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 Steelers can do without the drama in second half

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Atlanta Dan

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PostSubject: Steelers can do without the drama in second half   Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:11 am

Amen to this

Steelers can do without the drama in second half

It started with some twerking in the season opener and ended with a player suspension in what figures to be the most important game of the regular season. In between, As The Steelers Turned played on. There was the curious timing of a complaint about hard practices following a convincing home victory that brought the record to 4-1. And there was the weekly Antonio Brown dress code/touchdown celebration drama....

The first half of the season might as well have been sponsored by Procter and Gamble. Am I the only one who wants this show cancelled? ...

Even when the team’s captains try to do something they believe is leading they end up causing some drama. Ben Roethlisberger no doubt was speaking for others when he brought up the practice regimen. But the only thing that knocked practice-gate off the airwaves of local talk radio was a humiliating road loss to the Dolphins.

Last week, defensive captain Cam Hewayrd said “It was just like we quit” following the 27-16 loss to the Patriots*. It’s a rare step for a captain of a professional sports team to suggest his teammates quit, and his coaches had to awkwardly answer questions about it the next day.

But at least Roethlisberger and Heyward had their hearts in the right place. They were trying to lead.

As for Brown? Who knows what his motives are?

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This team, particularly Antonio Brown, needs to drink a steaming cup of STFU and start taking care of business
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