13 Responses to Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Prasdana says:

    Your Favorite Sports? What’s your favorite sports? Favorite teams? Favorite players? If you have more than one fav teams/players for a sport, please put it in order.

    Mines are:

    American Football:
    Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
    Players: Ben Roethlisberger, Troy Polamalu

    Baseball:
    Team: New York Yankees and Pittsburgh Pirates
    Players: Andrew McCutchen, Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira

    Basketball:
    Team: Miami Heat
    Players: Dwyane Wade

    F1 Racing:
    Team: Fernando Alonso’s team. Used to be BMW Williams in 2003-2004 when they had Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher
    Driver: Fernando Alonso

    Hockey:
    Team: Pittsburgh Penguins
    Players: Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin

    Soccer:
    Team: Club – Chelsea, Persib Bandung (a local team from my city who competes in Indonesian Premier League), Real Madrid
    National – Indonesia, Argentina, Netherland
    Players: Angel Di Maria, Ricardo Kaka, Peter Cech, Didier Drogba, and a few of Indonesian’s players. But I’ll only mention my 2 most favs: Andik Virmansyah (he got a praise from David Beckham in a match feauturing Indonesia National Soccer Team vs L.A. Galaxy), and Irfan Bachim (The Current Icon of Indonesia National Soccer Team)

    I like the players and team for American Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Hockey from what I have judged by playing the video games first, then watch them in TV. I don’t have a TV cable, only once in a while when I got a chance. But really, I like American’s sports (and Canada’s for Hockey) and I like following the news ONLY for my fav team and players 🙂

  • Anonymous says:

    How Many Super Bowl Rings Will Ryan Tannehill Give The Miami Dolphins (Multiple Choice)? A. 3 SB rings
    b. 4-5 SB rings
    c 5 > SB rings

    PS. The Patriots and the Steelers are going down hill. It’s time for the Dolphin greatness to return. Back to normal, like it has always been.

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    Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Cheifs, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, N.Y. Giants, N.Y. Jets, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins

  • Anonymous says:

    What Do You Think Of This Dog Name? First of all I have no intention of getting this dog right now. But I have always wanted a Golden Retriever puppy. I am also a die hard Pittsburgh Steeler fan. When I went to my lakehouse for vacation, I met a women who named their dog Malu, for Troy Polamalu. I thought it was such a great name and I was wondering what you thought of the name.

    P.S:Please no stupid comments about not liking the Steelers, sorry I like them, but im from Pittsburgh.

  • Anonymous says:

    What Is Your Favorite NFL Team? Baltimore Ravens

    Cincinnati Bengals

    Cleveland Browns

    Pittsburgh Steelers

    Houston Texans

    Indianapolis Colts

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Tennessee Titans

    Buffalo Bills

    Miami Dolphins

    New England Patriots

    New York Jets

    Denver Broncos

    Kansas City Chiefs

    Oakland Raiders

    San Diego Chargers

    Chicago Bears

    Detroit Lions

    Green Bay Packers

    Minnesota Vikings

    Atlanta Falcons

    Carolina Panthers

    New Orleans Saints

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Dallas Cowboys

    New York Giants

    Philadelphia Eagles

    Washington Redskins

    Arizona Cardinals

    San Francisco 49ers

    Seattle Seahawks

    St. Louis Rams

    • Curator says:

      Green Bay Packers. Loved them through the bad years, the Favre years, the Favre decides to unretire episodes, and now the Aaron Rodgers years. I’ll love and support them no matter what.

  • Anonymous says:

    How Worried Should The Pittsburgh Steelers Be About The Rumors That Mike Wallace May Sit Out For Awhile ? Rumors are that Wallace plans on sitting out till the Steelers give him a long term deal.

    Newsflash: The Steelers don’t have the cap room right now to give Wallace a long term deal, or they would have already. We had to restructure quite a few contracts and cut a ton of dead weight to even get under the cap for this season.

    Should the Steelers be worried?

    bq — For best receivers in the game, where is Mike Wallace on your list?

    • Curator says:

      I wouldn’t want anybody more concerned with money than the team if I was a coach. Wallace is a nice second option with great speed, but he’s a lot like DeSean Jackson in that he rarely goes over the middle and doesn’t run routes like a well-paid wide receiver would. Pittsburgh seems to have cap issues every year and this doesn’t bode well for Wallace. On the other hand, the Steelers are one of the oldest teams in the league and they need to do whatever they can to keep their young guys. I believe Wallace will eventually get paid, but I wouldn’t give him multi millions of dollars.

