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Have you ever encountered a person who can’t seem to forget all the times they have been right about something Womens Chukwuma Okorafor Jersey , but can’t seem to remember ever being wrong about anything? This type of personality came to mind recently as I perused various statements on a Steelers based Facebook site of which I am a member. Admittedly, many of the fans on this particular site aren’t very knowledgeable when it comes to the Steelers, but good luck trying to convince them of that little truth nugget. Although the evidence of their intellectual shortcomings are plentiful, I will only refer to the maddening number of members who still can’t seem to fathom why the Steelers haven’t already traded Bell to somebody, anybody, for anything. If you don’t as of yet understand the problem with that suggestion, then rest assured you are the type of individual I am referring to. That is just another reason I am thankful for BTSC. Easily the most knowledgeable site I have encountered.Last week as I scrolled through the previously mentioned Facebook site, one of the members posted the statistics for Mike Mitchell’s first game for the Indianapolis Colts. He included a tidbit from PFF that rated Mitchell’s performance that week as one of the three highest at the safety position. I thought to myself, ‘Good for him, but even a blind squirrel finds a nut from time to time.’I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge I place little stock in PFF or their rating system. Without going into great detail, there is something about some of their ratings that just don’t pass the old eyeball test. Again, that is only my opinion.This week that same poster is back and this time with renewed vigor. He happily pointed out that Mitchell had been named the AFC Defensive Player of the week. Then he proceeded to go completely off the rails. He howled about how Mitchell was performing at a Pro Bowl level and how the Steelers would rue the day that they released him. He felt Mitchell’s strong performance thus far proved he had indeed played with an injured foot last season, resulting in his subpar play. He even commented that Mitchell was playing for the league minimum this year.First of all, this individual needs to slow his roll. We are talking about two games here. One against the Jets, a game they actually lost. The other against the Buffalo Bills, quite possibly the worst offense in the league. The Bills don’t possess a NFL caliber QB at the moment, and they lost Shady McCoy early in the game. Not taking anything away from Mitchell, but two solid performances doesn’t equate to Pro Bowl level. Maybe Mitchell was trying to play through an injury last year, but how is that the Steelers fault? If you are incapable of upholding your responsibilities on the football field, you owe it to your teammates and yourself to make the trainers aware. Also, what was his excuse for the previous season? One more thing, he was definitely scheduled to earn far more than the league minimum if he played for the Steelers this season. His play on the field in no way resembled his salary. Unless you appreciate tackles made twenty yards down field because you always let your assignment catch the football Youth Stephon Tuitt Jersey , or maybe you enjoy trash talking during-the-play, only to miss the tackle altogether trying to make a knockout hit. I bear no hard feelings toward Mike Mitchell the man, and hopefully he goes on to have a successful season for the Colts, but I haven’t missed Mitchell the player not one little bit.This is far from the first time an excitable fan has over reacted to a strong performance by an ex-Steelers player. Maybe Mitchell had been his favorite Steeler. We all have our favorite players, and sometimes the truth may be hard to visualize through the eyes of love. All any of us can do is try our best to be truthful, and admit our fallacies. You know what they say, the truth will set you free.The same poster came up with a great idea. Why don’t the Steelers just trade Bell to the Cardinals straight up for Patrick Peterson. I rest my case!Steelers vs. Buccaneers: Setting the stage, and picking the winner of this Monday night matchup We’re at the point in the season where the teams that start [insert record] have a [insert percentage] of qualifying for the postseason stories are a ubiquitous part of the NFL news cycle; here’s one, which explains that teams who start 0-3 have about a three percent chance of turning things around and making the playoffs. While the aforementioned study doesn’t take ties into consideration, I think it’s safe to ascertain that teams who are winless—such as a team with, say, an 0-2-1 record—entering Week 4 are in trouble. I guess this is kind of a roundabout way of saying that the Steelers, who tied the Browns (who actually are maybe good?) and lost to the Chiefs (who are absolutely incredibly good) in Weeks 1 and 2,are facing somewhat of a must-win situation against Tampa Bay tonight. In Tampa. Against the 2-0 Bucs. Whose offense is red-hot and whose quarterback is playing out of his mind. Yes, yes, the quarterback. Ryan Fitzpatrick looks like the final boss from the next Far Cry game and has transformed Tampa’s vertical passing attack into arguably the league’s most formidable outfit. [تصویر:  nike_steelers_1842.jpg]

Of course, none of this should come as much of a surprise; the Bucs were trendy Super Bowl contenders last season specifically because of the strength and multidimensionality of their passing attack, and Fitzpatrick has somewhat of a penchant playing really, really well when he’s handed the keys to a new offense. More accurately, Fitzpatrick has always been a gunslinger, and he’s now playing within a system and alongside the personnel that best accentuates his gunslinging attributes. It’s an offense laden with playmakers. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better duo of deep-ball playmakers in the NFL than Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson, and there aren’t many tight ends who can get upfield quicker than O.J. Howard, either. Chris Godwin has emerged as a reliable tertiary receiver, and tight end Cameron Brate Youth Ramon Foster Jersey , who’s amassed 1,200 yards and 14 touchdowns over the past two seasons, hasn’t even been needed this season, having only been targeted twice through two games. And we haven’t mentioned the backfield, which features the highly-underrated Peyton Barber and second-round pick Ronald Jones III. Having to face off against this lot just a week after trying to contain the Chiefs and their overflowing font of offensive firepower isn’t fair. Much like Kansas City, Tampa’s secondary is missing its best player (cornerback Vernon Hargreaves, who will miss the remainder of the 2018 season with a bad shoulder), so, if the Steelers need Ben Roethlisberger to throw 60 passes again, he should find success doing so. Still, there’s a lot to like about Tampa’s defense. Kwon Alexander and Lavonte David are Pro Bowl linebackers, and Gerald McCoy might be the best defensive tackle in the league not named Aaron Donald. Jason Pierre-Paul is here now.What should concern you most about the Bucs is that each of their wins this season have come against 2017 division winners. They nearly hung 50 on the Saints in New Orleans in Week 1 and convincingly dispatched the Super Bowl-winning Eagles in Week 2. This is a remarkable, stunning turn of events. In recognition of the misfortunes that general befall 0-3 teams, experts and laypeople alike wrote the Bucs off the day the schedule was released. This team finished 5-11 last season; hardly anyone could’ve imagined that this group would escape their treacherous early-season stretch against New Orleans, Philly, and Pittsburgh with even a single win, let alone two or three. They should be favored against a Steelers teams that’s failed mightily to live up to its lofty preseason expectations. Prediction: Bucs 30, Steelers 27I hope I’m wrong about this particular game, but I just have a feeling that next week is gonna be when the Steelers finally turn the corner. The Bucs’ vertical passing attack is a major concern, and Pittsburgh’s performance (or lack thereof) against Kansas City provided no assurances that this outfit is capable of abating dynamic playmakers. I’m interested to see how Antonio Brown bounces back (if you can even call it that; the man if coming off a game in which he caught nine passes) after his...controversial...week. I’d recommend finding an online bettor that does prop bets and placing a wager on Roethlisberger’s first completion going to Brown. Also, what could really put the Bucs offense over-the-top is a multitalented workhorse running back. What could really help ease some of Pittsburgh’s defensive woes is a speedy middle linebacker. If the Steelers really are interesting in trading Le’Veon Bell (for whatever it is worth I think this is a very dumb idea, but I don’t get paid to make those kinds of decisions), perhaps they could ask the Bucs if they’d be interested in swapping Alexander for Bell.
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