The League

THE QUESTION

Panic Time?

Two weeks deep, which team(s), if any, should be really worrying?

Posted by Emil Steiner on September 21, 2009 10:00 AM
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jeadpt: There is no reason for the Redskins to panic...since they have no shot at the playoffs, anyway....

sanmateo1850: I bet the Deadskins are wishing they traded Campbell to get Sanchez! LOL!! You think with all of the die-hard Redskins fans in the DC area...

HLBeckPE: Pittsburgh Steelers are in beau-coup trouble. Both games this season were decided by the foot of field goal kicker. Not good. Far from good ...

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kcloverfrank Author Profile Page :

Without question the Chiefs are in more trouble than any other team. Well maybe the Lions but who really cares about the Lions? The Chiefs are a storied franchise that took a risk this off season and it blew up in their faces. You get your chances, but it's time to own up that the Cassell experiment backfired.

peterjstriker Author Profile Page :

Anyone who thinks the Redskins shouldn't panic needs to lay off the Valium and schnapps. A 2 point win against the worst team in football is ugly. Campbell's out by week 4. If JC's job was his credit he would be bankrupt. LaVar Arrington would look better under center.

jeadpt Author Profile Page :

There is no reason for the Redskins to panic...since they have no shot at the playoffs, anyway.

sanmateo1850 Author Profile Page :

I bet the Deadskins are wishing they traded Campbell to get Sanchez! LOL!! You think with all of the die-hard Redskins fans in the DC area, the Owner, and self proclaimed "Redskins fan", would be fed up with they way thing have been going. Maybe the fans can hold a special vote to admonish Danny Boy with his clear disrespect of the organization.

HLBeckPE Author Profile Page :

Pittsburgh Steelers are in beau-coup trouble. Both games this season were decided by the foot of field goal kicker. Not good. Far from good for the defending Super Bowl champs. If kicking the ball is the only factor separating you from victory or loss, then you need to find some talent.

I can only wonder if it's time for Dick Lebeau to move on into the Hall of Fame. And move some of the panting defense into early retirement. A new blood transfusion may well be required.

Finally, it's time for Big Ben to be educated in the lessons of leadership. It's a team sport. Much of the problem can be laid to rest at his feet, flat on his back - failure to bail out in situations when the play is blown.

It's hard to imagine that this is the same team who went the distance and paraded here in the Steel City in February. And if Mike Tomlin doesn't find his magic steel-toed boots and kick some overpaid butt, it's the last winter parade here in Pittsburgh for a long, long.

Thanks much.

HLB, Mt. Lebanon PA

 
 
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