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Old 11-30-2012, 10:07 AM
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Explaination #3: Todd Haley

And I'll give you a few other words to help you understand the 3rd explaination..... Heath Miller..... Run game..... Goal line formations that make Heath Miller and the run game a focal point.....

If my hints were too vague, let me know. But seriously, they're not exactly subtle Dr. Lector hints....
They hired haley in february yet they re-signed brown in july. They mustve gotten an idea on how haley planned to run his offense by then. I dont understand why the steelers would drop all that money on a guy like brown who already had trouble getting TD's if they knew he was gonna be completely taken out of the game plan in the red zone.
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They hired haley in february yet they re-signed brown in july. They mustve gotten an idea on how haley planned to run his offense by then. I dont understand why the steelers would drop all that money on a guy like brown who already had trouble getting TD's if they knew he was gonna be completely taken out of the game plan in the red zone.
He's the #2 becuase Wallace was the #1. Although after this year it has been very evident that Brown is a much more natural reciever than Wallace. And let's not forget Brown got his offer after Wallce turned his down. If Wallace held out games this year or if he is not here next year, guess who will get more redzone snaps.

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He's the #2 becuase Wallace was the #1. Although after this year it has been very evident that Brown is a much more natural reciever than Wallace. And let's not forget Brown got his offer after Wallce turned his down. If Wallace held out games this year or if he is not here next year, guess who will get more redzone snaps.
Funny i also thought #2 was brown....
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He's the #2 becuase Wallace was the #1. Although after this year it has been very evident that Brown is a much more natural reciever than Wallace. And let's not forget Brown got his offer after Wallce turned his down. If Wallace held out games this year or if he is not here next year, guess who will get more redzone snaps.
According to you, it will be heath miller and the run game. Which still leaves brown out. If wallace isnt in pittsburgh next year, who will help keep opposing defenses honest? Cotchery? Sanders? I dont think so

I just dont see how brown will all of a sudden turn into a TD making machine especially if heath miller and the run game continue to get the majority of the focus in the red zone(based on what you said about haley's offense) and if there is no wallace to help.
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According to you, it will be heath miller and the run game. Which still leaves brown out. If wallace isnt in pittsburgh next year, who will help keep opposing defenses honest? Cotchery? Sanders? I dont think so

I just dont see how brown will all of a sudden turn into a TD making machine especially if heath miller and the run game continue to get the majority of the focus in the red zone(based on what you said about haley's offense) and if there is no wallace to help.
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According to you, it will be heath miller and the run game. Which still leaves brown out. If wallace isnt in pittsburgh next year, who will help keep opposing defenses honest? Cotchery? Sanders? I dont think so

I just dont see how brown will all of a sudden turn into a TD making machine especially if heath miller and the run game continue to get the majority of the focus in the red zone(based on what you said about haley's offense) and if there is no wallace to help.
lol. Are you not getting it on purpose?
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