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Damn, I hate rooting for the Steelers, but I just can't pull for a team that gave $230 million guaranteed to a serial sexual predator.
 

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Chubbs has moves like Barry Sanders.. he's pretty good.
 

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Yeah, I never got the Pocic hate. It sometimes seems that we all let our initial knee-jerk reaction to a draft pick continue to influence our opinion of the player long after the draft.
Priors are a helluva drug.
 

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Yeah, I never got the Pocic hate. It sometimes seems that we all let our initial knee-jerk reaction to a draft pick continue to influence our opinion of the player long after the draft.
Russell Wilson marks decided he was at fault for their guys struggles and they never realized they were wrong.
 

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For most of the game, Moore did a good job blocking Garrett. That’s pretty impressive for a second-year tackle and 4th round draft pick.
 

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Yeah, I never got the Pocic hate. It sometimes seems that we all let our initial knee-jerk reaction to a draft pick continue to influence our opinion of the player long after the draft.
Our fan base has a tendency to judge OL in a "one and done" way in which his initial performance is declared what he will be for his entire career. It's like they expect all OL to be like Walter Jones and just jump in and be an all star. (Hint, even Walter had a few growing pains ;)). The truth, of course, is that most OL take 2-3 years minimum to show their true skill levels and perform at NFL normal levels.
 

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Our fan base has a tendency to judge OL in a "one and done" way in which his initial performance is declared what he will be for his entire career. It's like they expect all OL to be like Walter Jones and just jump in and be an all star. (Hint, even Walter had a few growing pains ;)). The truth, of course, is that most OL take 2-3 years minimum to show their true skill levels and perform at NFL normal levels.
This is true. That’s why I’m blown away by how well Lucas is already performing. I think the key is that his technique is excellent.
 

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