      BQ: I’d put him somewhere in the mid to late 20’s. Like I said, very good second option, but the skill and frankly the maturity isn’t there yet.

  • Alton C says:

    Who Are Your Top 5 NFL Quarterbacks Of Today? My List is:
    1. Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos)
    2. Tom Brady (New England Patriots)
    3. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
    4. Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)
    5. Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers)

    Honorable Mention:
    Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)
    Andy Dalton (Cincinnati Bengals)
    Michael Vick (Philadelphia Eagles)
    Eli Manning (New York Giants)
    Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers)
    Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons)
    Matt Cassel (Kansas City Chiefs)

    • Curator says:

      That’s almost exactly the way I’d put my top 5.

      1. Peyton Manning
      2. Drew Brees
      3. Tom Brady
      4. Aaron Rodgers
      5. Eli Manning
      6. Phillip Rivers

      I was really surprised to see that you had Phillip Rivers in there. He’s better than most think. Eli, I wouldn’t have had in the top 5 before, but he’s gotten a lot better in the last year or so of passing under pressure. I like Brees a little better than Brady because he’s more consistent. Brady will have a really good game then a bad game. He used to be very consistent, but not as much anymore. The honorable mentions I’d change a descent bit. Cassel I’d drop out of honorable mention and Dalton hasn’t quite earned it yet. Vick is borderline honorable mention. Here’s some I’d add to honorable mention:

      Matt Schaub (Texans) – plays incredible
      Matt Stafford – over 5,000 yards last year
      Sam Bradford – showed a ton of potential his first year (he really surprised me), but injuries have prevented us from seeing just how good he can be
      Fitzpatrick (Buffalo) – Buffalo might finally have a good team once more

  • Anonymous says:

    Here’s My 2012 NFL Predictions? NFC EAST:

    New York Giants: 11-5 (2011 super bowl champs)
    Philadelphia Eagles: 9-7
    Dallas Cowboys: 9-7
    Washington Redskins: 3-13

    NFC NORTH:

    Chicago Bears: 13-3 (Cutler’s back)
    Green Bay Packers: 12-4
    Detroit Lions: 11-5
    Minnesota Vikings: 2-14

    NFL SOUTH:

    Carolina Panthers: 10-6
    Atlanta Falcons: 10-6
    New Orleans Saints: 8-8 (Losing the coach is gonna hurt)
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 1-15

    NFC WEST:

    San Francisco 49ers: 13-3
    Arizona Cardinals: 6-10
    St. Louis Rams: 5-11
    Seattle Seahawks: 4-12

    AFC EAST:

    Miami Dolphins: 13-3 (New coach and Moore is starting)
    New England Patriots: 13-3
    New York Jets: 6-10
    Buffalo Bills: 3-13

    AFC NORTH:

    Pittsburgh Steelers: 12-4
    Baltimore Ravens: 11-5
    Cincinnati Bengals: 7-9
    Cleveland Browns: 2-14

    AFC SOUTH:

    Jacksonville Jaguars: 11-5 (easy schedule)
    Houston Texans: 11-5
    Tennessee Titans: 6-10
    Indianapolis Colts: 3-13

    AFC WEST:

    Oakland Raiders: 9-7
    Kansas City Chiefs: 9-7
    Denver Broncos: 7-9 (Peyton Manning is getting to old to play good)
    San Diego Chargers: 6-10

    Playoffs:

    Wild Card:

    4 Oakland Raiders
    5 New England Patriots (WINS)

    3 Jacksonville Jaguars
    6 Houston Texans (WINS)

    4 Carolina Panthers
    5 Green Bay Packers (WINS)

    3 New York Giants (WINS)
    6 Detroit Lions (WINS)

    Divisional:

    1 Miami Dolphins (WINS)
    6 Houston Texans

    2 Pittsburgh Steelers
    5 New England Patriots (WINS)

    1 Chicago Bears
    5 Green Bay Packers (WINS)

    2 San Francisco 49ers (WINS)
    3 New York Giants

    Conference:

    1 Miami Dolphins (WINS)
    5 New England Patriots

    2 San Francisco 49ers (WINS)
    5 Green Bay Packers

    Super Bowl:

    1 Miami Dolphins
    2 San Francisco 49ers (WINS)
    the only big teams miami play are houston and new england

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