Saturday, August 28, 2004

Redemption

After the close lose against the Lions, We have redeemed ourselves by not 1 win but by 2. We got back our respect in a matter of a week and it feels alot better to be winning. On a worse note, we had to cut 6 more players towards the final roster...
From sports.yahoo.com
"The Steelers released defensive lineman Anthony Herron, offensive tackle Morgan Pears, fullback Darryl Kennedy, linebacker Nick McNeil, offensive guard Josh Parrish, and safety Janssen Patton.

The cuts leave the Steelers with 78 players on the roster, which must be cut to 71 by Tuesday."

Even though this is a tough part of being on the team, it has to be done. This week they are playing the Carolina Panthers so.. Lets get em' Steelers!!

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

ughh, very close game

Brian St. Pierre almost pulled it off at the last second. Even though we lost, we played a heck of a game at the end of it. I was nearly tearing a hole in my couch from the suspense. In the end, the Lions outplayed us overall and we learned alot of things we need to improve. Now lets get ready for the Texans and win us a game. GO STEELERS!

Tuesday, August 10, 2004

New Season, New Record

Well with last years disappointing season( to say the least) , we are going to want to win one this year. If you guys haven't been keeping up with the NFL draft , here's what happened for the Steelers.
From sports.yahoo.com:


1
11 (11)
Ben Roethlisberge
QB
Miami (Oh)


2
6 (38)
Ricardo Colclough
CB
Tusculum College
(from Atlanta via Indianapolis)

3
12 (75)
Max Starks
OT
Florida


5
13 (145)
Nathaniel Adibi
DE
Virginia Tech


6
12 (177)
Bo Lacy
OT
Arkansas


6
29 (194)
Matt Kranchik
TE
Penn St.
(from St. Louis)

6
32 (197)
Drew Caylor
C
Stanford
(from New England)

7
11 (212)
Eric Taylor
DT
Memphis

Hopefully, the rookies will make a difference, but I guess we will have to wait and see. Go Steelers!