Friday, October 22, 2010

Who I like - Miami edition

Credit Mike Tomlin for trying to avoid a distraction with James Harrison by sending him home on Wednesday. But that, apparently, only continued the distraction into Thursday.

That said, the Steelers are a veteran group and should be focused on the task at hand, beating the Miami Dolphins.

Three-game road trips are never easy and that starts this week at Miami.

Getting the first win is the most important thing.

The Steelers will handle Miami's running game and force Chad Henne to beat them. I just don't think he's capable of that.

Pittsburgh will win, 23-16

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think Harrison plays with a chip on his shoulder this week. I look for him to have his best game this season.

Anonymous said...

He could have a good game, but he is going against jake long, so it won't be an easy task

marc said...

didn't jake long do a really good job on harrison last time around?

Steve-O said...

Yes, the guy is a potential future HOFer. Should be a good matchup. I hope Harrison is pissed and sporting for a fight.

Anonymous said...

i hope he dosnt fear a fine. i do love how steeler nation has been sending money to the comish to send a point across. if the nfl keeps on going the direction it is im gonna have to start getting into rugby.

Anonymous said...

Dale, I'm confused by the animosity many Steelers fans have towards Art Rooney II. What do people think of him within the organization and the locker room?

Anonymous said...

What do you mean by distraction?

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Cole99 said...
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Dale Lolley said...

Art II is respected within the organization and locker room.