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Well, "Turnover" Tommy took over for Kordell yesterday, and led the Steelers to a controversial win. Is this the end for Kordell Stewart? What are they going to do with this guy? I never thought he was a very good quarterback since he left Colorado. But I don't know what they do with him now. The Steelers already have a converted college quarterback at receiver.



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Slash is not the kind of quarterback that takes over games and can carry a team on his back. In his defense, the Steelers running game this year has been poor at best. Without a running game the Steelers are putting him in a bad situation.



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I really think Kordell needs a change of scenery. I think he can still have a great career somwhere else, kinda like Bledsoe.

Oh and Maddox aint the answer, either....



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Before we write him off, Kordell did have some good years. In 1997 he was flat-out DEADLY. The 1997 AFC Championship loss to the Broncos was basically where his career started to go south. He threw two boneheaded INTs and that was that.



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    Originally posted by rockdotcom_2.0
    I really think Kordell needs a change of scenery. I think he can still have a great career somwhere else, kinda like Bledsoe.

    Oh and Maddox aint the answer, either....



Kordell can always play Wide Receiver,or Punter.



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    Originally posted by CajunMan

      Originally posted by rockdotcom_2.0
      I really think Kordell needs a change of scenery. I think he can still have a great career somwhere else, kinda like Bledsoe.

      Oh and Maddox aint the answer, either....



    Kordell can always play Wide Receiver,or Punter.



Maybe Kordell could revolutionize the Punter position like Deion did for the Cornerback position.





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It's official, they named Maddox the starting QB for Sunday's game.



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Yeah, and its a mistake. Maddox played well, but he also got lucky as shit. If the Cleve Brownies hadn't missed that field goal, he wouldn't be starting right now. Guaran-damn-tee it.



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Unlike 99% of Pittsburgh, I am a Stewart fan. They have to get a running game, and let him open up the field gradually in games. He is still the best QB on the roster, whether anyone wants to admit it or not.



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    Originally posted by Swordsman Yen[quotemidMaybe Kordell could revolutionize the Punter position like Deion did for the Cornerback position.


Wow Deion revolutionized the corner position? I'll be damned. I didn't know NOT TACKLING revolutionized a defensive position. Sanders was a hell of an athlete, but in their prime Deion could not hold the jock of Rod Woodson or Aneus Williams. Not only could they cover people, but they could hit like a linebackers.

Anyway You can count me in the 99% of Blitzburgh Fans who loathe #10. Kordell was fine as Slash, but he is not the type of QB you can ride to Championship. What Pittsburgh needs is a solid pocket passer who has incredible field vision and is able move through his progressions without getting antsy to run.

I like Plaxico and all, but I felt like the Steelers made a mistake not drafting Chad Pennington 3 years ago and taking Burress. Pennington is a kid who is smart and will be a solid NFL QB someday. The Jets got a steal, he may take some knocks this year, but he will be good in the long run for the J-E-T-S Jets, Jets, Jets.

Pittsburgh should throw the rest of it's games this year and draft Byron Leftwich!



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At this point, could it be any worse by trotting Ward or Randle El out there to take snaps? Last time I checked, Kordell was a fine player, but not a good QB.



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Kordell really is a good quarterback. Really. His problem is when he gets rattled, he just starts to fall. Fast. When he has confidence, theres no one I'd rather have in there. When he doesn't...

Well, let me just put it this way. Its a good thing Maddox is starting.



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    Originally posted by chazerizer
    Yeah, and its a mistake. Maddox played well, but he also got lucky as shit. If the Cleve Brownies hadn't missed that field goal, he wouldn't be starting right now. Guaran-damn-tee it.


You know, even though they lost, 250+ yards, 3TDs, 1 INT, 1 FUM and 1 2PT is better than what they've had. They'll win against Cincy.



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Hey, Maddox was on this afternoon... You can't fault him for that loss - that was due to the fact that we somehow have *NO* defense all of a sudden.



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    Originally posted by chazerizer
    Kordell really is a good quarterback. Really. His problem is when he gets rattled, he just starts to fall. Fast. When he has confidence, theres no one I'd rather have in there.


Donavan McNabb
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Jay Fiedler
Jeff Garcia

You would rather have Kordell than any of these players?

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The Tommy Gun looked good under center yesterday. I think we may have found ourselves a Quarterback. The question is now, what the hell happened to our defense? Is Kendrell Bell being out throwing off the whole rhythm and timing of the defense? I wouldn't think so. We stopped the pass okay yesterday, it was the run we seemed to have the most problems with. Take away McAllister's 54 TD run and the Steelers win. Wake up Blitzburgh!



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#18 Posted on

    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    Hey, Maddox was on this afternoon... You can't fault him for that loss - that was due to the fact that we somehow have *NO* defense all of a sudden.


I guess this makes the XFL...uh...less of a joke. Take pride, Mr. McMahon.




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    Originally posted by Teppan-Yaki
    You know, even though they lost, 250+ yards, 3TDs, 1 INT, 1 FUM and 1 2PT is better than what they've had. They'll win against Cincy.


You do realize that doesn't say a whole hell of a lot, right?



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    Originally posted by It's False
    I guess this makes the XFL...uh...less of a joke. Take pride, Mr. McMahon.


Maybe, maybe not. From this weekend's "Inside The NFL" on HBO (sarcasm almost implied):

Cris Collinsworth: Now what has Tommy Maddox done in his career to make you think he's going to come in now, as a starter...
Dan Marino: He's the XFL MVP!
Bob Costas: On that basis, if Tagliabue falters, Vince McMahon should be the Commissioner!

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