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    Default How will the Steelers do this season ?

    With all the off season troubles we have had, where do you see our Steelers at the end of the season ?

    I think we will be in a fight to go 9-7 this season.

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    Default Re: How will the Steelers do this season ?

    Based on this schedule....

    9-7 is a pretty good bet IMO.... I can see losses to Tenn, Balt (one or the other), Mia, New Orleans, Pats*, Cincinnati (one or the other), and Jets...

    ... But in all honesty, who really knows?... Teams may not live up to expectations, or fall beneath said expectations... Injuries can play a huge role as well... At this point (before camp even starts), it's all a crap shoot...

    Either way, I think we have our work cut out for us... It could be a long season, or a great year... It's just too hard to tell at this point IMO.
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    Default Re: How will the Steelers do this season ?

    Yep, I hear you and I think the same way. How many times I would think we would crush the schedule and make it to the top and then just fade away. The Bill Cowher Super Bowl year I never thought we would make it over the hump. The Tomlin Super Bowl year almost put me in the rubber room with the wild finishes during regular season. I tell you what, those playoff games under Cowher and Tomlin for the Super Bowl wins were just as exciting to me as the Super Bowls.
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    Last week I had to go to Sewickley Heights to give a person an estimate for an exposed aggregate concrete driveway. I get to this huge house and as I am walking up this cobble stone driveway I'm thinking, " why do they need a concrete driveway, this one is beautiful. " Before I rang their doorbell I had to touch their front door. Their front door was so nice, I had to touch it. Anyway this older women answers the door and I interduced myself. She just looked at me and called for, I guess her daughter. This bombshell of a chick comes walking down the spiral staircase and it was all I do not drool over her. She told me they didn't call me and that their address and the neighbors address gets confusing since the mail boxes are so close.
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    I can't even remember the guys name but the lady said to me, your only at the best defensive players house that can actually score points too. She also went onto say he is now going to Ottowa and they are currently packing up the house to move.

    Anyway, I can't remember the players name but his wife is one big knockout.

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    Default Re: How will the Steelers do this season ?

    10-6 or 11-5

    The big game is Oct 1st, Ravens at home. I think we'll be 2-1 going into that game. Win it and we could really have a big year.

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