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    Here are the final statistics for our 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers, if anyone is interested...

    http://new.steelers.com/mediacontent...719_116900.pdf
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    Just some things that stand out to me:

    Ben is an accurate son-of-a-gun for guy that plays "sandlot" football
    Gay and Clark had to make way too many tackles
    135 points given up in the 4th quarter is way too many.
    Polamalu led the team in interceptions and only played three complete games and parts of two others
    The Steelers won the time of possession battle by 5 minutes

    It's hard to believe that they ended up 9-7, this season will always remain a mystery to me and pinpointing the specific reasons for its disappointing conclusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papillon View Post
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    Just some things that stand out to me:

    Ben is an accurate son-of-a-gun for guy that plays "sandlot" football
    Gay and Clark had to make way too many tackles
    135 points given up in the 4th quarter is way too many.
    Polamalu led the team in interceptions and only played three complete games and parts of two others
    The Steelers won the time of possession battle by 5 minutes

    It's hard to believe that they ended up 9-7, this season will always remain a mystery to me and pinpointing the specific reasons for its disappointing conclusion.

    Papillon
    Gays tackles should be expected, he can't defend the pass, so it is...catch and tackle.

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    To me the most interesting statistic was the attendance for the Green Bay game. This game was following a 5 game losing streak and the total attendance was 57,452 versus the 65,597 that attended the Minnesota game! Our fans want everyone in the nation to know we are the most loyal to our team. Just how loyal are we?
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    For some reason I'm surprised to see Timmons with 7 sacks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by First off, love the show View Post
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    To me the most interesting statistic was the attendance for the Green Bay game. This game was following a 5 game losing streak and the total attendance was 57,452 versus the 65,597 that attended the Minnesota game! Our fans want everyone in the nation to know we are the most loyal to our team. Just how loyal are we?
    Correct me if i am wrong wasn't the area or surrounding area dumped on with snow that weekend? That could have effected attendance.

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