roethlisberger — (when) it’s time for him to move on — Mike Tomlin has told me he doesn’t want to start over with a rookie,” Glazer said. “The Steelers are going to want to go with somebody who is a veteran … The Pittsburgh Steelers, they are going to need a veteran quarterback, obviously, (considering acquiring Rodgers) makes sense.”

 

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SteelerInLebanon

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The cheerleader needs a veteran that isn't broken to cover for all his inadequacies. Personally, I think he needs to go after this season, but on a positive note, after Rooney makes the ball-less decision to bring him back in 2022 so he can remind us that "the standard is the standard", hopefully we at least end up with Aaron Rodgers to help make Tomlin look a lot less incompetent.


Sports Top Stories

Aaron Rodgers' Latest Comments Should Get Steelers Fans Excited Again​


By Jason HallOct 13, 2021
Pittsburgh Steelers v Green Bay Packers

Photo: Getty Images

Aaron Rodgers has once again publicly shown his appreciate of Pittsburgh grit.
During his latest 'Aaron Rodgers Tuesday' appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, the reigning NFL MVP subtly praised the Steel City once again.
"You want some of those guys who are those gritty, hard-nosed, blue collar, Pittsburgh, you know, tough type of guys," Rodgers said in the clip shared by McAfee, a native of nearby Plum, Pennsylvania.
Rodgers' comments come after FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reported Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin wasn't interested in replacing Ben Roethlisberger with an inexperienced quarterback should the 39-year-old quarterback retire after his current contract expires next offseason.

“Ben Roethlisberger — (when) it’s time for him to move on — Mike Tomlin has told me he doesn’t want to start over with a rookie,” Glazer said. “The Steelers are going to want to go with somebody who is a veteran … The Pittsburgh Steelers, they are going to need a veteran quarterback, obviously, (considering acquiring Rodgers) makes sense.”

Damn you just have to a douchebag and color your opinion with juvenile insults of a coach who at the very least has earned some respect as a good human being. Try giving an opinion more based on facts and less on your obvious anger issues.
 

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SteelerInLebanon

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You and your Tomlin worship want to step?
I don't worship any coach. I respect him as he has done nothing to lose my respect. i disagree with some of his decisions and will discuss that but to act like a jackass calling him names and disrespecting him is fucking stupid. Particularly a newbie like you who has already managed to insult many longtime members and contributors. You are a joke.
 

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diver

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Jeez...if it really would happen...I always hated when Joe Buck would call him Aaron all the time, hahaha. Guess I'd have to get used to it.
 

Burgettstown Bob

Trolling Twatwaffle
I don't worship any coach. I respect him as he has done nothing to lose my respect. i disagree with some of his decisions and will discuss that but to act like a jackass calling him names and disrespecting him is fucking stupid. Particularly a newbie like you who has already managed to insult many longtime members and contributors. You are a joke.

If he hasn't done anything to lose your respect, you must not set the bar very high. Any other team and this guy would have likely been gone a long time ago.

The only members that I have ever insulted on this forum have been the trolls and those that believe that they should be respected because of their high post count. Which of the two options provided best describes you?
 
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Stewey

Well-known member
I don't worship any coach. I respect him as he has done nothing to lose my respect. i disagree with some of his decisions and will discuss that but to act like a jackass calling him names and disrespecting him is fucking stupid. Particularly a newbie like you who has already managed to insult many longtime members and contributors. You are a joke.
That's done by others on a regular basis here. Why pile on Bob?
 

CoolieMan

Most INtelligent Poster
what the fuck makes wanting a veteran QB surprising?? 32 out of 32 head coaches would prefer an experienced QB if they can get a guy like Rogers

your post if fucking idiotic.

it is only staying unmerged so that it is easier for the masses to view your stupidity and respond to amuse SF81
 

BLITZ

Well-known member
The cheerleader needs a veteran that isn't broken to cover for all his inadequacies. Personally, I think he needs to go after this season, but on a positive note, after Rooney makes the ball-less decision to bring him back in 2022 so he can remind us that "the standard is the standard", hopefully we at least end up with Aaron Rodgers to help make Tomlin look a lot less incompetent.



Sports Top Stories

Aaron Rodgers' Latest Comments Should Get Steelers Fans Excited Again​


By Jason HallOct 13, 2021
Pittsburgh Steelers v Green Bay Packers

Photo: Getty Images

Aaron Rodgers has once again publicly shown his appreciate of Pittsburgh grit.
During his latest 'Aaron Rodgers Tuesday' appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, the reigning NFL MVP subtly praised the Steel City once again.
"You want some of those guys who are those gritty, hard-nosed, blue collar, Pittsburgh, you know, tough type of guys," Rodgers said in the clip shared by McAfee, a native of nearby Plum, Pennsylvania.
Rodgers' comments come after FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reported Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin wasn't interested in replacing Ben Roethlisberger with an inexperienced quarterback should the 39-year-old quarterback retire after his current contract expires next offseason.

“Ben Roethlisberger — (when) it’s time for him to move on — Mike Tomlin has told me he doesn’t want to start over with a rookie,” Glazer said. “The Steelers are going to want to go with somebody who is a veteran … The Pittsburgh Steelers, they are going to need a veteran quarterback, obviously, (considering acquiring Rodgers) makes sense.”

Bob, how many teams do you think would go after Tomlin if we let him go? I would guess 20 to 25 teams would jump on him.
do I love him as a coach? nope. but who would you want in replace?
 

tapeANaspirin2it

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If Ben retires, the steelers should absolutely go after a veteran QB. This defense is good now but who knows in 3 years? Next year you have Najee, DJ, Claypool and Freiermuth as a dangerous core of playmakers. The OL improved quite a bit this past week. By the end of the year it could be decent. Next year you add to it in draft or free agency since the cap will go up and you have a potentially great offense and great defense.

Why would you want to wait on a young QB to develop when the rest of the team is built? Sure, draft a guy if you find one you like but don't set yourself back by waiting.

Steelers are in a similar situation as Denver a few years ago when they got Manning. Since then they whiffed twice on QB picks with Paxton Lynch and apparently Drew Lock. But who cares. They won a SB.
 

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